Panasonic Cardshot NV-DCF1

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The Panasonic Cardshot NV-DCF1 is a digital camera released in 1997.

This particular camera shares the same basic design with the Konica Q-Mini and the Canon PowerShot 350. It features a 1/3" CCD sensor with a f2.8 lens. The lens is at 42mm (6mm) f2.8 fixed focus with a min focus distance of 7cm. A macro provides focusing range of 3cm. A shutter speed of 1/4 to 1/2000s. The flash system has multiple settings of Auto, On, Off or Red-Eye reduction. It has a 1.8" pivoting LCD display on the back. Photos are captured at 640 x 480 pixel and stored on the included 2MB CompactFlash card. There are three jpeg quality settings Fine, Normal and Eco. It is powered by the included 3x NiCad rechargeable AA batteries.


In Japanese