DC1311 - Minox Digital

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Minox takes a first step into the digital camera market
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Minox, took its first step into the digital market in August 2001 which, according to Minox with a new product that uses the latest technology.
Copyright  2001 - Minox Germany
The Minox DC 1311 is a 1.3 MEGApixel camera that uses 8 MB internal memory and a CompactFlash type I card for storage. The body is the same as that of the Pentax Ei-100 . It's a low-entry level digital camera with a fixed lens that shoots an image in a resolution of 1280x960 or 640x480 pixels. The lens starts with f2.8 and ends in f8 of brightness. The Minox DC 1311 does not have an optical zoom but offers a digital instead. The camera uses an USB interface to communicate with the pc. 
The specifications of the Minox DC 1311 are:
File format:
Memory:
 
Storage:


Image sensor:
 
Image resolution:

Lens:




Shutter speed:
Zoom:
Exposure:
Finder:
LCD:
Flash:

Self timer:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Power:

JPEG, EXIF 2,1
8 MB internal and external:
Compact Flash Cards (Type I).
Fine 17 images
Normal 25 images
Economy 50 images (internal)
1,3 mega pixels (1/2,7" CCD)
24 BIT (RGB) color
Fine: 1280 x 960
Normal: 640 x 480
Fix lens manual focus
(F 2,8 - F8,0)
Macro: 0,4-0,7m /15.7-27.6 in,
Normal: 1,0m
Infinity / 1.0936 yd infinity
1-1/500 s
2x digital
Auto
Optical viewfinder with LCD
1.8" color-TFT-LCD
Build in: Auto, Fill-In and Fill Off
Guide#:10 (ISO100) range: 0.4-3m
10 sec delay
105x66.5x48 mm (4.1x2.6x1.8 in)
189g / 6.6 oz (without batteries)
4x AA (Alkaline, NimH & Lithium)
AC-DC adapter (optional)
Copyright  2001 - Minox Germany
Copyright  2001 - Minox Germany
Copyright  2001 - Minox Germany

 


Last Updated on 4th June 2004