• Yashica Japan introduces 9.1-megapixel camera for $100

    Legendary Japanese camera maker made a comeback (at least in Nippon) last month, only to present two rather dull digital cameras. The EZF924 [JP], however, can at least impress with its price tag: The 9.1-megapixel camera just costs $100. Other specs include: 2.4-inch TFT display, ISO range from 100 to 800, 43mm/F3.25 lens, 8x digital zoom, 16MB of internal memory, support of SD/SDHC cards (up… 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