KYOCERA CONCENTRATES ON COMPACT DIGITAL CAMERAS:
Looking to double its market share of point-and-shoot digital cameras to 10 percent, Kyocera is putting digital SLR development on hold temporarily (although they are considering a comparatively less expensive APS-size sensor camera for the future). Present concentration will be on their RTune Image Processor which provides new Kyocera digital cameras with 1 second wakeup time, .07 sec shutter time lag and continuous shooting up to full memory. First camera with RTune is the present ultrapocketable (15mm thick) Finecam SL300R, with two more P/S cameras to come. Future goal: zero time lag.
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