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HP announces the R837, M437 and M537 digital camera

HP announces three new digital cameras. The 7.2-megapixel HP Photosmart R837 features a large 3-inch image display and extra-wide viewing angle for viewing photos indoor and outdoor. You can enhance photos in-camera with pet-eye fix and the latest technologies, including HP Design Gallery with slimming and industry-leading in-camera red-eye removal. HP further expands its digital photography portfolio with two new entry level digital cameras, the 5-megapixel Photosmart M437 and 6-megapixel M537 that start as low as $109...

PRESS SUMMARY

Read HP's full PMA 2007 news release (pdf)View the specifications for the new digital cameras (in pdf format)

HP Photosmart R837 Digital Camera

HP Photosmart M437 Digital Camera

HP Photosmart M537 Digital Camera


PRESS SUMMARY

HP today made a series of announcements designed to make its digital photography offering the most complete and highly connected experience for consumers, professional photographers and graphic artists.

HP also launched 12 new digital photography products, technologies and services for home users as well as retailers. Highlighting this lineup, the HP Photosmart R837 Digital Camera is the first digital camera featuring the ability to tag photos inside the camera, which allows for easy searching and organization within Microsoft Windows Vista™.


HP debuted the industry's first digital camera to feature in-camera pet-eye fix, the HP Photosmart R837 Digital Camera. This innovative feature allows people to easily adjust images with glowing pet eyes, which often appear when photographing pets – the second most photographed subject among consumers.

In another industry first, this camera enables the quick tagging of photos for easy sharing with an in-camera image organization feature, compatible with Windows Vista.

In addition, the R837 features the latest generation of HP's Real Life technologies including the new HP touch-up technology for the removal of blemishes. All of these features are easy to see on a three-inch display with 170-degree viewing angle and “auto bright” display that automatically adjusts to the environment's ambient light.


HP further expanded its digital photography portfolio with two new M-Series digital cameras that start as low as $109.

All of these new digital cameras are Windows Vista ready and offer consumers HP's Real Life technologies, including industry-leading in-camera red-eye removal, HP Design Gallery and HP steady photo anti-shake to reduce blurring in photos.

Additional information: Read HP's full PMA 2007 news release (pdf)
March 8, 2007
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