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Compactline – the entry-level class from Rollei


Rollei is presenting three new devices from its Compactline entry-level series at the IFA, the Consumers Electronics and Home Appliances Exhibition currently held at Berlin.
The multifaceted and compact digital cameras are above all set apart by their ease of use. So they are the ideal tool for amateurs and snapshot photographers who want to have their camera always at hand and ready and who prefer to rely on pre-programmed shooting modes...

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More at the Rollei Digital Camera Website @ RCP-TechnikRollei is presenting three new devices from its Compactline entry-level series at the IFA. The multifaceted and compact digital cameras are above all set apart by their ease of use. Ideal for amateurs and snapshot photographers who always have their camera at hand and who prefer to rely on pre-programmed shooting modes.


The Compactline 202 is the top model of the series and cuts a dash with photographers with their own sense of style. The especially slimline casing is not only available in the standard silver finish, but also in the fashionable violet, pink and titanium finishes. But the Digicam has something to offer technically, too: The large three-inch display and the triple optical zoom provide the optimum prerequisites for ensuring that no motif is missed. So that the quality of the shots is also persuasive later in a large-format printout, the Compactline 202 is equipped with a 12-megapixel image sensor. Twenty-eight pre-programmed shooting modes ensure photographic enjoyment, because the correct default settings are available at the press of a button for almost any situation – whether it be a night shot, sport shots or portraits. The Compactline 202 is available at your retail shop starting in September for EUR 149.95 (RRP).

The kid brother of the Compactline series, the Compactline 102, with its slimline form, is also very convincing. The casing of the Compactline 102 is less than 19 millimetres thick and at just 105 grams (without battery or memory card) is particularly light in your hand. Operation is also facilitated by the anti-shake function and by smile and face detection. Twenty-eight pre-programmed shooting modes offer many selection options so that each photo gets a chance of becoming a favourite. The 10-megapixel image sensor, which enables shots in full HD quality of 1920x1080 pixels, ensures brilliant photos. The Compactline 102 is available in the colours red, silver and black and costs EUR 99.95 (RRP).

For price-conscious hobby photographers, Rollei has the Compactline 101 on offer. For a recommended retail price of EUR 89.95, the camera offers all equipment features that are important for beginners: Ten megapixels, triple optical zoom, a 2.5 inch TFT display and 16 pre-programmed shooting modes offer many options for the new photographer. Fast-moving subjects are not a problem either – through the continuous shooting function these can be recorded very easily in the picture. Rollei has takeninto account processing on the computer and Zoner PhotoStudio 9 Express software is included with every Compactline model.

Additional information: More at the Rollei Digital Camera Website @ RCP-Technik
September 7, 2009
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