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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Cashcashpinoy's Rollei Camera Pack for 55% Off - Discount Vouchers Philippines

A Rollei 302 digital camera for PHP2149 only is another great buy from cashcashpinoy. The only downside I can see with this gadget is the battery life since it only uses a 2x AA which I think would be much better if it's a lithium battery. But overall, a great value for your money. Where else can you get this kind of offer?

HD 720p High Definition video resolution, 30 fps
Shutter speed: 1~1/2,000 sec.
Red-Eye-Reduction, Preflash and Slow Sync
Adjustable White Balance: auto, tungsten, daylight,
1 + 2 fluorescent, cloudy and manual
Software: MediaImpression 2.0, Panorama 4.0
(supports Windows XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows 7

Technical features
Image sensor 12 Megapixels 1/2.33“ CCD Sensor
ISO Auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
Resolution Still Image: 12M (3968x2976), 8M (3264x2448), 4M (2304x1728),
2M (1600x1200), VGA (640x480) |
Video: 720p/30 fps, Motion-JPEG, VGA, QVGA
Objective Autofocus Rollei Apogon Objective
Aperture: F = 3.0 (W) – 5.6 (T) | Focal lenght: 6.2 mm – 18.6 mm,
34 mm – 102 mm, 35 mm film equivalent
Zoom 3x Optical Apogon Zoom | 6x Digital Zoom
LC-Display  2.7“ Colour-TFT-LCD (6.85 cm)
Memory internal: 32 MB | Slot for SD/SDHC Cards up to 32 GB
Self-Timer 2 sec., 10 sec., 10+2 sec., self portrait
Data Format Still Image: DCF, JPEG (EXIF 2.2) | Movie: Motion-JPEG
Connectors USB
Power Alkaline batteries, 2x AA
Language German, English, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Dutch,
Russian, Simplified and Traditional Chinese
Dimension 96 x 60.7 x 27.7 mm (21.6 mm)
Weight 114 g (without battery and memory card)
System Requirements PC: MS Windows XP/Vista/7 | Mac: OS 10.3.9 or higher

And oh by the way, I already received my Philips Gogear Ariaz from one of the trusted daily deals Philippines site Cashcashpinoy. So far, all of my transactions with them went smooth.


  1. so if it says it uses alkaline AA, we can only use that type? we can't use a rechargeable battery? i was thinking of buying the likes of GP rechargeable which I'm used to using. now i don't know. i sure would've wanted to buy this one as well...

  2. That's the recommended battery type since it uses 1.50V which the device might need to fully operate and maximize the use of its battery power.

    If you use rechargeable battery like NiCad or NiMH then there's a possibility it could easily discharge since this device requires 1.50V. However, I don't think that you'll have an issue using rechargeable battery on this cam.

    You can check the references below: