HP’s new Photosmart point-and-shoot cameras; Nine of them in all
HP bags the honor of producing the “the largest touch interface” camera included in its latest collection that it announced yesterday. The R937 is an 8-megapixel (with3X optical zoom) and sports a very large 3.6-inch touchscreen and offers you hands on editing on the go. Easy navigation plus tagging facilities make it easy to operate with Windows Vista and the likes. The camera also features slimming, spot removal, and red-eye correction and anti-blur functions. Next in line is the Mz67, which is also an 8-megapixels camera with a blackbody. It is the first compact camera from HP that features a high zoom: a 6X 7.9-47.4mm lens. It also features an anti-blur mode, and a 2.5-inch LCD with side buttons for its interface. The third in line to make a mark is the R742. The highlight of this camera is its style and colors; an all-metal design includes several colors like blue or silver. It features a 7-megapixel sensor and 3X optical zoom.
The rest of the cameras from HP cameras tag the budget range and start as low as $79 for the Photosmart E337, which features a fixed-focus lens and a 5-megapixel sensor. The rest i.e. the M447, M547, M637, and R847 feature 3X optical zoom and range from 5 to 8 megapixels and are priced between $100 to $230. The E337 will start shipping in July and the rest in August. The R937 is priced at $300, the Mz67 is priced at $200 and the R742 is priced at $180.