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Published 25/09/12

Compact and weighing only 354g the GE X600 is no lightweight!

The GE X600 Bridge Camera Power ProSeries

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General Imaging announce the arrival of the GE X600; building on the success of the previous cameras in their Power Pro series the X500 and X550. The X600 offers even higher performance than the previous models andwill be available across Europe from October. The camera is small 104.1mm x77mm x 71.6mm weighing only 354g but is no lightweight and packs some powerful features

  • GE 26x Wide Aspherical ED Lens Optical Zoom 26-676mm
  • 14.4 CMOS advanced Aptina A-Pix technology
  • High performance 1080p Full HD video recording 30fps
  • High Speed Movie- 120 fps
  • High Dynamic Range
  • Object Tracking
  • Large 2.7 inch LCD
  • Electronic view finder
  • Li-ion battery


Gary Sutton, General Imaging UK Country Manager, said, As consumers continue to demand more for their money, we continue to offer the latest digital cameratechnology at competitive prices.

The advanced Aptina A-Pix CMOS provides powerful processing capabilities and enables a continuous shooting rate of upto 5 frames per second at full resolution, as well as the improved High Dynamic Range mode, where three consecutive exposures are taken, optimized and combined into one perfectly exposed photo.

The camera is loaded with a wide range of shooting modes including the Multi-Exposure, which combines six successive actions shots in to one image.

Powered by a lithium ion battery which according to CIPA testing, will deliver 240 shots from a full charge, a 26mm - 676mm ED lens and packed with powerful shooting modes and on board functions, this is the ideal camera for the more serious enthusiast photographer.

Contact http://www.general-imaging.eu/

1st Published 25 September 2012 11:29
last update 06/03/2013 16:15:22



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