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Nikon's finally released a successor to the popular D700 camera, the new D750, and it again offers an excellent combination of features that will appeal to both professionals and enthusiasts in an easy to handle form. A recipe for success?
With Canon's PowerShot G7 X jumping on the 1-inch sensor bandwagon, and Sony dominating the digital compact scene with its Cyber-shot RX100 series, Panasonic throws a curve-ball with the Lumix LX100. Inside it is a Micro Four Thirds sensor. Can it overthrow the competition?
HTC's RE camera is a big departure from the company's usual offerings. The tiny handheld 'lifestyle' camera is armed with a 16MP f/2.2 lens and a single shutter button for photos and videos. That's it, no viewfinder, no flash module, no options menu. It's the epitome of point and shoot. We took it out for a day in New York.
The top of the compact camera segment has been dominated by Sony's CyberShot RX100 series for the last two years, but with Canon's new PowerShot G7 X that also boasts a compact frame with a 1-inch sensor and all that you expect out of Canon's prosumer series, including ease of use, it seems Sony has just met its toughest challenger yet.
The X-T1 is Fujifilm's first DSLR-style, weather-resistant mirrorless camera in its X series. When paired with a weather-resistant lens like the Fujinon XF 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 WR OIS, this good-looking and performing camera is a dream come true for many camera enthusiasts. More after the jump.
Tapping into the F1 theme, Canon held a launch for the highly anticipated EOS 7D Mk II, with three new lenses in tow. Also announced are three new PowerShot compact cameras, including the PowerShot G7 X that packs a 20MP, 1-inch-type sensor. More details after the jump.
Nikon just announced the enthusiast-oriented D750 full-frame DSLR, a new 20mm F1.8 lens, a new Speedlight, as well as a new Coolpix camera. We had a chance to have a quick look at these products before they hit the stores here, and here are our first impressions.
Sony is back with the third version of its RX100 prosumer compact, which is sensibly called the RX100 III. Except this time it’s two hundred dollars more expensive, at S$1,199. The company thinks that the faster lens and built-in electronic viewfinder justify the increase in price, but does it really add value to the entire package?
We traveled to Japan to take a closer look at Casio's new Exilim EX-FR10, a surprisingly fun outdoors digital camera with a detachable modular body.
Meet Olympus' newest Pen, the E-PL7. Here are our first impressions of this new addition to the Pen family.