Fastest Digital Camera - Faster Than 35mm Cameras

Posted: Mar 5 2003, 10:39pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:43pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Fastest Digital Camera - Faster than 35mm Cameras
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Ricoh released the Caplio G3, the supposedly fastest digital camera in its class, actually outperforming for the first time conventional 35mm cameras with 0.14-second shutter response time.
The Caplio G3 achieves such speed with its hybrid auto-focusing system, comprising both external and through-the-lens focusing.
The Caplio G3 has 8MB of internal memory and can also use optional Secure Digital memory cards. These especially compact devices do not need a power source to store information and allow fast and simple downloads of images. The camera is also compatible with Multimedia cards.
It also has sound-recording capabilities that enable the user to leave an 8-second “voice memo” stamp to photos taken, which also allows it to act as a convenient voice recorder.
Caplio G3 Specs

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