PMA Show - Samsung proudly introduces the 10 megapixel EX1 (also known as Samsung TL500 in the United States), a high-end compact digital camera designed specifically for today’s advanced and enthusiast photographers. The new flagship of the company’s compact digital camera family, the Samsung EX1 incorporates a range of advanced features, including a high-performance imaging sensor and one of the most impressive lenses ever found on a compact camera - a 24mm ultra-wide angle Schneider Kreuznach, f/1.8. The high-end Schneider lens offers a 24mm, ultra-wide focal length and 3x optical zoom. Much wider than traditional compact cameras, the 24mm lens allows photographers to capture more of a desired scene, such as beautiful landscapes and large groups of friends or family.
PMA Show news - Samsung unveils the WB2000 (also known as Samsung TL350 in the United States) - a high-speed, 10 mega-pixel CMOS sensor compact camera with 1080P, full-HD video recording. With a maximum video recording speed of 1,000 frames-per-second (fps) and a burst mode capable of capturing 10 full-size digital stills per second, the Samsung WB2000 takes high-speed imaging to a new level for today’s consumer. Additionally, the Samsung WB2000 enhances the digital imaging experience with Samsung’s Advanced Panorama Shot with Object Tracking as well as an innovative Dual Capture mode, which allows users to simultaneously take 10 mega-pixel still images while recording full-HD videos.
PMA 2010 News - Don’t leave those precious memories stuck inside your digital camera. Share them in style with this season’s latest collection of digital photo frames from Sony. Offering a stunning combination of luxurious looks and dazzling picture quality, S-Frame by Sony stands apart from other digital photo frames. Six new S-Frame models for 2010 range from the flagship X85 with breathtaking image quality to the value-packed Sony E75 and E73 that make an ideal gift for someone special. Every new photo frame from Sony comes supplied with a handy remote for controlling slideshow and other display functions from anywhere in the room.
PMA 2010 News - The Sigma Corporation is pleased to announce the new Sigma SD15 Digital SLR camera. This camera is the latest model in Sigma’s SD series. Powered by the 14 megapixel Foveon X3 direct image sensor it can capture all primary RGB colors at each and every pixel location arranged in three layers. The new Sigma SD15 SLR camera incorporates the “TRUE II” image processing engine which processes the large amount of data from the 14 megapixel direct image sensor. It also provides high resolution power and reproduces high definition images with impressive three-dimensional detail, rich in gradation. The Sigma camera adopts the SD card and incorporates a highly visible 3.0 inch LCD monitor, 77-Segment AE sensor and AFE (Analog Front End).
PMA Show 2010 - The Sigma Corporation is pleased to announce the new Sigma DP2s compact digital camera featuring a 14 megapixel FOVEON X3 direct image sensor (2,652× 1,768× 3 layers). The Sigma DP2s is the successor to the DP2 which was introduced to market in April 2009 and incorporates a new AF algorithm, a Power Save Mode and a new rear design. The new AF algorithm provides high speed auto focusing, ensuring convenient shooting. The Power Save Mode lowers the battery consumption. When this mode is enabled, a greater number of pictures can be taken with a single charge of the battery. The new rear design aids quick recognition of the controls. The addition of red markings has been used to enable easier operation of the cameras controls.
PMA Show - The Sigma Corporation is pleased to announce the new Sigma DP1x compact digital camera, incorporating a “TRUE II” image processing engine, as used in the Sigma DP2 and SD15 digital SLR. In March 2008, Sigma introduced a high-end compact digital camera with the concept of “A new compact digital camera featuring the same technology as an SLR”. The Sigma DP1 featured the same large image sensor as Sigma’s digital SLR cameras. The Sigma DP1 has established a strong following from a wide range of photographers, both amateur and professional. The Sigma DP2 was then launched in April 2009. After the launch of the DP2 camera, users could continue to enjoy the image quality of the DP1 for wide focal length photography and also take advantage of the DP2’s standard focal length.
PMA Show news - The Sigma Corporation is pleased to announce the new Sigma 85mm F1.4 EX DG HSM. This large aperture medium telephoto lens optimized for use with digital SLR cameras features a focal length of 85mm, ensuring a natural perspective. The large aperture of F1.4 is especially ideal for portrait and low light photography. When used on digital cameras with an APS-C size image sensor, the Sigma 85mm lens effectively becomes a 127.5mm F1.4 lens. One SLD (Special Low Dispersion) glass element and one glass mold element give excellent correction for all types of aberrations and ensure superior optical performance. The Sigma 85mm lens is equipped with a rear focus system that minimizes fluctuation of aberration caused by focusing.
PMA 2010 - The Sigma Corporation is pleased to announce the new Sigma APO 50-500mm F4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM lens. This is a 10x high zoom ratio ultra telephoto zoom lens incorporating Sigma’s original Optical Stabilizer function. The Sigma 50-500mm lens covers a wide range of focal lengths from 50mm to 500mm ultra telephoto. The OS (Optical Stabilizer) function offers the use of shutter speeds approximately 4 stops slower than would otherwise be possible. For Sony and Pentax mount, the built-in OS function of this lens can be used even if the camera body is equipped with an image sensor shift anti-shake system. As compensation for camera shake is visible in the view finder, the photographer can easily check for accurate focus and ensure there is no subject movement.