The double-digit-D series has traditionally been Canon's semi-pro DSLR range. That position came into question with the launch of the 7D; a new category in-between the 50D and the 5D Mark II. This probably explains the consumer-centric changes to the 60D as it succeeds the 50D, and begs the question whether it's a worthwhile upgrade. Read on for the answers.
It has been 14 months since the release of the Panasonic Lumix GF1, arguably Panasonic's most successful Micro Four Thirds camera to date. We've given the GF2 a spin, and here's what we found about the camera.
Coming less than a year after the S90 was released, the new Canon PowerShot S95 retains the large sensor and adds 720p video recording, a High Dynamic Range mode, Canon's Hybrid Image Stabilizer and HS System. But is its evolution enough? Perhaps the price cut is adequate, but read on to find out more.
Samsung launched the NX100 mirrorless interchangeable lens digital camera in Hong Kong today, and HardwareZone was there to catch it. Find out what's new and who the surprise guests were at the event.
It was high time that Panasonic released its successor to the popular LUMIX LX3. With the LX5 finally available, it's time to take a look under its hood to see if the reworked camera sensor improves dynamic range and noise performance. Was the LX5 worth the wait? We road-tested it to find out for you.
As promised, here is the second and concluding coverage of Panasonic's Digital Imaging Seminar, held in Hokkaido, Japan. We've included a video interview with two executives from Panasonic Japan and some comparison test shots between the LX5 and LX3.
The dream is a simple one: to take high-quality photos similar to a DSLR camera but with a camera the size of a compact, and Sony is the latest entrant to the scene with the NEX-5 and NEX-3 cameras. The NEX cameras pack an APS-C sized sensor - similar to entry-level DSLRs - into a really small body, but does its performance fulfill the dream?
Sony launched their new generation NEX cameras in Singapore with the surprise reveal of a new product to come.
CP+ is Japan's new photo event, held in Yokohama and scheduled for four days, from the 11th of March to the 14th. Over 80 companies were represented, including the big boys like Sony, Canon, Nikon, Panasonic and Olympus. Join us as we review the best of CP+ 2010.
The Micro Four Thirds digital camera system looks set to stay, as Panasonic reveals their latest cameras in the line - the Lumix G2 and the G10. Read on for a hands-on preview.