Kyocera launches into digital camera market

Kyocera Electronics, best known in Australia for its network and personal printer range, has entered the digital camera market with the launch of the Yashica Samurai 1300DG.

The digital camera features a high resolution lens and a 3X optical zoom and a 1.8in TFT colour LCD display. A 45-135 zoom lens provides a 1280 x 960 resolution. The camera is able to shoot in five modes including black and white, and sepia as well as having a continuous shooting mode. Video output is available through NTSC or PAL. An 8MB compact flash card plus a time and date stamp are included with the camera.

Initially the camera will be bundled with Kyocera's FS-5800C colour laser printer. Also bundled in the package is Adobe's PhotoDeluxe home edition. The printer package is priced at $4999.

Kyocera

(02) 9906 8075

http://www.kyocera.com.au

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