Minolta US has today confirmed that the DiMAGE E201 will be released in America at a price of $299. This entry level digital camera has a fixed focal length lens (38 mm equiv.) and 2.3 megapixel CCD features a movie clip mode and has CompactFlash storage (Type I only). The E201 was initially announced back in May this year but at that time wasn't at that time destined for the US market.
Minolta DiMAGE E201 Compact Digital Camera Offers High-Quality and Compact Design at Affordable Price
2.3-Megapixel Digital Camera offers Easy Operation and Attractive Styling
Ramsey, New Jersey (August 20, 2001) - Minolta Corporation expands its digital camera line-up into the popular-price segment with the introduction of the new Minolta DiMAGE E201, a superb quality entry-level model based on the highly-regarded DiMAGE 2300. While retaining the ease-of-use and stylish design of its predecessor, the DiMAGE E201 includes a new movie recording feature, a responsive new microprocessor, and simplified computer connectivity.
"We're pleased to offer a high quality, high resolution DiMAGE digital camera at a very affordable price," said Jon Sienkiewicz, vice president of digital imaging products for Minolta Corporation's Consumer Products Group. "The DiMAGE E201 offers great styling, fast operation, and excellent imaging quality - everything a consumer would expect from a Minolta camera."
Simply press the shutter button, and the Minolta DiMAGE E201 will deliver
impressive, crisp, detailed images. The camera boasts a 2.3 million-pixel
CCD*, and quality optics with aspheric elements. A new responsive processor
powers the DiMAGE E201. The carefree operation comes from the camera's
automatic control over focus, exposure, white balance, and flash. Although
some people may be intimidated by digital technology, the camera-like
controls will be familiar to all users. With all of its sophisticated
automation, the DiMAGE E201 still allows users control over exposure,
white balance, image quality, and image size. It is a fun and flexible
camera bursting with features such as movie recording and a 2x digital
*Total number of pixels
Effortless image capture is complemented by simple in-camera viewing and editing. Transferring images to a personal computer is easy using the provided USB cable, with the camera acting as a mass-storage device. Simply install the bundled Adobe PhotoDeluxe® software to retouch and manipulate images to create impressive presentations limited only by imagination: web pages, personalized calendars, postcards, etc.
"With high-quality images, effortless operation, and simple PC connection, the DiMAGE E201 is an ideal compact digital camera for entry-level users, and those who care about quality and value," Sienkiewicz added. "And its affordable price makes it as easy to own as it is to use."
The DiMAGE E201 will be available to consumers in September 2001 with an estimated street price of $299.
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