Camera News

by Brad Soo on November 15

Panasonic announced their first dedicated 3D camera last week and it will become available soon just in time for Christmas. The camera sports two sensors and lenses to capture native 3D photos and video.

Dual 12 megapixel MOS image sensors
Dual 25 – 100 mm (f3.9 – f5.7) 4X optical zoom lenses
Optical image stabilization
3.5 inch wide touchscreen LCD (460k pixels)
Automatic shooting operation
Captures 2D photos at 12 megapixels; 3D photos at 8 megapixels
Camera can take two 2D photos at both ends of the […]

by Brad Soo on October 18

Canon EOS 1D X SLR
Canon has unveiled their new flagship digital SLR camera slated for next year, the flagship EOS 1D X SLR. The camera is big, solid and has plenty of manual controls. Serious hobbyists and professional photographers: mark your calendars, this is something you might want to consider if you’re already invested in the Canon EOS system and looking to step up your game.

18.1 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor
Canon EF lens mount; no crop factor (camera does not take […]

Panasonic updates 7 lenses with HD firmware
by Brad Soo on September 15

Panasonic has announced their new 1.1 firmware which updates seven of their Lumix G series lenses with the ‘HD’ designation. The HD update is a software one and promises better lens performance while recording HD movies on your Lumix interchangeable lens camera: autofocus that is silent and better at tracking focus, better exposure control and improved operation of optical image stabilization while recording video.
The 7 Lumix G lenses that will benefit from this update include:

Lumix G 8 mm f3.5 fisheye
Lumix […]

by Brad Soo on September 15

Canon PowerShot SX40 HS
Canon also made available a new super-zoom digital camera today, which doesn’t give you a ‘prosumer’ experience like the S100 (things like RAW mode and GPS are missing), but still has plenty of manual controls and a very versatile 35X optical zoom lens.
Canon PowerShot SX40 HS

New DIGIC 5 image processor promises better processing and noise reduction
12 effective megapixel (1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor; smaller and different versus the PowerShot S100’s sensor)
24 – 840 mm (f2.7 – f5.8) 35X […]

by Brad Soo on September 15

Canon PowerShot S100
Canon just announced a new pocket prosumer digital camera today. The long awaited successor to the PowerShot S90/S95 brings about a brand new sensor, processor, lens, GPS functionality and several software features to the table, as well as an old name, PowerShot S100 (Canon made a PowerShot S100 Digital ELPH something like 11 years ago)
Canon PowerShot S100

New DIGIC 5 image processor promises better processing and noise reduction
12 effective megapixel (1/1.7 inch Canon-made CMOS sensor)
24 – 120 mm (f2.0 […]

by Brad Soo on September 1

Samsung NX200
Samsung just announced a new compact interchangeable lens camera. The new Samsung NX200 looks to be a brand new competitor to the likes of the Olympus PEN cameras, Panasonic GF3 and Sony NEX 5N.
Samsung NX200

20.3 megapixel APS-C sized CMOS sensor (made by Samsung)
1.5X crop factor
Samsung NX lens mount; supports i-Function lenses that let you use the focus ring to adjust settings
3 inch AMOLED display (614,000 pixels)
Full manual controls with RAW mode and flash hotshoe (no built-in flash)
ISO range 100 […]

by Brad Soo on September 1

Samsung MV800
Samsung unveiled a new ‘premium’ pocket camera today, the MV800 Multiview. The camera earns its unique moniker from its upward-rotating LCD display where the whole back panel of the camera can be flipped up all the way to face yourself for self-portraits.
Samsung MV800

16 effective megapixels (CCD sensor)
26 – 130 mm (f3.3 – f5.9) 5X optical zoom lens
Optical image stabilization
3 inch touchscreen LCD; can flip up to 180 degrees for self-portraits
Smart Auto with auto scene selection; no manual controls
In-camera “Live […]

by Brad Soo on September 1

Samsung WB750
Samsung has also released a new compact super-zoom camera, the WB750 which replaces the less-than-a-year old Samsung WB700 (whose review we will be publishing soon). The WB750 has a familiar 18X optical zoom lens but sports a new backlit CMOS sensor, a couple of new shooting modes/features, bigger display and better movie mode.
Samsung WB750

12.5 effective megapixels (backlit CMOS sensor)
24 – 432 mm (f3.2 – f5.8) 18X optical zoom lens
Optical image stabilization
3 inch LCD (460,000 pixels)
Full manual controls and Smart […]

by Brad Soo on August 31

Fujifilm has just announced a very exciting new camera (Well, thanks to some folks who broke their NDA’s by leaking stuff on the net, the surprise has been spoiled slightly…), a new entrant into the compact prosumer camera market: their new FinePix X10. The FinePix X10 is a rangefinder style camera with a fixed lens and CMOS sensor, along with a bunch of manual controls which are bound to delight those looking for a travel/compact supplement to their existing digital […]

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