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March 23, 2007

Flash/No Flash Comparison Digital Camera

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Nicely done.

From the website:

    Flash/No-Flash Comparison Digital Camera

    This 6.3 megapixel digital camera takes two pictures milliseconds apart — one without flash and one with — and places them side-by-side on the camera's screen so you can instantly compare them for clarity and proper lighting, eliminating the need to remember to enable or disable your flash.

    Once a picture is taken, the camera's 2-1/2" thin-film transistor LCD provides clear, 230,000-pixel pictures of both images together so you can easily see details in your subject.

    Its high-resolution image sensor gives it a 2000 ISO rating that provides faster shutter speeds for action shots and sharper pictures, especially in low light conditions.

    The camera has a picture stabilization button that corrects camera shake, resulting in blur-free shots every time.

    In addition to 3X optical zoom and a USB port for downloading pictures to a computer, the camera can also capture video at 640x480 resolution at 30 frames-per-second.

    It has 10 MB of internal memory, and accepts SD-Picture Card memory cards that allow you to easily take your pictures to a developer for large prints or portraits, and the internal rechargeable lithium battery can power the camera for up to 300 shots before recharge.

    3-1/2"L x 2-1/4"W x 1"D.

    5-1/4 oz.

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$229.95.

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Always tickles me when advertising copy says things like "thin-film transistor LCD" when they mean "display". Someone in an office somewhere thinks it's important that it's a "thin-film transistor LCD" when in reality, they're all "thin-film transistor LCD"s so it's redundant.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Mar 23, 2007 8:01:37 PM

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