by Brad Soo on December 11
Olympus made an announcement today stating that they will start rebranding their Stylus SW/mju SW series of cameras as the Stylus Tough/mju Tough cameras, starting with the new models to be released in January 2009. This move is being made by Olympus to reflect the true nature, or rather give a more accurate description, of their durable line of cameras - which also happen to be waterproof and shockproof (some models are even freezeproof and crush proof). I wonder what […]
by Brad Soo on December 1
Nikon announced their new flagship 24.5 megapixel digital SLR today, which comes as no surprise if you’ve been keeping up with the numerous internet leaks of late last week. The Nikon D3X is a high resolution version of the D3 and will be sold alongside (not replace) the D3 as a studio camera.
The Nikon D3X’s current (and only) competitor is the Canon 1Ds Mark III SLR.
24.5 effective megapixels (CMOS sensor)
Nikon F-lens mount (No crop factor); also supports DX lenses […]
by Brad Soo on November 5
Olympus announced a new digital SLR today, the E30 which is placed a notch below their flagship E3 SLR.
12.3 effective megapixels (LiveMOS sensor)
Four Thirds system lens mount (2x crop factor)
Sensor shift image stabilization
SuperSonic Wave Filter dust removal
2.7 inch HyperCrystal II rotating LCD
New TruePic III PLUS imaging processor
Full manual controls with RAW mode and hotshoe
Built-in wireless externalflash control
11 point AF (Same as E3)
New Art Filters photo effects
Large optical viewfinder with 98% coverage and 1.02X magnification
Live view; with contrast detect AF […]
by Brad Soo on October 23