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Panasonic's LX7 is the successor to their popular prosumer camera, the LX5. It features a much faster lens, among other improvements, and comes nearly two years after the release of the LX5. But even though the lens is brighter, the sensor size hasn't grown. Find out if that turns out to be good or bad news.
The EX2F is Samsung's latest entry into the premium digital compact camera space. With a bright F1.4 lens and Wi-Fi connectivity, should you consider the EX2F if you're looking for a high-performance compact? Read on to find out.
Nikon has just announced the D600, a 24.3-megapixel full-frame DSLR. At S$3,249, it's one of the more affordable full-frame DSLRs out there. Here's a summary of its features, and how it stacks up against the competition. And we've some hands-on photos to boot!
Sony has just announced its flagship Alpha interchangeable lens camera, the SLT-A99. Headline features include a new full-frame 24.3MP CMOS sensor, a dual AF system with 19 + 102 points, and full HD 60p video recording. Here's a list of its top features, and our observations after spending some time with it.
After a long week, IFA 2012 has come to an end. To conclude our coverage, here's a curated list of prominent announcements and our impressions of technologies that made the headlines at Europe's number one consumer electronics trade fair.
Here's what happened when a total of 80 participants had the chance to try their hand at food photography with Samsung's brand new NX1000 mirrorless system cameras at the latest HardwareZone PlayTest event.
The RX100 is Sony's latest entry to the premium digital compact camera market. While the RX100 doesn't pack GPS or Wi-Fi, it seems Sony is intent on providing a pure shooting experience with the RX100’s fast lens and large sensor. Could it be the dream digital compact we have been waiting for?
Shoot it, view it, print it, keep it. We've got everything to cover your cameras, monitors, printers and storage deals this Comex 2012...right after this jump!
Nikon introduces six new cameras, one of which runs Android and the other is delightfully small. Check out how the Android-powered Coolpix S800C performs and just how tiny the S01 is.
The successor to last year's D3100, the D3200 sports some serious specifications for an entry-level DSLR, such as a 24-megapixel CMOS sensor. It also offers full HD movie recording, a 4fps burst mode, and an 11-point AF system. So, how does this 'traditional' DSLR fare in our tests? Come on in to find out.