It's been two years since Nikon launched their flagship DSLR, the D4. Like the D3S for the D3, the D4S update brings with it some improvements and changes - but are they enough to spend on for an upgrade? Join us as we go hands-on to find out.
Held in Bali, the Samsung Forum 2014 revealed Samsung's latest products that include the Samsung Galaxy NotePRO tablet. Hit the link to find out more about the new releases heading your way really soon.
The Fujifilm X-T1 continues the retro heritage of their X-series, carrying on in the tradition of the X100S and the X-Pro1, and we just got to try it out for the first time. Check out how the camera feels in the hands and how the large EVF works in real life. Also, we talk local prices with Fujifilm.
Olympus adds another member to the OM-D family, the EM-10. A smaller and more affordable version of the EM-5, will it be the camera to sway more shutterbugs to the Olympus camp? We give you our first impressions after spending some time with it.
I suspect there's very little I can do to sway your opinion about the Nikon Df. I've never seen such a polarizing camera before, and chances are that you already hate it or love it. Depending on which, you'll either hate or love this review.
After two trips to Japan within a year, here's why I would travel with a mirrorless camera instead of a DSLR.
Like every other year, this year's edition of CES is a massive deluge of news and product releases. If the avalanche of coverage is giving you a headache, or literally TL;DR, we've the solution. Just give us 5 minutes to tell you the five key things you should know from this year's show.
We took the latest Samsung NX30 interchangeable lens digital camera for a quick hands-on test. All we can say for now is, Samsung's getting better at this.
Nikon unveils its latest entry-level DSLR, the D3300. It comes with a new sensor and no optical low-pass filter. So what else is different from its 18-month-old predecessor, the D3200? Join us as we find out.
In the not too distant past, you had to choose between size or power for a digital camera. Now however, you can have your cake and eat it too. The Panasonic Lumix GM1 is a sterling example of a camera that can be compact, well-made and powerful at the same time.
As HardwareZone celebrates its 15th year in operation, we take a look back at the last 15 years and discover the 15 most important, world-changing, game-busting gadgets to have been released by the hand of man. Love them or hate them, discover which ones made the cut right here.
As resident camera reviewer for HWZ, a lot of cameras pass through my desk, some bad, some good. The Fujifilm X100S is my favorite camera for 2013, here's why.
Fujifilm keeps making a certain kind of camera for a certain kind of photographer, and they deserve kudos for it. The X-E2 is a continuation of that tradition, it's better but still kooky in places, yet still manages to charm. Check out the best and worst of Fujifilm's latest X-Trans mirrorless camera.
The Sony A7s are the culmination of a dream: full-frame mirrorless cameras in a compact frame. The Sony A7R takes that dream up a notch by including a 36MP sensor inside without an optical low-pass filter. I thought it wouldn't work, and here's how the A7R changed my mind.
Panasonic has just wrapped the regional launch of their latest camera, the Lumix GM1. This mirrorless system camera marries beauty and brains; it's impossibly small, stylishly good-looking, and carries inside the high-performance 16MP sensor of the GX7. Check out our hands-on with the camera inside.
Shoot it, view it, print it, keep it! We've got everything to cover your cameras, monitors, printers and storage deals this Sitex 2013 - read on to discover some great deals!
Canon's S-series was one of the first few entries in the compact prosumer segment at a time when manufacturers were focusing on affordable DSLR cameras. So what does the latest model, the S120, bring to the table? Join us to find out how the S-series has evolved amid stiff competition.
The JVC GC-PX100B camcorder has a bright F1.2 lens, shoots AVCHD 1080/50p videos, and does high-speed recording at up to 500fps, thus making it suitable for low-light or sports scenes. We gave it a run to see how good it really is.
Announced in October, the Fujifilm X-E2 replaces the X-E1 as Fujifilm's more affordable mirrorless system camera option. The XQ1, on the other hand, is Fujifilm's latest advanced point-and-shoot. Read on to find out more details on these two new releases.
Let’s play a little thought experiment, and imagine an alternate universe, just one quantum away. In this alternate universe, there exists a camera company called Nikon, and it's been releasing cameras that are almost but not quite like the ones we've seen in our universe...