The Minolta Dimage X

Posted: Nov 25 2002, 3:27pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:37pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
The Minolta Dimage X
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15th Annual Best of What's New Popular Science Award Winner


The Minolta
DiMAGE X
(MSRP: $499) is the world's smallest, lightest and
thinnest digital still camera equipped with a true optical 3x zoom
lens. The stylish 3.2-megapixel camera is distinguished by an
exclusive, ultra-compact design, and a lightning-quick 1.2 seconds
boot-up time. It's also a marvel of design, thanks to an unusual
periscope-style zoom-lens construction, which remains within the
camera at all times. The palm sized portable camera offers a zoom
range of 37-111mm/f2.8-3.6, yet remains uniquely slim
(84.5x72x20mm)."

The 15th Annual Best of What's New Popular Science Award winner shoots up to 35 second movies with sound, 30 minutes of digital audio or up to 15 second audio annotations per image.


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