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Thursday, September 16, 2004
Konica Minolta unveil new Digital SLR camera


Konica Minolta unveil the Konica Minolta Dynax 7D. With a 6.1 Megapixels resolution, the new interchangeable lens digital camera is the World's first digital SLR to contain a body integral CCD-Shift, "Anti-Shake" (camera shake compensation) technology that enhances picture quality.

The Dynax 7D is compatible with the full range* of Dynax AF lenses.

The Konica Minolta Dynax 7D is an interchangeable lens digital SLR camera that inherits many of the high specifications and much of the Award winning performance from the Dynax Series SLR cameras.

The unique built-in CCD-Shift type "Anti-Shake" technology endows the new camera the first digital SLR to feature body-integral Anti-Shake function. The key benefit of Anti-Shake is it can support all Dynax AF lenses. Anti-Shake technology allows photography with reduced blur due to camera shake, even when shooting dimly lit scenes or when using telephoto lenses and shooting macro subjects without the aid of flash or a tripod.

Other key contributors to the new camera's performance are its 6.1 million effective pixels, housed on an APS-C size CCD and the Konica Minolta proprietary CxProcess III image processing technology, that delivers high definition, natural looking images.

High speed image processing is achieved through the all new Advanced LSI Engine, designed to help provide fast data handling for improved camera responsiveness and control.

The camera also sports a large, easy to view, high definition, 2.5-inch colour LCD monitor housed on its rear panel. The large screen provides a large clear display for menu navigation and image display. It also displays relevant shooting information and camera settings.

In keeping with its acclaimed Dynax film SLR counterpart the Dynax 7D inherits a similar, simple to use Mode Dial and Lever Operation system. To enhance handling further the new model also features a superbly bright, easy to view, high performance optical viewfinder.

In addition, the new digital SLR offers a comprehensive function set designed to meet a diverse range of photographic challenges and user needs. The Konica Minolta Dynax 7D is complemented by a broad range of Dynax accessories that offers photographers a complete system back up.


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