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At its very first Digital Imaging Roadshow, Samsung unveils its 2008 lineup of compact cameras, DSLR and HD digital camcorders, setting out to impress consumers with its commitment towards digital imaging quality. Here's a quick peek at the range of imaging devices, coming to a store near you very soon!
Sony's Cyber-shot series adds a new member to its family with the Cyber-shot T300, packed in a stylish silver chassis with up to 10.1-megapixels of imaging prowess.
Compact, powerful and elegant are the traits one look for in a compact digital camera, and Sony delivers all three with its latest Cyber-shot W-series model, the DSC-W120.
The PMA 08 International Convention and Trade Show has finally kicked off and we're in the thick of it, bringing you our coverage of the latest in photo and imaging innovations and technologies, plus a first glimpse of the most anticipated cameras announced for 2008.
If you thought 2007 was a good year for Panasonic, you're going to love what they had at a special pre-PMA (Photo Manufacturer's Association) launch event to introduce several updates and new comers to the Lumix range of compacts. We even test drove their new TZ15 over the Grand Canyon!
Equipped with Samsung's advanced flash memory technology, the Samsung VP-HMX10C is a keeper.
With the launch of Sony's new Alpha A700, they aim to raise their stake in the DSLR market to 10%. To find out the impact of this newcomer, we interviewed Mr. Keiichi Ishizuka, Sony's Deputy Senior GM of the digital imaging group to share with us more design and feature highlights of the A700 and their roll out strategy.
Nikon's new D3 and D300 have finally been announced, much to the delight of Nikon users and adoring fans, but really, it's Nikon who's the most relieved to have finally made the D3 and D300 official. Now, Nikon finally has what it needs to make a huge step forward.
It's time to put dream into reality with the Nikon D40, a Digital SLR Camera that is both affordable and user-friendly.
While many may say that the 400D is Canon's response to Nikon's and Sony's 10MP offerings, the fact that it outgunned the mid-range 30D (8.0-megapixel) using a new never-seen-before 10-megapixel sensor shows that the 400D is more a natural progression than a knee-jerk reaction.