Seagull Launch CM9 Digital Twin Lens Reflex Camera

Seagull Launch CM9 Digital Twin Lens Reflex Camera  - Seagull has announced the CM9 Digital Twin Lens Reflex camera.

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Seagull CM9 in Compact Cameras

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Seagull, manufacturers of a variety of photography accessories including flashes and viewfinders, have announced the launch of the CM9 Digital TLR camera. The camera features a bright wide-angle 3.8x optical zoom lens, equivalent to 24-90mm, with optical image stabilisation. 

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Seagull CM9 Key Features

  • 10 megapixel 1/1.7inch sensor
  • 3.8x optical zoom lens, f/1.7-2.3, 24-90mm equivalent
  • Optical Image Stabilisation
  • 4.3inch touch screen (rear), 920k dots
  • 2.4inch top screen, 460k dots
  • 1cm macro mode
  • 6fps continuous shooting
  • FullHD video recording
  • Built in projector, 854x480, 40 lumens
  • Lithium ion battery, 600 shots

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Not strictly a Digital Twin Lens Reflex camera, the CM9 has a built-in projector, making it more of a digital camera styled like a DTLR. It has top 2.4inch screen and a 4.3inch rear touch screen as well as a 600 shot battery life. A remote shutter release is included, which can be neatly stored inside the camera. 

The built in projector will allow you to view images you've taken on a plain surface wherever you are. 

Seagull CM9 Other sample images

Pricing and availability is yet to be announced. 

 

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AlexandraSD 6 761 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2015 6:52PM
A built in projector?

Was ready to mock this camera but... its rather appealing and certainly takes retro styling to a whole new level, i can see this becoming popular among certain types of tog, but its not for me, though it would be interesting to spend the day shooting with it, just for the experience but not something i would buy myself. Cool camera though!

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meyeview 9 1.4k 1 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2015 9:42PM
i thought April fools day had been?
someone needs to change Seagulls office calendar.
6 Nov 2015 9:53PM
Well...if it's true, I think it looks very smooth (s'pose it would in promotional shots..)..

Could be a laugh to use, but expect it will be silly money...above my "buy it for a giggle" threshold I suspect..let's see...
The projector bit is of less interest though..

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