World's Thinnest 2-Megapixel Digital Cameras With Color LCD Display

Posted: Oct 7 2003, 10:42pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:01pm CDT, in Portable Devices


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World's Thinnest 2-Megapixel Digital Cameras with Color LCD Display

(not actual photo of new SMal Camera) SMal Technologies announced today a Ultra-Pocket(R) 4 rapid development kit for 2-megapixel credit card cameras with color TFT display.

The Ultra-Pocket 4 kit enables OEMs and ODMs to quickly fill the void in the 2-megapixel digital camera market for extremely thin, fashionable, and portable cameras for the on-the-go lifestyle - in the $150 retail price range.
SMaL's Longevity™ ultra-low-power design with rechargeable battery uses 90% less power than traditional digital cameras. Since the camera charges automatically during USB download and stores enough charge for up to 200 shots (with 1.5" LCD and 100% strobe usage), it is virtually impossible to run down the battery.
Autobrite® intelligent exposure technology provides hundreds of times more dynamic range than standard cameras, so details in both bright and dim areas are clearly visible at the same time.

SMaL has enabled over 1 million credit card cameras launched by FujiFilm AXIA, RadioShack, Logitech, Oregon Scientific, and Creative Labs.

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