Post Thumbnail

AgfaPhoto might want you to believe that its Optima range of cams is \"perfect for the ambitious photographer,\" but in truth they're entry-level shooters with a slant toward helping the less technically gifted. The new cameras come with 28 automated functions, such as a 'beauty mode' that masks skin

5 years ago 0 Comments
August 7, 2009 at 5:11AM
Post Thumbnail

AgfaPhoto's new DV-600uw rugged camera may not be quite as stylish as Pentax's latest ruggedized offering, but it looks like it has it beat where it counts, with it able to handle submersion in water up to 33 feet deep (compared to the Pentax's 16 feet), and hold up to the usual drops, dust, and di

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Not to be outdone by GE and its onslaught of ordinariness, AgfaPhoto has now rolled out seven new compact cameras of its own on the eve of PMA, which range from the most basic of point-and-shoots to a ruggedized, underwater cam. Arguably the most interesting of the lot are the OPTIMA 1438m (picture

5 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Let's hope Agfa brings more to Photokina than the 1338sT, because otherwise it's going to be a pretty lonely booth. The 10 megapixel camera isn't quite the top of the line, even with the 3-inch touchscreen: smile detection, face tracking, and a low-res YouTube video mode aren't exactly huge selling

6 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

We know, the PMA blitz really turns the bevy of digicams into one big pixelated blur, but Agfa is trying to steal a little attention with its relatively uninspiring DC-630i. The new compact marks the firm's first point-and-shoot with \"integrated face-tracking technology,\" which allows up to three f

7 years ago 0 Comments
Post Thumbnail

Most photog types should easily recognize the Agfa name -- they've been doing the whole traditional and digital imaging thing forever. Unfortunately, they've farmed out their brand for a new AgfaPhoto line of digicams to be built by German consumer electronics company plawa, and plawa's first sta

8 years ago 0 Comments