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May 30, 2007 – DXG today launched the 7-megapixel DXG-711. The camera comes with audio voice memo and video capabilities. It has a retail price of $149.99 and is immediately available.
The DXG-711 camera is part of DXG's growing line of digital cameras and multi-media devices primarily targeted towards the youth market.
"The DXG-711 is perfect for users who want to migrate to more features, better technology and a device that is multi-functional, convenient and affordable, like parents who are looking for a replacement unit for their ‘old’ 35mm cameras, and college students," stated the company press release today.
The 7-megapixel DXG-711 is fitted with a standard 3x optical zoom and a 2.5-inch LCD. Measuring less than an inch thick, the camera is designed to work as a portable device. With 32MB of internal memory and additional SD storage, the camera can act as a portable hard drive, according to the release.
The DXG-711 camera has 15 scene modes and a max sensitivity of ISO 400. It includes audio capabilities and shoots 640x480 video with sound at 30fps.