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Samsung brought us to the land of smiles and introduced three new digital compact cameras, two of which comes with two displays. The innovative cameras also feature touch-screen and Samsung's unique haptic technology.
Panasonic moves further along the high definition road with the introduction of the AVCHD Lite video format on the all new Panasonic LUMIX DMC-TZ7.
After the award-winning Panasonic LUMIX FX36 and FX38, we take a look at the latest FX48 to see how the newcomer fares.
Samsung delivered a salvo of audio-visual and digital imaging products recently at its annual roadshow event. As expected, their third-generation of LED HDTVs managed to steal the show the moment they were unveiled. We bring you the key highlights from the highly anticipated AV lineup refresh.
Leaving PMA 2009 behind, Olympus has officially introduced their summer lineup for all the photography enthusiasts out there. And we do mean all, because the Japanese company has unveiled a full flood of devices which includes nine compact cameras and two DSLRs. Check out all the products here!
Canon Singapore introduced the latest in their camcorder line-up yesterday with the unveiling of the new LEGRIA line. All seven camcorders, the LEGRIA HF S10, HF S100, HF20, HF200, FS22, FS21 & FS200 are a mix of standard and high definition camcorders and all record to flash memory. More details inside.
The Casio EXILIM EX-FH20 comes off as a specialist's camera with great zoom but fails to impress in low-light.
Equating slimness to attractiveness, it's evident that Sony's Cyber-shot T77 is pretty, well, pretty for the fashionable crowd. We'll show you why.
For all the camcorders and camera seekers out there, we have a truckload of stuff from the ongoing Panasonic LUMIX Asia Seminar 2009. Check out some of the highlights of this regional event that showcases a slew of new and improved digital camcorders and compact cameras!
Just nine days into the new year, and we are treated to the first DSLR introduction from Olympus. Featuring a 12.3-megapixel high-speed Live MOS Sensor and it's new TruePic III+ image processing engine, we took a quick peek at this new DSLR offering for 2009.