Samsung recently announced the i8510: an amazing 8.0 Megapixel Cameraphone! Also known as INNOV8, the Samsung i8510 will launch in August for Europe and in September for the rest of the world. The Samsung i8510 proudly features HSDPA 7.2 Mbps (900/2100), EDGE / GPRS (850/900/1800/1900), Symbian OS V9.3, a 2.8-inch VGA 16M TFT LCD screen, a 8MP CMOS with Auto Flash and Dual Power LED, Image Stabilizion, Face Detecting Software, and Auto-Panorama Shot. There are also included media players, A-GPS, and FM Radio with RDS. The i8510 can support up to 510 minutes of talk time and up to 310 hours of standby. Read more here!
Nikon’s D700 is a new, high-powered DSLR geared towards the prosumer market (especially with its $2,999 pricetag). Serious photographers will drool over this camera: it comes with a 12.1 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor with Nikon’s EXPEED image processing technology, ISO sensitivity of up to 6400, continuous 5fps shooting, a 3 inch VGA colour monitor with 170 degree viewing capabilities, a tough magnesium body, two living shooting modes, Dynamic Integrated Dust Reduction System, Nikon’s Scene Recognition System, and built-in flash. To see the D700′s product page, click here!
Casio’s 8.1 Megapixel EXILIM Zoom Ex-Z9 boasts a 2.6 inch LCD screen, face detection technology, anti-shake DSP, 3x optical zoom, 18.6 mb of internal memory, video mode (at 848 x 480 pixels), an SD/SDHC/MMC expansion slot, and a rechargable Li-on battery. Marketed as a beginner’s phone, the Casio Ex-Z9 also comes with 23 “Best Shot” Modes for photo taking. And as an added bonus, the Casio Ex-Z9 is available in four fantastic colours! The Casio Ex-Z9 will be available at the end of March for approximately $160. For more information, click here.
Well, I do believe Samsung just launched the world’s first 10 megapixel cameraphone.
Samsung’s SCH-B600 sports 3x optical, 5x digital zoom, as well as DMB Mobile TV, a MP3 player, business card reader, LED autofocus, Bluetooth, Ev-Do, Video Recording at 15-30 fps, and a MMCmicro memory expansion slot. And the B600 can be yours for 900,000 won in Korea, or $900 USD.
Well, would you look at that! It’s a handy 3 megapixel key chain camera!