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Old Mar 23, 2006, 10:40 PM   #1
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The main difference evidently shown is that this Mustek's max res is 12MP while Digilife's is 11MP. Also, Mustek has a lot of effects for its pictures.

What I'd like to know is whether Mustek DV 12M has:

1. Web cam capability
2. Stereo
3. Video Playback mode in its own LCD

These 3 can be handled by the Digilife, is it also present in the Mustek?

These are the factors that really concern me. Please, anyone, enlighten me...
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Old Mar 24, 2006, 2:54 AM   #2
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Welcome in Joe......

right now I think all of Us are trying to bid on the newest model to hit the Northr America region the ISpan ddv-920, and not paying attention to the Mustek 12m

we have talked about htat before

http:www.mustek.com has a home page should explain in the specs

here are the specs has a ton of features, but missing the portable medea player feature to record off of a tv ( av input) has a stabiliaer for movie not pic

I would not pass this up if you like all the features it offers mustek is a great camera and offers 30 fps rather slow down the other two all three has it economy med fine. the 5300 or 4500se it is has 30 and 15 stopped my purchase due to that.

you may need to wait for others or look aroun

right now our members are waiting for the Ispan ddv-920 and looks like a better camera all around but all have its good side and bad sides.

DV 12M

6-in-1 multi-functional Camera (Digital Camcorder, Digital Still Camera, Digital Voice Recorder, MP3 Player, Video Camera, Card Reader)

Hardware Resolution
12 Megapixel

Image Sensor
5.0M CMOS Sensor

•Super Fine (12MP): 4032 x 3024

•Fine (9MP): 3456 x 2592

•Normal (5M) 2560 x 1920

•Economic (XGA): 1024 x 768

Video Frame Rate
•Fine: 640 x 480 30 fps

•Normal: 352 x 288 30 fps

•Economic: 320 x 240 30 fps

Internal Memory

Flash Mode
Auto / Red Eye / Off

10X Digital

F = 2.8

Focal Length
f = 8.2mm

Shutter Speed
1/15 sec ~ 1/2500 sec


Color Display
2.0" Swivel TFT LCD

White Balance
Auto / Daylight / Cloudy / Fluorescent / Tungsten

Imaging Effects
Negative Art / Sepia / B&W / Solarize / Pastel / Sketch

Memory Slot Type

Self Timer
10 Seconds Delay

Video Output

Image File Format
JPEG Compatible

Video File Format
ASF (MPEG 4 Compatible)

Audio File Format



Mass Storage
•Windows 98SE / ME / 2000 SP3 or above / XP

•Mac 9.X & 10.1 or above

USB / AV Out / Earphone

Li-ion battery x 1

3.86" x 1.61" x 2.91" (L x W x H)

0.3 lbs (Without battery)

System Requirements
•Pentium III 800 MHz processor or higher

•Microsoft Windows 98SE/ ME / 2000 / XP

•Available USB port

•Super VGA card and color monitor


•At least 128 MB RAM

•200MB available HDD space


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Old Mar 24, 2006, 4:11 PM   #3
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Yeah, you're right... The Ispan 920 is great!, after doing much research last night. Is that the same as the Digilife DV 1000? How can i avail any of these 2 in the States? I cant seem to find them in Ebay? Do you know any local stores that have them?

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Old Mar 24, 2006, 5:11 PM   #4
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your question was answered in the other topic will repeat here

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view their other items you'll see the camera up forsale soon need to replenish stock right now nonw are available they come in spurts
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