Concord 3047 and Concord 4042 Introduced
Concord 3047 and Concord 4042 are announced today at PMA Show. The Concord 3047 and Concord 4042 are positioned as impulse buy digital cameras and are priced at at $79 and $99. The Concord 3047 is a 3 megapixel digicam with 4x digital zoom and 1.5” color TFT LCD. The Concord 3047 is a 4 megapixel digicam with 4x digital zoom and 1.5” color TFT LCD. Both cameras will be available in March 2005.
Concord Camera Corp. Press Release
Orlando, FL, February 20, 2005 – Concord Camera Corp. (“Concord”) (Nasdaq:LENSE), a leader in award-winning, high-quality, affordably-priced cameras, announced today a new line of digital cameras positioned as “Impulse Buys” at the Photo Marketing Association Trade Show (PMA). Designed to be the ideal camera for first time digital camera users as an excellent gift, Concord’s 3047 and 4042 take great pictures and are priced to sell at $79 and $99 respectively.
3 Megapixel Concord 3047 Super Slim Body
Priced at only $79.99, the 3 Megapixel Concord 3047 offers consumers unprecedented style and value—with features only available in much more expensive cameras, including an all-metal housing, white balance and exposure settings, 4x digital zoom, AVI movie, burst mode, 1.5” color TFT LCD, and built-in 16MB of memory. With dimensions of .94” (width) x 2.3” (height) x 3.5” (length), the super slim Concord 3047 is ideal for on-the-go consumers. For added convenience, the Concord 3047 functions as a PC camera as well. The Concord 3047 is similar to the Concord 3043 (previously announced at Photokina 2004), but with a larger 1.8” LCD and more color choices and is available in Metallic Silver.
4 Megapixel Concord 4042 with Easy Power-Up
Priced at $99, the compact Concord 4042 4 Megapixel digital camera features a unique “quick click” sliding power-up button strategically located on the front of the camera that enables users to quickly turn the camera on, so that they never miss a great photo opportunity. The Concord 4042 combines a 4x digital zoom and a 1.5” color LCD with pre-set exposure and shutter settings for mistake-free photo lighting. The camera’s voice recording feature enables users to record voice memos on still images while shooting so they always remember who is in every shot. The Concord 4042 also takes MPEG movies with sound up to 15 frames per second that can easily be emailed to family and friends, comes with 16MB of internal memory, and is expected to be available in March 2005.
For more information, see the web site: http://www.concord-camera.com