- Digital Cameras
Friday, 24 Feb 2012
Panasonic has revealed in an interview that they're planning to release a "very high-end (Micro Four Thirds) camera", as well as increase their focus on MFT lenses. It's not clear if Panasonic is referring to the GH3 or an entirely new camera, but they say that their increased efforts is based on the possibility of a Canon mirrorless system camera coming later this year.
Wednesday, 22 Feb 2012
The newest addition to the Exilim family of digital camera, the EX-ZR20 boasts a wide-angle 25mm and 8x optical zoom lens.
Friday, 17 Feb 2012
Canon announces three new digital compact cameras, including the flagship PowerShot G1 X. The successor to the PowerShot G12 comes with the largest image sensor ever seen in a compact camera, which rivals the size of sensors found in Micro Four Thirds cameras.
Thursday, 16 Feb 2012
Panasonic released the first mirrorless system camera, the G1, in October, 2008. A year later, mirrorless system cameras made up 11.1% of total interchangeable-lens camera sales in Japan. Since then, mirrorless system camera growth has been steadily growing.
Olympus introduces four new cameras - the SZ-14, VG-150, VG-170 and VR-350.
Wednesday, 15 Feb 2012
Tilt-shift photography seems pretty interesting but many have not given it a go due to the rather high prices of the tilt-shift lenses, but now the concept of tilt-shift photography is within reach with Lensbaby's new Edge 80 Optic.
Friday, 10 Feb 2012
Incorporating the new iHS (Intelligence, High Sensitivity and High Speed) family of technologies in the new Olympus TG-620, users can shoot great images even in lousy conditions.
Thursday, 9 Feb 2012
Sony Singapore has informed us that the NEX-7 will be available from February 15, at a price of S$1,799 for the body.
Sony has gone on record to say that the NEX system will have 15 lenses by the end of 2013.
Sigma has announced a price drop for its SD1 flagship DSLR and upgrades for its DP1 and DP2 large sensor compacts. All three cameras are getting a new name too.