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Old Aug 5, 2005, 11:16 PM   #11
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reiluke,

Thanks for contributing that. I'll add Grandvision to the list, probably as a knockoff since it looks like an Aiptek or a Mustek. I won't have time for a couple of weeks to add all the Grandvision models.

The whole idea behind accumulating all the model names is so that hopefully when people do web searches for the camera names, they will find this forum.
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Old Aug 6, 2005, 5:54 AM   #12
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sqspirit a question..
I just discovered the Ispan CMP-150, fantastic! do you know if someone has already tested it? thanks!
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Old Aug 12, 2005, 1:03 PM   #13
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Hi, I happened to be looking for a camera by ISpan - DV 910-920 - canyou tell me where you can purchase them? thanks so much
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Old Aug 15, 2005, 5:31 PM   #14
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tuleggi wrote:
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I just discovered the Ispan CMP-150, fantastic! do you know if someone has already tested it? thanks!
Yes, if you're into viewing movies on a handheld device, this sounds like a great product. I know of no test of it, or any mention elsewhere on the Internet.

I'm not on the market for one myself. My interest is for an optical zoom.
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Old Aug 16, 2005, 2:47 AM   #15
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Hi, I happened to be looking for a camera by ISpan - DV 910-920 - canyou tell me where you can purchase them? thanks so much
According to the website www.ispan.com.tw the release date for the DDV-920 and 950 has been moved back to September, and the 960 to October. But supposedly the 810 and 910 are available now.

I noticed they have dropped the tv tuner option.

www.wimi.com.tw seems to be a site where you could order them, but I don't know enough of the host languange to figure that out, or pricing. On wimi, they are called the DDV-V1 and DDV-1000.

A search on ebay shows two vendors for the V1, and several wholesalers offering bulk quantities of the 1000. I couldn't find anyone selling them by the 810 and 910 model designations.
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Old Aug 19, 2005, 11:02 AM   #16
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ShopNBC is featuring a new model from Microtek, the MV500. It has the form of the MV300 and MV320, but has a 5 MP CMOS sensor, 12 MP interpolation, and a anti-hand shake feature.




Microtek MV500 Product Features:
[*]Image Sensor: 5.1 megapixels CMOS sensor (12.0 megapixels interpolated) [/*][*]Image Size: 3264 x 2448 (interpolated), 2592 x 1944, 2048 x 1536, 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960 and 640 x 480 pixels [/*][*]File Format: Still image- JPEG, Movie- ASF/AVI, Audio- WAV [/*][*]Movie Clip: 640 x 480- max. 30fps (no limit), 320 x 240- 30fps (no limit) [/*][*]Sensitivity Equivalent: ISO100 [/*][*]Lens: f3.0: f=8.3mm [/*][*]Zoom: 4x digital zoom [/*][*]Focus Range: Normal- 1m (3.2ft) to infinity, Macro- 15cm-25cm (.5ft-.8ft) [/*][*]Shutter Speed: 1/20 sec ~ 1/4000 sec [/*][*]Metering: full-zone average [/*][*]Exposure Adjustment: -2 EV to +2 EV in 1/2 EV steps [/*][*]White Balance: auto (default), daylight, cloudy, tungsten and fluorescent [/*][*]DPDF: yes [/*][*]Flash: auto, auto with red-eye reduction, forced, forced with red-eye reduction off [/*][*]Hand Stabilization "Anti-Shake" feature [/*][*]Tripod Mount: yes [/*][*]Connectivity: USB, AV out (NTSC/PAL Selectable) [/*][*]Memory: 16MB internal; supportsSD card [/*][*]LCD: 2.0" LTPS LCD screen (153600 pixels) [/*][*]Self timer: 10 second delay [/*][*]Power Source: 4 AAA-sized alkaline batteries (not included), lithium-ion battery (included) with adapter [/*]
Dimensions: 4.4" x 2.6" x 2.0"
Weight: 5.8 oz (without batteries and SD card)
Includes: lithium battery & charger, tripod, earphones, and 256MB SD card

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Old Aug 19, 2005, 11:42 AM   #17
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Thanks, OLD HACer,

I'll add it to the list, but won't have time to do it for about a week. Keep up the good spotting!
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Old Aug 19, 2005, 5:43 PM   #18
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sgspirit,

Added a picture and info from ShopNBC website to my prior message. I couldn't find the MV500 onother websites, including Microtek websites.
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Old Aug 24, 2005, 5:29 PM   #19
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Here another very interesting new product at 165$ (with white led during the video recording mode!!!), unfortunately few specifications and I couldnt find a review...

http://www.iperris.com/camp34.htm#intro



[align=right]Memory Capacity [/align] 1). Build In 32MB flash memory
2).(option) SD/MMC Card up to 1GB [align=right]LCD [/align] 2.5" LDPS LCD (180K Pixel,64k color)
[align=right]Photo Viewer [/align] JPEG(2048X1536)
[align=right]Interface [/align] USB 2.0
[align=right]Digital Camera [/align] CMOS Sensor 6 million Pixels (2848x2136)
[align=right]Flasher support [/align] Build in
[align=right]Video Filming Mode [/align] (30K pixels, 640x480)Taking pictures W/T short range > 40cm . White light LED within 1.5M Validity distance
[align=right]Video Playback [/align] Video +Audio Playback: (640x480 30fps) MPEG4 & DivX
[align=right]Video Recording [/align] MPEG 4
[align=right]Audio Playback [/align] MP3/WAV
[align=right]Audio Recording [/align] MP3/WAV
[align=right]Microphone [/align] build in
[align=right]Sound Format [/align] MP3/WAV
[align=right]ID3 Tag (title) [/align] incl.
[align=right]TV Broadcasting Standard [/align] NTSC/PAL
[align=right]Video in & out [/align] build-in TV OUT with AV Cable
[align=right]Card Reader [/align] SD/MMC card slot. Support to 1GB
[align=right]Speaker [/align] Build in (0.5w)
[align=right]Power Supply: Internal [/align] Li-Ion Rechargeable 4.2v 1050mA
[align=right]Power Supply: External [/align] AC Adapter (option)
[align=right]Dimensions [/align] 100.4mm x 70.8mm x 17.5mm
[align=right]Weight [/align] 120 gm
[align=right]Support System [/align] Window (98/ME/2000with Service Pack 3 or later/XP). MAC-OS 9X
[align=right]Playing Time [/align] Video--(Around 2.5 H); Music--(Around 8H )

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Old Aug 25, 2005, 12:21 PM   #20
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is there a digilife ddv-v1 available in manila philippines? help me guys
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