LetsGoDigital - CES 2003 - Show Report - Argus announces their Digital Camera news at the CES show
Argus announces their Digital Camera news at the CES show
Argus, also present at the CES show, is a provider of 35mm, APS and digital cameras. Argus today announced the first 5 Megapixel camera to break the $500 price barrier. This camera, the DC-3810, is now available for $499,95 which is far less then competitor's prices, according to Argus. According to Argus the DC-3810 has all the features consumers should expect from a high-end 5.2 Mega Pixel digital camera with CCD. It includes 3X optical zoom, a multi-function strobe flash, a self-timer, a 1.8-inch color LCD screen, auto-focus capability, 16MB internal memory, TV out, and USB interface.
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Next to this price break Argus announces some new digital camera models. The PDA-1500 is the first Megapixel CF camera, offering 1.3 Megapixels. It has a rotary head and an optical viewfinder, is WinCE 3.0 or Pocket PC 2002 compatible, and fits into the compact card slot of a pocket PC. The PDA-1500 has a suggested retail price in the U.S. of $149.95. The DC-1540 3-in-1 digital camera can be used as a digital camera, a PC cam or a video camera and then can be folded up to fit in a pocket or purse. It offers two megabytes of internal memory and the convenience of USB plug and play compatibility. Designed to be truly portable, the DC-1540 uses two AAA batteries enabling the taking of up to 80 pictures with a resolution of 352x288 pixels while away from the computer. It also features a self-timer, the ability to power off after being idle for 30 seconds and a frame rate of 25 frames per second for transmitting video images. Plus it comes with a comprehensive software package from ArcSoft. The DC-1540 has a suggested retail price in the U.S. of $34.99.
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The SL-2660 and SL-2650 give consumers the functionality of a digital still camera, a video cam, a PC cam, and a security cam all in one package. They offer 1.3 megapixels, 16 MB flash memory, a strobe flash, and a rechargeable li-ion battery. The Sl-2660 also has a 1.3-inch TFT display on the back of the camera. The SL-2660 has a suggested retail price in the U.S. of $169.99 and the SL-2650 of $149.99. The ST line of 4-in-1 digital cameras provide a digital still, video still, web cam and security cam all in one. ST-2520includes 1.3 megapixels and 8MB memory at a suggested retail price of $139.95, ST2550 includes 2.1 megapixels and 16MB memory at a suggested retail price of $249.95). AAA batteries are included in each camera package. The USB-1810 is the smallest digital camera available with no drivers, no cables and no slot. This necklace CAM offers a 350K VGA (640X480 resolution) digital camera and memory stick, a deluxe metal body, 32MB flash memory and a rechargeable Li-ion battery The USB-1810 has a suggested retail price of $99.95 and making its debut at the CES show the USB-1800 is a 4-in-1 camera: a digital camera, a PC cam, a video camera and an internal USB port. Offering 16MB of internal memory, the USB-1800 can also be used as a storage device for documents and large data files. The USB-1800 has a suggested retail price in the U.S. of $99.95.
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