Hollywood, Fla. - Concord Camera announced that it will ship a 4-megapixel camera for a suggested retail price of $249.99, this month.
The Concord Eye-Q 4060AF is the company’s first CCD-based camera, and will feature a 6x digital zoom, an aspheric glass lens, 16MB of internal memory, manual white balance, an SD card expansion slot and five preset modes including fireworks, night, indoor, sunset and beach/snow scenes.
The company also announced another CCD-based camera, the 3-megapixel Eye-Q 3340z, that shares most of the features of the Q4060AF. It offers a 3x optical /4x digital all glass non-extending zoom lens.
The zoom lens uses internal folded optics that remain inside the body of the camera, rather than protruding from the camera, which Concord says keeps the camera compact.
The Concord Eye-Q 3340z is expected to be available later this month, also for $249.99.
Both models also feature a 1.5-inch TFT LCD and a continuous shooting mode, which takes seven uninterrupted pictures within two seconds.