News: Digital Cameras
Friday, 28 Dec 2012
Toshiba is developing a light-field camera for use in smartphones and tablets. Like the light-field image sensor found in the Lytro camera, Toshiba's camera will allow photographers to change the focal point in an image after it's been shot.
Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012
Canon quietly retired the EOS 5D Mark II, leaving its successor, the EOS 5D Mark III to take the lead.
Monday, 24 Dec 2012
Foxconn has just invest $200 million for a 8.88% stake in GoPro camera makers, Woodman Labs.
Friday, 21 Dec 2012
According to leaks over at Photo Rumors, Polaroid is going to announce the world’s first Android-based, mirrorless interchangeable lens camera.
Thursday, 29 Nov 2012
Canon has just announced that their latest full-frame DSLR camera, the EOS 6D, will be available in Singapore from today. The camera comes in three kits, with a starting price lower than its direct competitor the Nikon D600. Click through for more.
Thursday, 22 Nov 2012
The Nikon 1 V2 will be available at SITEX 2012 starting today thru Sunday, with only limited sets available at Nikon's dealer stores. Available in black and white, prices start from S$1,299 to S$1,549.
Reports have been coming in of the Nikon D600's tendency to accumulate dust on its sensor. Photographer Kyle Clemens bought a brand new D600, and the first thing he did with the camera was to investigate the problem for himself. The results show a clear accumulation of dust on the camera's sensor over time.
Tuesday, 20 Nov 2012
The Casio EX-ZR1000 will be available at SITEX 2012 at S$599, ahead of its nationwide launch. In celebration of Casio Exilim's 10th anniversary this year, Casio will be launching a Casio exclusive limited edition model at the show as well.
Friday, 16 Nov 2012
Lytro, maker of the Lytro Light Field camera, has announced new light field capabilities for the camera. The new creative tools, called Perspective Shift and Living Filters, will be available via a free update to the Lytro Desktop app on December 5th, and will work with living pictures previously taken.
Thursday, 15 Nov 2012
The first Handycam with a 35mm full frame sensor from Sony, the NEX-VG900 packs a 24.3-megapixel Sony-developed full frame Exmor CMOS sensor approximately 40 times larger than the equivalent in ordinary consumer camcorders. It's also more than twice the size of the APS-C sized sensor found in other interchangeable lens Handycam models.