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Why Exact and Active? These two words make up "Xacti", a namesake given to Sanyo's new line of dual cameras and voice recorders. We joined the Japanese giant at Resorts World, 12 March, for the unveiling of their new products.
Riding on the new wave of heat (and of course, technology), Panasonic officially announced a whole slew of new Lumix compact cameras, HD camcorders and SD camcorders at Wave House, Sentosa. Read on for our in-depth event coverage.
The Micro Four Thirds digital camera system looks set to stay, as Panasonic reveals their latest cameras in the line - the Lumix G2 and the G10. Read on for a hands-on preview.
Canon's first product launch of 2010 kicked off with a plethora of new cameras and printers at the aptly named Heaven's Loft. Aside from the usual presentations, we managed to get a personal close-up hands-on experience on each product, including the eagerly anticipated EOS 550D.
We check out the first ever Samsung Southeast Asia & Oceania Forum held at the Suntec Singapore Convention Centre and found the latest from Samsung, including the brand-new Samsung NX10 camera and their new spiffy 3D TVs.
Olympus sure isn't letting up on its Micro Four Thirds offerings. The E-P2 came five months after the release of the E-P1 in June 2009, and three short months after the E-P2 comes the brand new E-PL1, announced today. Read on for the full details and our first hands-on impressions.
The dust has settled on the Apple announcements, so we now move on to something more 'down-to-earth'. Our next round is for the photography enthusiasts as we present some hands-on impressions of the new LUMIX lineup at this year's Panasonic LUMIX Optical Seminar.
The Veho Muvi Micro DV camcorder is a diminutive camcorder. It's only around the size of a large Bluetooth headset, yet it records 640 x 480 resolution videos at the maximum of 30 minutes per clip until your microSD card runs out of space. The very idea that something so small can record video is like something out of a spy movie and of course, we just had to give it a try.
The 1D Mark IV is, without a doubt the best camera any Canon user can buy out there. Snappy and accurate AF, superb noise control at high ISO, 16.1MP APS-H sized sensor, 10fps shooting speed and dual Digic 4 processors for heavy processing, the 1D Mark IV is any sport photographers' dream camera.
We take a first look at Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W1, the first camera with both 2D and 3D capabilities, and give readers a lowdown of its overall performance.