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 Zoran to Power First Digital Camera with HDMI
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Message Text: Zoran's COACH digital camera processor is powering Samsung?s new Digimax L85, the world?s first digital camera supporting the High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) and the Digimax i6 digital camera with portable media player features.

Zoran?s COACH processor enables eight megapixel high resolution still and video capture in the new Digimax L85 digital camera, which is equipped with the 5x Schneider optical zoom lens. In addition to many advanced photographic features, the L85 supports MPEG-4 30 frames per second VGA resolution recording for an enhanced video experience.

The High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI), provided by the COACH processor, allows viewers to watch still and video photography on high definition television displays. Images sent by the Digimax L85 are in HDTV native resolution, typically between 1.5 to 2 megapixels, while the standard analog connection available in most other cameras supports only 300 kilopixels.

The Digimax i6 digital camera from Samsung combines quality photography with portable media player features. The new camera that comes equipped with a 2.5-inch LCD display supports video editing features, playback of video and audio in various formats, and can function as a digital still camera, video camera, video player or music player.

Both the Digimax L85 and Digimax i6 cameras also include USB 2.0 high speed connections for quick transfers of captured content and PictBridge for a direct camera-printer connection, allowing photographers to print directly from the digital camera without the need for a personal computer.
 
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