- Digital Cameras
Thursday, 4 Feb 2016
GoPro CEO Nick Woodman announced that the company will be streamlining its camera portfolio in April by reducing the number of models to just three. Hit the link to find out which three models will still be available.
Wednesday, 27 Jan 2016
Owners of supported GoPro action cameras are now able to broadcast their live videos over Periscope. More details about this collaboration between GoPro and Twitter after the jump.
Friday, 22 Jan 2016
The well-loved X-Pro1 finally gets a successor - introducing the X-Pro2, a range-finder style camera infused with Fujifilm's latest and greatest technologies. More details inside!
Tuesday, 12 Jan 2016
The leading lens maker has been building lenses for a variety of cameras and now they’ve announced that they’re joining forces with Fellowe’s ExoLens brand to bring Zeiss quality to your smartphone.
The Fujifilm X-Pro2 sales page with some details is already up on Amazon China, even though the official launch date is this Friday. The same seller also leaked details of other new, unreleased cameras and accessories.
Wednesday, 6 Jan 2016
Olympus and Panasonic have both added new super telephoto lenses to the Micro Four Thirds family. Olympus’ new lens is now Micro Four Thirds’ fastest telephoto prime, while Panasonic’s new lens is Micro Four Thirds’ longest telephoto zoom.
Fancy a slim compact camera with 10x zoom, with a large 1” 20MP sensor for all that image quality? The new Panasonic TZ100 has you covered.
It's also the first Handycam to use an enhanced version of Sony’s Balance Optical SteadyShot 5-axis image stabilization system.
Nikon’s new flagship Speedlight, the SB-5000, is the first to come with a built-in radio for wireless use.
It took Nikon seven years, but the D500, the successor to the D300S, is finally here. The new DX flagship comes with a 20.9MP APS-C sensor, the same AF, AE and processor as the new D5, expanded ISO settings, 4K video shooting and more.