Likened to a "James Bond Spy Toy," the new Fujifilm FinePix F402 resembles more of a CD Player than a digital camera. Complete with an extremely deadly blue light, it's sure to wow your friends into posing for all your pictures. No, really. Though it doesn't boast supreme features, or a hefty pricetag, it has a well rounded 2.1 MegaPixel Super CCD, a LCD/Optical viewfinder, and a USB interface. One other thing: It uses nonstandard Fujifilm memory, called xD-Xtreme Digital. This may pose a problem for all the CompactFlash/SD/SmartMedia followers out there, as they will have to buy NEW memory.
Fujifilm must have been looking towards style conscious consumers when they designed the F402 because it is endowed with more sex appeal than a digital camera really ought to have. If this aluminum camera and its' little blue light don't scream "James Bond spy toy" to you I don't know what does...
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Dan from Dan's Data has decided it was time for a new digital camera, enter the Canon EOS D60.
For more than two years, my digital camera of choice was an Olympus C-2500L. The 2500L's still a good piece of gear, and it's more than adequate for most of the photography I have to do for this site. But the need for more features, and the, um, totally defensible desire for a funkier gadget, forced me to upgrade.More information at Dan's Data
Ars Technica have in hand and ready to shoot the Olympus E-10 Digital Camera which is aimed at the high end of the market and features true TTL (through the lens) viewing so if your interested head on over there.
Well talk about a few hectic days of news continually pouring in here and constant interuptions. Well you had better go to the bottom of the page and open it up to 30 items to get all this lot in. So to finish off with, at HardwareCentral they have a look at the Toshiba PDR-M25 Digital Camera so if your in the market for a low priced digital carmera go and check it out.