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Canon's Mark II users have been waiting three years for the third 5D in the series, and it's been well worth the wait - the camera has been vastly improved in nearly every aspect. Read on to discover how and why it's our Editor's Choice winner.
Inviting the HWM Team to experience “kyosei” (the philosophy of living and working harmoniously towards the future) firsthand, Canon Marketing Philippines flew us all the way to Japan last week to witness Canon’s participation in the third annual Camera & Photo Imaging Show (CP+).
Reporting from Nikon HQ, we hear directly from the company about the new D800 DSLR camera and 12 new Coolpix digital compact cameras. Why 36MP for the new DSLR, and why 12 new Coolpix compacts? Plus, our first-hands on with the D800 with pictures.
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.
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.
Nikon has revealed the details behind the D4 their next-generation flagship DSLR camera. The full-frame DSLR improves upon the 2-year old D3s in every which way, including better image and video performance as well as new Ethernet and XQD memory card ports.
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.
After four years, the successor to Sony's Alpha A700 semi-pro DSLR has finally arrived. The SLT-A77 uses the company's translucent mirror design, has a top burst shooting speed of 12fps, and shoots full HD videos in 50p and 25p formats. But these are not all it's capable of. Come on in to find out more!
The Canon EOS 600D doesn't seem very different from the 550D. Or does it? 18-megapixel stills, 1080p (24 fps) video and a 3-inch vari-angle LCD are just a few of its long list of features. Tempted? Hit the jump to find out more and how it performs.
Now this is one camera we've been waiting for. The Nikon D90 was one of Nikon's most popular DSLR cameras, both among enthusiasts and professionals. But it was also two years old and begging for a refresh. And here it is in the form of the D7000.