- Digital Cameras
Wednesday, 9 Jan 2013
First announced in November last year, Canon Singapore has announced the launch of two new EF lenses in Singapore; the EF 24-70mm f/4 IS USM lens and the EF 35mm f/2 IS USM fixed prime.
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
Canon has just announced four new Legria camcorders, three of which are aimed at entry-level users. Advanced users would be pleased to know that the HF G10 finally has a successor - it's called the G25.
Samsung has announced its Camcorder QF30 with advanced Wi-Fi features and integrated live streaming service which makes sharing high quality movies easier than ever before.
The sequel to Olympus' powerhouse tough camera, last year's TG-1, the Tough TG-2 iHS goes to new depths with its features. THe TG-2 is built for the enthusiast photographer who's also an adventurer, the waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, crushproof and dustproof camera comes with a fast F/2 lens with converter-lens compatibility and the power to shoot Full-HD 1080p video.
Olympus has just announced what is possibly the world's most stabilized digital compact camera. What they've done is take the advanced 5-axis optical image stabilization from the flagship OM-D E-M5 and put it inside the Stylus SH-50.
Who says innovation is dead? Canon's new PowerShot N is a brand new concept that's about as new as anything we've seen from digital cameras in the last few years. It's not a spec powerhouse, but it is interesting - the N is built around a tilting touch-screen and comes with built-in Wi-Fi that lets you connect to your smartphone or tablet.
Sony has announced seven new Cyber-shot digital compact cameras, with an Optical SteadyShot feature that's up to four times more effective than last year's model. Plus, Wi-Fi!
Not intending to miss all the CES 2013 furore, Nikon has announced two additions to their Nikon 1 series cameras and another two additions to their COOLPIX series as well.
Sony has announced a new Handycam range of Full HD camcorders at the CES 2013. The new Handycam models come with proprietary Balanced Optical SteadyShot technology, Exmor R CMOS sensor, and Advanced Sound System (on selected models), among others.
Fujifilm has announced the successors to their high-end X100 and X10 cameras with the X100S and the X20. Both cameras come with Fujifilm's newly developed X-Trans CMOS II sensor, which Fujifilm says can increase resolution by 25% and reduce image noise by more than 30%.