PMA 2010 Report
PMA 2010 - Designed in fascinating detail and with a sophisticated stylish format the new Digital Classic Camera Minox DCC 5.1 is a true example of first-class German engineering from the fifties. Devotees of timeless elegance and precision mechanics will find it hard to resist the amazing look and feel of the camera. This small ingenious masterpiece in a scale of 1:3 is no ordinary digital camera and quietly reflects its owner’s confidence in style. The new Minox DCC 5.1 will be available from specialist dealers from February 2010.
With dimensions of only 89.4 x 60 x 26 mm, the Minox DC 7011 boasts an ultra slim and trendy design. With a resolution up to 7 Megapixels the new Minox DC7011 ranks in the top league of ultra compact digital cameras. A 3x optical Minoctar zoom with a special coating, a large 2.5-inch LCD monitor set in a compact housing provide a modern up-to-date camera that is capable of capturing every day moments. The Minox DC 7011 fits in almost any purse or pocket. Because of its compact dimensions the Minox 7011 slim is "pocket friendly". Included with the new Minox camera are two AA format batteries, a strap, case, USB and Video Cable and a user-friendly manual. At this moment there is no estimated price mentioned.
Minox in Las Vegas - Two full-featured, high-quality, high-power binoculars for price-conscious outdoor enthusiasts are being introduced by Minox USA at the PMA 2007 Show. They are the BV 8x42 and BV 10x42. Designed and engineered in Germany, these binoculars sell at breakthrough pricing, under $360. Proving that excellence is affordable and using many of the renowned design features and functions of the latest Minox sport optics, these new models are ideal universal tools, whether it's for travel, hunting, observing nature or attending an event. By using multi-coated lens elements, the Minox optical system provides exceptionally high light-transmission and excellent color brilliance, and reduces glare to a minimum. Superior detail rendition and contrast are benefits from roof prisms with phase-correction coating.