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Company Introduces Flash for Mobile Phones
Posted on 21-Mar-2006 08:16 | Tags Filed under: News


Company Introduces Flash for Mobile Phones
Foxden Holdings, LLC has introduced Phlash, a universal cameraphone flash designed to provide even lighting for mobile phone photography.

Measuring just over an inch wide, Phlash resembles a silver button that can either be stuck to the back of a cameraphone or hung from the phone via an included strap.

To emit the flash, users have to press on Phlash while clicking the capture button on the cameraphone.

The light-emitting array built into Phlash is engineered to provide full-frame lighting that's even and color-balanced, eliminating hotspots and washouts. Designed for the close-up pictures usually taken with cameraphones, Phlash provides optimal performance at a distance of one meter, or about two arms' lengths away.

Phlash includes a replaceable lithium coin-type batteries providing hundreds of brief flash cycles.



More information: http://www.phonephlash.com...




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