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Leaf AFi 10 Camera 56 Megapixels

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The Leaf AFi 10 medium format camera falls in the middle of the war over sensor-size with a 56×36mm TWF sensor that cranks out a 56 megapixel resolution across the entire width of the 6×6 sensor area.

This camera is the digital equivalent of what’s called “medium format” in film photography. That format gives you a 350% larger negative for higher resolution and finer detail.

‘True Wide Frame’ sensor
The new Leaf True Wide Frame sensor restores lenses to their full angle of view. Together with DALSA Corporation, Leaf designed the exclusive new 56×36 mm True Wide Frame sensor to deliver 56 megapixel resolution across the entire width of the Leaf AFi 10’s 6×6 sensor area. TWF sensor technology in the Leaf AFi 10 imaging module and Aptus 10 camera back is also compatible with over 80 large-format cameras, maximizing their capture area.



0 comment filed    6:50 am    August 3rd, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Hasselblad 50 megapixel H3DII-50

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Hasselblad(www.hasselblad.com) announced that they will launch its new DSLR camera ‘H3DII-50′ equipped with 50-megapixel CCD sensor from Kodak. Supporting a 3-inch display and ISO 400, the H3DII-50 is expected to be available in October.

It has been specially designed to meet the most exacting demands of high-end commercial photographers who require the ultimate in both image quality and performance.

H3DII-50 features a 36 X 48mm Kodak sensor twice the size of other full-frame DSLR sensors that generates 300MB files at 1FPS.



0 comment filed    6:45 am    July 10th, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Rolleiflex MiniDigi AF 5.0

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Very cool digital camera from Rolleiflex, awesome classic styling. The MiniDigi AF 5.0 is a three-inch high, fully functional digicam replica of the original classic twin reflex camera.

Rolleiflex introduced the original MiniDigi in 2006, but it quickly sold out. The new MiniDigi AF 5.0, which is is available with a red or black casing, has been given some significant performance upgrades, including a 5 MB image file from a 3MP CMOS sensor, autofocus, and a very clear 1.1 inch TFT monitor, located at the top of the camera as it is on the full-sized Rolleiflex TLR.



0 comment filed    12:18 pm    March 23rd, 2008     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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SolarRolls™

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Our drive and desire to pioneer a line of rugged power sources led to the introduction of the first flexible solar panel, the SolarRoll. Since then, the evolution of this concept has flourished. Backed by glowing reviews in every major magazine and newspaper in this country and others, the SolarRoll has officially taken its place as one of our most talked about products. The proof, though, is in the remarkable performance. The waterproof SolarRoll has given sea kayakers the power to photograph their voyages from the far reaches of the planet. And next spring, it will assist Ed Viesturs in his final summit, Annapurna, as he polishes off the last peak of Endeavor 8000. Ideal for powering satellite phones, members of expeditions worldwide pack the SolarRoll in place of expensive extra batteries that don’t offer much relief in the form of weight. We realize however, that not everyone is defying the ordinary. Some of us simply need the SolarRoll for charging our car battery or running our video camera. With this in mind, we’re offering alternative sizes and outputs this year to accommodate the growing demand for our most popular solar panel.



0 comment filed    7:53 am    November 28th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Hasselblad H3D II Camera Full Review And Specification

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Hasselblad’s H3D line of products achieve a new level of digital maturity and integration with the launch of the H3D-II, the fourth iteration of the camera system and one that can now justifiably lay claim to be the world’s finest digital SLR camera. Offering unsurpassed image quality delivered through an outstanding combination of hardware, software and lenses, the H3D-II is the clear leader in the high-end DSLR category, now a recognized segment of the photographic market. The H3D-II is available immediately worldwide through Hasselblad’s national subsidiaries and channel partners with a retail price of 26.500€ for the H3D-39II, 21.500€ for the H3D-31II, and 17.900€ for the H3D-22II, excluding tax.



0 comment filed    7:22 am    September 20th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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VPC-E1 : The new waterproof SANYO Xacti E1 camcorder!

VPC-E1 : The new waterproof SANYO Xacti E1 camcorder! » image 1

The new waterproof SANYO Xacti E1 captures stunning digital video and beautiful 6MP photos…on land and underwater!

* Waterproof digital camcorder
* 6 Megapixel still photos
* 5x Optical zoom
* 2.5-Inch LCD display
* Up to 1hr. 20min. digital video per 1GB memory card

Practically four cameras in one, the Xacti E1 allows you to shoot both photos and video at a park, birthday party or virtually anywhere else on dry land. And, when the opportunity presents itself, also shoot both photos and video while snorkeling or while just playing around in a swimming pool. This powerful little camcorder easily records both full 640×480 resolution video at 30 frames-per-second and high-resolution 6-megapixel digital still images, all of which are handily stored to a standard SD or SDHC flash memory card (sold separately).



0 comment filed    8:03 am    June 9th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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Camera Stabilising Bag

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f you?re a keen photographer and about to head off on the travel adventure of a lifetime, why not leave that heavy, awkward tripod behind! Travel light with the ingenious Camera Stabilising Bag (CBS) ? the new ?must have? accessory in the photographic world!

The CSB gives you all the benefits of a regular tripod without the size and weight! Capture a stunning sunset, perfect that personal portrait or sharpen those night shots with this amazingly lightweight piece of camera kit. With lens support like this, you?ll have a safe platform for even the longest zoom lens but without the worry of your camera slipping or moving like you might expect with some of the more lightweight tripods.



0 comment filed    9:14 pm    February 20th, 2007     posted by : Mehdi    Permalink   RSS
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