Philips Ambilight TVs and FujiFilms Z10 Fine Pix Cameras. ~ Ask The Admin

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Philips Ambilight TVs and FujiFilms Z10 Fine Pix Cameras.

So there we were on the scene the other night. AtA chilling with Philips as they were showing Fuji Film's new Z10fd cameras on their beautiful Ambilight flat panel displays. Because the new camera's line has so many vibrant colors it was a really good fit with the Ambilight.

Why do I feel like I'm stuck in a commercial? Oh wait - I don't get paid...

We were impressed by both the cameras blog mode(Multiple picture size outputs) and Quick (3mbps) IR transfer. An open bar and good finger food made sure everyone was having a good time. Maybe too good of a time for some of the execs looking as whacked out as they did.

It's ok - not like we are going to go and tell the whole world. Oh wait.

But anyway, the entertainment was cool and we didn't get to stay for the whole time but the audience was having a good time snapping away. Check out some of our blog mode shots...

That's me

That's the IR Mode

It seems this little 7 mega pixel brightly colored camera can output blog size optimized pics, so yours truly doesn't have to re-size in Photoshop or Gimp. That's a plus, and it can transfer pics from one z10 camera to another via a sweet little infra-red port on it's side. Check out our willing recipients:

We absolutely fell in love with the eye candy Ambilight effects on the new flat panels. The colors on these new TV's were great and looked ultra realistic - then they showed us the color picking menu and how realistic it actually gets...

You pick which setting you prefer - realistic or vibrant.

That's the Ambilight doing its thing with a purpleish color to match FujiFilm's logo.

We had seen Ambilight several times before on older equipment. It was always a separate unit and it really didn't do much - but whoa boy did Philips switch it up this time around. With the beautiful 42 incher we were looking at changing Ambilight colors (LED!) depending on what is going on in your programing. Think about it like this: If there are lights behind the television simulating natural light while you are in a dark room your eyes don't have to adjust and work. That's awesome! Now we can watch 20 hours of The Simpsons Educational Programing without the eye fatigue... Sweet. Don't hold me to this but I believe the 42 inch was around 1500... Let me check and get back to you on that.

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