- Digital Cameras
Friday, 22 Mar 2013
Fujifilm is extending its XP range of tough cameras with the compact FinePix XP200 and introduces the FinePix S8400W long zoom bridge camera. Both models come equipped with Wi-Fi capabilities.
Olympus has announced the Stylus XZ-10, an enthusiast camera with a fast f/1.8-2.7 lens and 5x optical zoom. The main difference between this and the flagship XZ-2 camera is its smaller size and sensor.
Thursday, 21 Mar 2013
Canon has just announced two brand new DSLR cameras, the 100D and the 700D. Canon calls the 100D "the world's smallest, lightest DSLR", and is essentially the mirrorless EOS M in a DSLR shell with better battery life. The 700D update brings it closer in specifications to the two and a half-year old EOS 60D.
Canon launches two new PowerShot superzoom cameras, the SX280 HS and SX270 HS, which are both capable of 20x optical zoom. The SX280 HS also features built-in Wi-Fi capability and GPS.
Wednesday, 20 Mar 2013
Starting 28 March, Canon will let its DSLR users try out popular Canon lenses before purchasing them in the newly launched Canon Lens 'Try and Buy' Programme. For a nominal fee, interested users will get up to two full days to try out their lenses of choice.
Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013
The two PowerShot models come with a help button which launches a quick menu on the LCD screen, providing easy-to-understand advice that's especially beneficial to users new to photography.
Thursday, 7 Mar 2013
The new "prosumer" Legria HF G25 has an array of manual functions and expandability options to aid in the realization of a discerning videographer's creative vision while the Legria HF R46 includes a new Baby Mode designed for chronicling a child's growing up years.
Tuesday, 5 Mar 2013
Nikon has announced three new Coolpix cameras, including one superzoom capable of 26x optical zoom as well as a new FX lens that covers a wide focal length of 80-400mm.
Nikon has just announced the Coolpix A, a compact camera with a DX-format sensor, the same sensor size found in its entry to mid-range DSLR cameras. The Coolpix A comes with a fixed 18.5mm (28mm equivalent) f/2.8 prime lens.
Canon has developed a highly sensitive, full-frame image sensor for low-light video capture. The sensor has a 1920 x 1080 pixel array, and can see impressively into the dark.