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Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
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%.
Samsung has announced six Smart cameras at CES 2013. Hit the link for more details on the Korean chaebol's new Wi-Fi cameras.
Panasonic has introduced ten new digital compact cameras at CES 2013. Most come with 16.1 megapixels as standard, two cameras come with Wi-Fi and NFC (Near Field Communication) built in. Click through to see the power-hitters in Panasonic's latest.
Friday, 28 Dec 2012
Toshiba is developing a light-field camera for use in smartphones and tablets. Like the light-field image sensor found in the Lytro camera, Toshiba's camera will allow photographers to change the focal point in an image after it's been shot.
Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012
Canon quietly retired the EOS 5D Mark II, leaving its successor, the EOS 5D Mark III to take the lead.