• EXEMODE 3DV-5WF: The World Gets Another Cheap 3D Camcorder

    Tokyo-based camera maker Exemode yesterday announced the EXEMODE 3DV-5WF [JP], a mini camcorder that can shoot video in 3D. The specs clearly indicate you can’t really expect much in terms of quality here, but the camera’s biggest selling point is its price: at $300, it’s more expensive than Viewsonic’s 3DV5 but way cheaper than Panasonic’s 3D camcorder. Read More

  • Hello Kitty camcorder

    Japanese camera maker Exemode announced [JP] the Hello Kitty DV520KT today, a simple 5MP CMOS camcorder that only has one thing going for it: it features mega-popular cartoon cat Hello Kitty saying “Hi” on the hardware. That’s what it probably makes perfect for young girls though. Read More

  • Exemode SQ28m: Cute mini designer digital camera (video)

    Japanese camera maker Exemode has developed the SQ28m [JP, the site is currently down], a mini digital camera that’s quite nice design-wise. The device is sized at just 53×23×19mm, weighs21g, can be used with your key chain and is available in red or blue. The SQ28m features 64MB internal SDRAM, but there’s also a microSD slot that you can feed with 2GB cards. It sports a… Read More

  • Japan gets another cool CD/SD/record player combo system

    Japanese vinyl fans don’t have a reason to complain in the last few months. Following powerhouses Sony and Denon, it’s now Tokyo-based Exemode’s turn to come up with a nice little device [JP] that plays analogue music discs. Read More

  • New Hello Kitty point-and-shoot camera available in Japan (but not in pink)

    Tokyo-based Exemode is selling a new digital camera [JP] that has been designed with French design company Courrèges and Japanese toy giant Sanrio. The 5.17 million megapixel camera features the cutest cat in the universe, Hello Kitty. The device comes with the following specs: 4x digital zoom, CMOS sensor, one USB 1.1. port, 32MB of internal memory, compatibility to SD memory cards (up to… Read More

  • Legendary camera brand Yashica comes back from the dead

    After getting bought in 1983 by Kyocera, which abandoned the brand name in 2005, Japan’s legendary camera maker Yashica makes an unexpected comeback. Tokyo-based Exemode [JP] will sell digital cameras,  camcorders and a digital photo frame under the Yashica brand starting October/November 2008. The products are nothing special but targeted at older customers, Exemode is hoping the… Read More