TotemoTech - 2024-06-18


Hello and welcome to today’s news from TotemoTech on June 18th, 2024. In today’s news, Nikon has announced its latest mid-range camera, the Nikon Z6III. This new model has reached a level of high performance that is impressive for a mid-range camera. It features a world-first stacked CMOS sensor, allowing for a maximum continuous shooting speed of 120 frames per second and internal recording of 6K RAW video. The body is priced at 435,600 yen.

Moving on to our next story, Yamada Holdings has announced a special collaboration with Funai Electric and JVC Kenwood to release the JVC Tunerless TV JL Series. This television is a commemorative model for Yamada Denki’s 50th anniversary. It offers a tunerless design and is part of the JVC brand.

In other news, a new karaoke service called ‘Karaoke Manekineko’ will be launching on July 1st. This service allows users to become virtual characters and sing and record karaoke songs. It provides a unique and immersive karaoke experience.

Next up, dating app Taple has launched a new matching app called ‘Koigram’. This app is free to use and aims to help users find serious relationships. It is open to all users, including LGBTQ+ individuals.

And finally, Nagoya University Hospital has issued an apology after a medical student from its School of Medicine posted photos of electronic medical records on social media. The photos included the names of two patients, and the hospital has expressed regret for this breach of privacy.

That’s all for today’s news. Thank you for tuning in to TotemoTech. Stay tuned for more tech updates in the future! Visit for the news, yen exchange rates, and a daily Japanese proverb.

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