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Canon Rebel EOS T1i DSLR gets official

Canon Rebel EOS T1i DSLR gets official

It didn't take long, barely few hours into the leak, Canon has let the cat out of the bag -- the Rebel EOS T1i is official. The successor to Rebel XSi is now packed with 15MP CMOS image sensor, extended 128,000 ISO, 14-bit Digic IV image processor and a large and high Res. 920,000 dot pixels 3-inch LCD enter-level DSLR that’s capable of capturing HD video of up to 1080P at 20fps.

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Canon Rebel T1i leak? 15MP DSLR with 1080p video

Canon Rebel T1i leak? 15MP DSLR with 1080p video

It appears CNET has jumped the gun on Canon’s Rebel T1i. A long speculated Canon entry-level DSLR to be released tomorrow was leaked early today by CNET video podcasting. It was later pulled, reported from Chang’s Blog, with content revealed a 15MP crop sensor image sensor DSLR with ability to shoot 1080p video at 20fps (oddly), or 720p video at 30fps.

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Tamron intros fast aperture Macro lens – SP AF 60mm ƒ/2 Di II LD (IF) Macro 1:1

Tamron intros fast aperture Macro lens – SP AF 60mm ƒ/2 Di II LD (IF) Macro 1:1

Typical macro lenses -- normal to telephoto focus length range – usually have maximum aperture at F2.8 or slower, with the exception of Olympus Zuiko Digital 50mm F2.0 ( Four Thirds lens) at one stop faster. Tamron has today announced the development of SP AF 60mm ƒ/2 Di II LD (IF) Macro 1:1. Like the Olympus, it’s a digitally optimized Macro lens featuring a bright maximum aperture of ƒ/2.0.

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Marantz preps Reference series Universal Blu-ray desk, UD9004

Marantz preps Reference series Universal Blu-ray desk, UD9004

Apparently Denon and Oppo are not the only A/V manufacturers that are working an Universal Blu-ray desk (noted-not in production yet, presently), Marantz also got one underway with all the guts and glory built upon the technology inside their reference SACD-CD player, SA-7S1. Like the Denon, it’s another D&M Holdings product, targeting high-end audio/video enthusiasts with deep pocket.

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NZXT unveiled Panzerbox, performance LAN case with optimized airflow

NZXT unveiled Panzerbox, performance LAN case with optimized airflow

Team NZXT is at it again, unveiling another remarkable gaming chassis today with best-in class airflow. The pure aluminum Panzerbox has the capacity and power of a full-size tower, but weights only 6.3 kilos/14 pounds in a much compact mid-size tower with dimensions of 244 x 445 x 445 mm. Essentially, a performance LAN case that’s lightweight and small enough for traveling to community LAN party!

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Denon Japan postponed DVD-A1UD for the 2nd time, now October release

Denon Japan postponed DVD-A1UD for the 2nd time, now October release

Weakening foreign currencies against soaring yen are slowly affecting the prices of Made-In-Japan electronic goods, globally; even the already high-price Denon flagship DVD-A1UD Universal Blu-Ray player can’t escape the reality. For the latter, there’s more frustrating news than price adjustment, the Japanese firm has once again postponing the launch of the World’s first Universal desk, but this time, much further behind to mid of October.

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Sony X-series OLED Walkman gets shipping date update from UK

Sony X-series OLED Walkman gets shipping date update from UK

Sony’s answer to iPod Touch lacks screen real estate at 0.5 inch smaller in diagonal. The full disclosure from Hk’s Sonystyle revealed a 3-inch AMOLED touchscreen, much smaller and pocket-friendly X-series Walkman with a fully digital noise cancellation to rival Apple iTouch. There isn’t much updates on this breathtaking device from here, and all we know is it’s coming this Summer. Most of the development were contributed from UK, and the latest news over there is it could be out as early as May 10th.

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New Dell 4210X DLP projector shows up, up for ordering

New Dell 4210X DLP projector shows up, up for ordering

The new Dell 4210X appears like a decade old projector housed in an unattractive rectangular-shaped outfit. On technical standpoint, there aren’t much to brag about : a high lumen business class beamer packs only 1024x728 resolution DLP panel with 3,500 nits, 2k:1 contrast ratio images output, and no mechanical lens-shift.

But considering it retails at $1,199, the 4210X is quite decent for its features. It does provide a HDMI output and a dual VGA connectivity which could be useful to switch in between presentations. Of course, it also could be easier and faster to set up a VMware-machine than having two separate sources for presentation.

The Dell 4210X DLP projector is up for ordering now at company’s online store.
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