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[filmscanners] Re: Digital Cameras coming down to earth

  • To: lexa@lexa.ru
  • Subject: [filmscanners] Re: Digital Cameras coming down to earth
  • From: "" <focus@adnc.com>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 10:32:51 -0700
  • Organization: Focus Marketing
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And slated for November release is the 8 megapixel Sony 828 in the $1300 range. 
That may be
enough to obsolete my 2.5-year-old Olympus E-10, but I'll still be shooting my 
Zorki and 35-year-old Mamiya Press!

Arthur Entlich wrote:

> Yeah, I know, this is a filmscanner group.  But maybe others are
> interested in how the Digicam market is playing out these days since
> there aren't a heck of a lot of big announcements coming out it the film
> scanner market.
> Gateway has just released a 5 megapixel 3X optical zoom "rangefinder"
> camera.  So what?  Well, it is selling direct for $399 US, that's what.
> For more info check the link below.
> http://eletters.wnn.ziffdavis.com/zd/cts?d=75-67-1-1-56644-2875-1
> Minolta has introduced a one piece $1200 US camera with image
> stabilization and a 7X optical zoom.  It uses motors which move the
> image sensor rather than lens elements to compensate for camera shake.
> For more info, see below:
> http://eletters.wnn.ziffdavis.com/zd/cts?d=75-67-1-1-56644-2878-1
> Art

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