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We reviewed three of the more popular 'pocket printers,' the Canon Ivy, Fujifilm Instax Share and Polaroid ZIP. Here's the one we recommend...
CES 2002: Sony has today announced two new Mavica "Dual-Media" digital cameras. The 1.2 megapixel FD100 and 2.1 megapixel FD200 can take either 3.5" Floppy disks (yes, still) or Memory Stick flash media. Both cameras have a 3x optical zoom lens and InfoLithium batteries and USB connectivity. The FD100 has an expected retail price of $400, the FD200 a price of $500.
New Cameras Leverage Benefits of Standard Floppy Disk and Flash Media
LAS VEGAS (CES, Booth #N109-N114), Jan. 7, 2002 - To bolster its market-leading FD Mavica® camera line, Sony Electronics introduced two versatile new digital still cameras today, the MVC-FD100 and MVC-FD200 models. Both offer the flexibility of the dual-media concept by recording directly to both Memory Stick® flash media and a 3.5-inch standard floppy disk. Designed to leverage the benefits of both media, the new cameras are functional and practical for numerous consumer and business applications.
"It's like having a PC with image management capability built right into your camera," said Takashi Kondo, senior vice president of the Digital Imaging Products Division at Sony Electronics. "By choosing and selecting the media they record to, then transferring images between the two media, consumers can determine exactly which images to keep on the higher-capacity Memory Stick media and which ones to copy onto a universal floppy disk for sharing."
High Resolution in a Compact Chassis
With a slimmed-down frame, the MVC-FD200 model is Sony's smallest FD Mavica camera to date. Quality 4" x 6" prints can be made with the images captured by the camera's 2.0 effective megapixels (2.1 megapixel gross CCD), 3X optical zoom, 12-bit processor and intelligent flash with red eye reduction. The camera also offers MPEG movie video mode, ClipMotion animated GIF mode for special effects, video and USB outputs and Sony's AccuPower® meter and InfoLithium® battery system for maximum shooting time. This camera will be available in February for about $500.
Getting a Grip on Digital Images
The 1.2 effective megapixel (1.3 megapixel gross CCD) MVC-FD100 camera also bears a new, streamlined shape with a reinforced rubber grip for better handling. Capturing still images is made easy with a 3X optical zoom, hi-speed auto focus, intelligent flash and the up-to-the-minute display of remaining battery time. Also available in February, this model will cost about $400.
An Imaging Institution
By recording images to universally recognized media, Kondo said that the floppy-disk-based FD Mavica line has played an important role in Sony's digital still camera business growth, and in the development of the entire digital imaging industry. According to National Panel Data of Port Washington, NY, the continuing MVC-FD75 model has led the U.S. market in sales and units sold, throughout the past 21 months.
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Following testing of the Panasonic Lumix DC-LX100 II, we've added it to our Pocketable Enthusiast Compact Cameras buying guide as joint-winner, alongside Sony's Cyber-shot RX100 VA.
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What's the best camera for under $500? These entry level cameras should be easy to use, offer good image quality and easily connect with a smartphone for sharing. In this buying guide we've rounded up all the current interchangeable lens cameras costing less than $500 and recommended the best.
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We don't often get excited about $900 cameras, but the Fujifilm X-T30 has really impressed us thus far. Find out what's new, what it's like to use and how it compares to its peers in our review in progress.
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Get a closer look at Canon's second full-frame mirrorless body and its unique combination of features, capability and price point.
Canon has unveiled its second full-frame mirrorless camera: the entry-level EOS RP. Touting its compact size and approachability for beginners, the RP uses a 26.2MP sensor and will sell for $1300 body-only this March.
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Nikon has taken the wraps off a new standard zoom lens for mirrorless, the Z 24-70mm F2.8 Z. The new 24-70mm has been on Nikon's Z-series roadmap since the mount was announced last August, and it will ship in spring for $2299.
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Nikon has announced more details of firmware in development for the Z6 and Z7. As previously reported, firmware is being planned that will add Eye-detection AF, CFexpress support and Raw video over HDMI.
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The new Galaxy S10 front camera will adopt several technologies that are already commonplace on many smartphone main cameras.
The Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-200mm F3.5-6.3 is a weather-sealed 24-400mm equiv. zoom for Micro Four Thirds and will go on sale in March for $900.
We put a pre-production version of Olympus' versatile new zoom through its paces.