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Looking to add even more retro flavor to your Olumpus E-P1? Then you might want to consider taking after Flickr user Lok Cheung, who was inspired by the Rolleiflex TLR to create this Rollei EVF (of sorts) for the Micro Four Thirds camera. While the setup isn't actually anything more than a viewfind

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Well, isn't this the cutest thing you've seen since Macaulay Culkin slapped his cheeks in Home Alone? Rollei's just outed its latest digital camera offering, the slim little (15.6-mm) Flexline inTouch. This wonder-inducing little guy boasts a 10 megapixel CCD sensor, 3x optical zoom, face detection

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Usually when manufacturers unleash several new cameras upon us, it takes awhile to weed through the specs in order to spot their differences and identify the features that consumers will find most compelling, but as luck would have it, Rollei's da-series of unremarkable shooters tend to completely

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Rollei is certainly not a new name in the underwhelming digicam market, and it has struck yet again with a ho hum offering that wouldn't actually be all that disappointing had it arrived a year or two ago. But as it stands, the dt6 Tribute is another prime example of \"too little, too late,\" as the f

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The world just had to have one more middle-of-the-road compact digicam, or at least Rollei figured it did. Their upcoming dx63 Tribute's 6.36 megapixel sensor is accompanied by an average 3x optical zoom and the usual worthless 4x digital, as well as 32MB of internal memory, and a SD slot stifled by

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You'd think that a company like Rollei with such a proud history of manufacturing fine cameras with quality optics would be a little more discriminating about the digital models they release under the esteemed brand name, but lately all we've seen is a bunch of generic, re-badged OEM offerings that

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