As Canon's most affordable full-frame camera, the EOS 6D might very well be somebody's first full-frame DSLR. With a 20.2MP sensor and built-in Wi-Fi plus GPS, the 6D looks attractive on paper but comes with a few trade-offs. Find out if those trade-offs are worth it.
The 1D X represents the pinnacle of Canon's DSLR camera technology, and it mostly doesn't disappoint. It succeeds not just one, but two previous high-end cameras, and ups the game with faster frame-rates, higher ISO settings and improved handling. But there's something about its auto-focus you need to know.
While the end of 2012 is approaching, Canon reveals that it's not done yet with the camera releases. In addition to unveiling its most affordable full-frame DSLR, the EOS 6D, there are also five new PowerShot cameras. Now, which camera should you ask Santa for this coming Christmas?
The Nikon D600 is an exciting camera for one big reason: its price. While S$3,249 isn't something to be sneezed at, it's the most affordable full-frame camera from Nikon yet. Find out why this might very well be the most important camera of the year.
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.
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.
With a 41-megapixel sensor, what sort of image quality can be expected from the Nokia 808 PureView in real-world usage? We hit the streets with the 41MP cameraphone and brought along a Nikon D800 for the ride as well to find out.
In our review of the Nikon D800, we said that "it would be no exaggeration to call the Nikon D800 a quantum leap forward." See how the D800 performs against its nearly-identical twin, the D800E, which is supposed to shoot even clearer images.
Once in a long while, something comes along which changes the conversation entirely. Nikon's D800 camera comes with an unbelievably high resolution 36MP sensor - the highest yet in any DSLR. Find out what 36 megapixels really get you in this revolutionary new camera.