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JXD A16 features 5.0MP camera, supports DC and DV. 4.3 inch TFT touch screen, 480×272 pixels, comes with TV-output and FM radio function. FLASH8.0 or less files supported. 4GB memory onboard, support TF memory card. Compatible with RMVB、RM、AVI、VOB、DAT、MPG、FLV, 1280x720p playback. Build in games, support sensor games, touch games and keypad games, support GBA、GBC、GB、NES、SMD、SMC、BIN、SWF formats. It is made from ABS+PC material, slim body, just only 9.8mm. Build in Li-battery, audio output for 12 hours, video output for 6 hours (earphone).
JXD A16 MP6 Player Features:
- Made from ABS+PC material, slim body, just only 9.8mm
- 4.3 inch TFT touch scree, AU screen
- Support sensor games, touch games and keypad games
- 5.0MP camera built in, DV and DC support
- Support RMVB、RM、AVI、MPG、FLV、3GP、MP4、ASF、WAV video files, 1280x720p video playback
- Build in games, support games download, support GBA、GBC、GB、NES、SMD、SMC、BIN、SWF formats
- Support FLASH8.0 or less files
- TV out interface
- TF memory card slot to expand its capacity
- Other function: FM, Voice record, Time display, clock, calendar
- Build in Li-battery, audio output for 12 hours, video output for 6 hours（earphone）
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Regardless of its ability to present a 3D image without glasses, we just weren’t very impressed with Sharp’s 10.6-inch display at the IFA show. That’s not to say that its parallax barrier technology doesn’t perform well at smaller sizes, like say, oh, the Ninentdo 3DS. In fact, Sharp’s 3.8-inch switchable 3D (400 x 480) / 2D (800 x 480) display did a decent job of tricking our eyes into seeing a 3D image by exposing different pixels to each eye though tiny slits placed in front of a normal LCD. What we didn’t see, though, was this smartphone-looking prototype (lacking radios, unfortunately) that combines that 3.8-inch parallax barrier panel with Sharp’s twin-lens 3D camera module. So unlike some other 3D prototype cameras we’ve seen, Sharp’s pup will present the 720p/30fps video in 3D immediately after taking the snap — no special glasses required. Of course, with Sharp promising a 3D cameraphone before the end of the year, well, you’ve now got a pretty good idea how it will look. Backside, front, after the break.
Camera releases are somewhat a by-the-numbers thing with so many different variations being released by numerous companies throughout the year. Samsung‘s pair here does have some interesting standout features, but one at a time. The 14.2 megapixel ST80 point-and-shoot boasts WiFi capabilities for email / direct upload of images (DLNA supported, to boot). It’s also got 3x optical zoom, a 3-inch WQVGA touchscreen, 720p 30fps H.264 video recording, and Sammy’s “Smart Crop” feature for taking angled shots and “straightening them up” (i.e. a banner that is fixed to look straight on). This one’s due out September 2010 for a penny under $250. Then there’s the HMX-E10 pocket camcorder with an impressive 270-degree swiveling lens and 1920 x 1080 30p H.264 HD video recording. That touchscreen you see is a 2.7-inch LCD, the lens has 2x digital zoom, connectivity is HDMI and USB (also used for charging), and release details are September as well, for $199.99. You know the drill: product shots are below, press releases after the break.
During the year of 2009, Apple launched iPod Nano 5th with camera. Philips also produces this player with camera – CAM. Better than iPod Nano 5th, Philips CAM support longer time to record with 4GB memory onboard and MicroSD memory card. 2x zoom and 2.0MP camera, support 1600×1200 pictures shots and 640×480@30fps video recording with sound. Philips CAM also follows Philips GoGear series MP4 players, adopts FullSound technology, provides enhanced MP3 sound quality. Other features include TV-output, FM radio and FM voice record, picture browse etc.
Think Sony would be happy with just making its latest shooter waterproof and calling it a day? Not a chance. Early information on this as yet unannounced compact indicates a 10fps burst mode, 4x optical zoom with optical image stabilization, an intriguing image stacking mode for reduced noise in high ISO shots, and full 1080p MPEG-4 movie recording. 1080i / 60fps AVCHD video is also possible, apparently, and if recent trends are continued the DSC-TX5 will also be able to store media on SD cards. Hallelujah. You’ll find a couple more water-soaked images after the break, and the official launch is expected to take place at PMA 2010.
Despite the distant memory that is film for most people, most DSLRs have plenty in common with their film-based ancestors, at least when it comes to form factor. Not this Nova DSLR concept. Conceived by Erin Fong, the idea is to allow for all sorts of hand holds thanks to the dual movable arms, and the controls at the fingertips seems surprisingly convenient. We’re sure there are all sorts of technical limitations holding something like this back, but after suffering severe kitted-out DSLR fatigue on multiple occasions, we could really get into something that makes a bit better use of how we regularly hold our non-imaging devices. Now if someone would just clean that lens already!