Suppliers of Bluetooth
Camera & Camcorders
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Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Bluetooth Adapter is an add-on
device for the Panasonic Digital
Video Camcorder (DVC) to
communicate with a Personal
Computer using Bluetooth wireless
technology. - further details
if you can help us.
Involved in a large number of markets within the Electronics
markets, the company soon hope to be releasing Bluetooth enabled products.
Well - not yet here, but the product is on the way at least.
Sanyo Semiconductor are incorporating Bluetooth in their next
generation of digital camera ICs, to enable cameras to easily send the
pictures to PCs and mobile phones. Sanyo's chips are expected to be
used in a number of different manufacturers' digital cameras.
Established in 1946, Sony's development is closely associated with
many significant developments in electronic design and manufacture
covering the whole electronics industry.
DCR-PC120 Camcorder is suitable
for wireless short-range Bluetooth technology to stream video to connect
to wireless Net devices. It allows video to be transmitted over the
DCR-IP7 Camcorder is suitable for
wireless short-range Bluetooth technology to stream video to connect to
wireless Net devices. It has been dubbed the "Network Handycam
IP". It allows video to be transmitted over the Internet. Available
initially in October 2001 only in Japan TV advertising with the Bluetooth
logo began appearing in the UK in December 2001.
Nokia focus on developing solutions for the home
that add convenience to peoples lives. This includes work within the
wireless, broadband, cable, and satellite technology.
Nokia 9110 with
FujiFilm digital camera enables the Bluetooth enabled cellular phone to act as a
digital camera. A user takes a picture and then messages the picture via the
Nokia 9110 to FujiFilm.net for prints.
At present no further information
about the product can be found on the Nokia site.