News: Digital Cameras
Wednesday, 11 May 2011
Nikon announces the discontinuation of COOLPIX S4100 and S6100.
Tuesday, 3 May 2011
Available in black, silver, blue and pink, the HMX-Q10 is a light and compact camcorder designed to bring together Samsung's full HD camcorder technology, with a high quality BSI CMOS sensor and advanced video functions that make recording movies simpler than ever.
Panasonic has unveiled four new additions to its range of LUMIX digital cameras, making for more memories of all photo-worthy occasions.
Thursday, 28 Apr 2011
Nikon has announced a brand new AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G lens, which updates the 2002 AF 50mm f/1.8D lens. The new lens comes with a built-in Silent Wave Motor (SWM), which means it can be used with both FX and DX cameras as well as entry-level DX cameras like the D5100 which don't come with auto-focus motors built in.
Wednesday, 27 Apr 2011
The HXR-NX3D1P NXCAM Professional 3D Compact Camcorder, the latest addition to its NXCAM series, has been created to allow all video professionals to take advantage of full HD 3D shooting through its low price, compact size, ease of use and convenient workflow.
Tuesday, 19 Apr 2011
The New York Times has noticed that the iPhone 4 is fast becoming the most popular camera in use on Flickr, rising in growth and now just trailing the Nikon D90 which is number one.
Monday, 18 Apr 2011
While we're still waiting for the Nikon D5100's local price to be confirmed, according to Engadget the camera has started selling in the United States's Best Buy stores for US$900, while Amazon is taking pre-orders for US$800.
Friday, 15 Apr 2011
David Pogue of the New York Times reveals that a new Flip camcorder had originally been due to ship, one day after Cisco announced it was killing off the Flip business.
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2011
With a powerful output of GN43, the compact yet versatile HVL-F43AM flash from Sony is optimised for superb results with all A-mount cameras.
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2011
Cisco kills the Flip division after spending $600 million for it in March 2009. It will remove 550 positions in the next three months.