All Product Articles tagged ‘digital camera’
Nikon has refreshed its line-up with a bang with the D800 that features a jaw-dropping 36.3-megapixel full-frame sensor. Join us as we explore what's new on this D700 successor.
Poised to challenge its rivals who have been in the interchangeable lens camera market for quite a while, the new Fujifilm X-Pro1 with its 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor is the new ILC to watch out for. Here's our brief hands-on with Fujifilm's star of the year from CES 2012.
You'll probably know the Polaroid brand for its instant cameras. But have you seen a Polaroid camera, and to top it off, runs on Google Android? We got some hands-on time with the Polaroid SC1630 Android HD Smart Camera, and here's our initial impressions.
Don't mistaken the SLT-A65 as a dumbed down version of the A77, for it still sports a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, an OLED viewfinder, full HD progressive movie recording, and a burst speed of up to 10fps. Here's our verdict on this S$1,400 camera.
At first impression, the W570 is a very small and light compact camera which sports a metallic front fascia and a plastic back with a chrome lining. With so many compacts in the market these days, how will this one stand out? We dig in.
Is it overkill to have a 24.3-megapixel sensor in a mirrorless camera? What about an XGA OLED viewfinder? And let's not forget about the support for native progressive-scan full HD video. Yes, we're talking about the NEX-7, arguably the camera of 2011. Here's our full review.
With its 14x zoom lens, 16-megapixel CMOS sensor, in-lens anti-shake system, and a laundry list of automated modes, the Coolpix S8200 looks to be a great jack of all trades point-and-shoot camera. Let's dive in for more details.
The Sony Alpha NEX-7 is without doubt the most powerful mirrorless interchangeable lens camera in the market right now. Just look at its specs: 24 megapixels, 10fps burst speed, 1080p video recording with full manual control and an XGA OLED viewfinder. Check out our hands-on video inside.
Encased in a flashy, protective chrome finish is the 14-megapixel WB210. It's a 12x optical zoom lens, and weighs a reasonable 174g. Priced at S$499, is this compact camera worth it? Check out what we thought of it after the jump.
For those who loved the Olympus E-P cameras but found the prices a little dear, the E-PL1 offered a more affordable alternative minus the frills like dedicated controls, but with the same quality sensor and a built-in flash in a smaller body. The E-PL2 follows one year later with many improvements over the original. Here's our verdict of the follow-up model.