Ever fantasized having a projector built into a digital camera? Good news, I’ve just published my review of the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj, the world’s first (and currently, the only) digital camera with a built-in projector. Is Nikon’s projector-digicam really worth all the hype? Hit the link to find out! I’ve also posted sample photos taken using the camera in the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj photo gallery. What are you waiting for? Hit the link for our full review of the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj.
Special feature: Check out the section dedicated to the camera’s projector in our review!
Here’s the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj Photo Gallery containing full-sized pictures taken by the camera. Be sure to check out the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj review as well.
On the bright side, we still have our Canon EOS 1D Mark IV preview and comparison table vs the EOS 1D Mark III for you to check out.
There’s also a bunch of Nikon, Olympus and Panasonic cameras we have yet to review (I wouldn’t call it backlog, but just a lot of testing and shooting to do). So… ummm… yeah, what camera reviews would you like to see next?
The Canon EOS 1D Mark IV is Canon’s flagship camera. That is all.
It has 16 megapixels of resolution, EF lens mount, 3 inch VGA LCD, full manual controls, 1080p movie mode and more.
DPInterface Exclusive: Canon EOS 1D Mark IV preview (in-person). Here’s the third and final part of our extensive coverage of the newly announced Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, the moment you’ve been waiting for – our preview!
After previewing the very hot Panasonic Lumix GF1 last month (whose final review will be completed soon), I’ve been writing full reviews of cameras and didn’t think I would be writing another preview so soon. But then again, I didn’t see this one coming – I was recently given the chance to see, hear and feel a Canon EOS 1D Mark IV in person: a chance I couldn’t pass up.
The Canon EOS 1D Mark IV is Canon’s latest professional digital SLR, the much-awaited successor to the EOS 1D Mark III. Canon made several nice improvements here and there to its new flagship, the 1D Mark IV to please more photographers (hopefully, especially with the new AF system).
Continue reading the 1D Mark IV preview!
The second of our three part series about the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV is a comparison of the EOS 1D Mark IV versus its predecessor, the old EOS 1D Mark III. The Canon EOS 1D Mark IV brings several minor improvements as well as two big new features: the new 16 megapixel CMOS sensor and improved AF system. I’ve compiled all the changes into the handy table below:
The stuff here is gone (and I’m pretty sure experienced photographers/readers would know who and why). We will keep you posted once we receive a production unit Canon EOS 1D Mark IV in the future. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
HOWEVER we still have our Canon EOS 1D Mark IV preview (but no sample pictures sorry) and comparison table vs the EOS 1D Mark III for you to check out.
BREAKING NEWS: Canon has just announced their new flagship sports digital SLR, the new EOS 1D Mark 4! The Canon EOS 1D Mark 4 is set to compete with the likes of other sports digital SLRs (the Nikon D3s announced last week comes to mind). Let’s check out the EOS 1D Mark 4’s mind blowing specifications now:
Our hands-on preview and sample photo gallery from the camera will come later today!
16.1 megapixel CMOS (1.3X crop factor)
Canon EF lens mount
10 FPS burst mode at full resolution (up to 85 pictures in a burst)
ISO range of ISO 100-12,800 (Expandable to 50-102,400)
45 point AF (39 cross type points)
3 inch high-resolution LCD (921,000 pixels)
Full manual controls with RAW mode and flash hotshoe
Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) movie mode with sound; frame rates (24, 25 or 30) and other resolutions available
Dual memory card slots (Compact Flash Type I/II and SD/SDHC)
Uses a lithium-ion battery
Available in November 2009