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Nikon today launched its long-anticipated D3X as its new flagship digital SLR. As slipped by the company ahead of time, the new pro camera roughly doubles the sensor density to 24.5 megapixels and produces a native 6048x4032 picture -- enough to rival a medium-format camera in a handheld format, the company claims. The camera also adds 16-bit color processing for further image accuracy improvements over the 14-bit D3.
Lian Li products announced
Lian Li Industrial has released two new products, the EX-P3A/B HDD bracket cooling kit, for adding cooling to an internal hard disk drive, and the CR-26A/B card reader kit, a 3.5-inch bay replacement providing multiple card-reader technology. The drive-cooling bracket is a-5.25 inch bay kit that holds a 3.5-inch drive and utilizes aluminum in direct contact with the drive for heat dissipation. It repeats the SATA connector on the disk to protect it during reinstalls or when the drive is transported between computers. It is available in Silver (EX-P3A) and black (EX-P3B).
DUY|31 set now shipping
DUY has launched an audio plug-in trio, the DUY|31, consisting of its DUY31|graphic, DUY31|analyzer & DUY|noiser for TDM (Time-Division Multiplexing) and Mac OS X based systems. The DUY|graphic plug-in is a 31-band linear-phase graphic equalizer, with fader controls covering a dynamic range of 48 dB. The DUY31|analyzer is a spectrum analyzer which provides a visual representation of the audio signal over 31 bands. The third plug-in, the DUY|noiser generates white and pink noise and can be used with the DUY31|graphic to calibrates audio spaces.
QuickerTek power extender
QuickerTek has released an external battery that connects to the iPhone 3G, iPod touch, or any iPod with the 30-pin dock connector. The additional power can be used for 30 hours of music playback, six hours of video, or three hours of talk time, the company claims. A retractable USB charging cable is included with the package. The cable simultaneously charges both the external battery and the iPod/iPhone internal battery. The product is similar to the Richard Solo backup battery, but offers the additional iPod connectivity.
Video Converter update
iSkysoft on Friday released the latest version of its video conversion program, Video Converter 126.96.36.199. The update adds support for MKV, WMV, MOD, ASF, MOD and MP2 input formats, as well as MKV and MKA output formats. The program allows users to crop video to remove black sides, trim the length of files, extract audio, or capture pictures while previewing a movie by pressing a snapshot button. Video resolution, frame rate and bit rate can be adjusted, along with audio sample rate, channel, encoder and bit rate.
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