News: Digital Cameras
Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012
Panasonic announces a string of products including the 16.1-megapixel DMC-S5 and 14.1-megapixel DMC-S2, the Full HD video recording DMC-S27 with 14.1-megapixel MOS sensor and HD video recording DMC-SZ1 with 16.1-megapixel CCD sensor, plus four conversion lenses for the Lumix G system cameras.
Olympus announces five new digital compact cameras; three high-zoom models, a rugged compact and an entry-level compact.
Details of Fujifilm's first mirrorless camera have been confirmed: The X-Pro 1 has a new APS-C Trans-X image sensor which Fujifilm claims will exceed the resolution of most APS-C DSLR sensors and even rival that of full-frame DSLR cameras. Hit the link for more on the new camera (including video).
Friday, 6 Jan 2012
Fujifilm's debut mirrorless system camera has been leaked - the X-Pro 1 will feature an APS-C sensor and will launch with three native prime lenses. Click for more juicy details.
Fitness Technologies today announced the first line of full-day 8 hour Uwater Action Cameras and DX Extreme Dive Lights to be introduced at the CES 2012.
Friday, 23 Dec 2011
First announced in September, the FT1 mount adapter that lets you use F-mount lenses on Nikon 1 cameras is now available for S$399.
Thursday, 15 Dec 2011
The Speedlight SB-910 is an improved version of the SB-900, and is available at S$799.
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011
MIT researchers have come up with an imaging system that can capture light (or photons) moving in slow motion. You won't see this capability in cameras next year, but the researchers are confident that this technology will make an appearance in consumer photography sometime in the future.
Wednesday, 30 Nov 2011
Some improvements since its predecessor, the SB-900, include smoother operation with a refined UI, greater illumination precision according to scene, and the adoption of hard color filters.
Thursday, 24 Nov 2011
Constructed in Japan, the X-S1 features the Fujinon 26x optical zoom, offering a range of 24-624mm and a bright f/2.8 maximum aperture at the wide-angle setting.