The diminutive Lowepro Adventura 120 is a minimalist camera bag that shouldn't attract too much attention - which can be an important security consideration in our uncertain world. With enough room for a DSLR or an ultrazoom, it carries on Lowepro's reputation for usability, robust construction, and quality materials.
Panasonic announces today the availability of two class 10 SDXC memory cards.
Olympus announces today the E-P2, successor to their rangefinder-style E-P1. The E-P2 now carries the banner for Olympus's chic Micro Four Thirds "Digital Pen" series, boasting improved AF performance, new art filters, and an accessory port ready to accept the articulating EVF announced with the camera today. We've got our hands on a pre-production model, so read on for hands-on photos and video with the E-P2.
Ready to accessorize? We took a look at the latest offerings from a couple of bag manufacturers at the PhotoPlus Expo. Whether you're looking to keep that shiny new PowerShot G11 looking fresh or you're on the hunt for a bag that will accommodate a laptop and your DSLR, there's a bag out there for you.
Lexar Media announced it will offer a Professional 600x CompactFlash (CF) card, a new memory card that provides enhanced speed and performance for professional photographers and advanced photo enthusiasts capturing high-definition images and videos on digital SLRs.
Nobody could accuse Sony of skimping on features for their Cyber-shot DSC-G3. With built-in WiFi, web browser, 4GB internal memory, and a sizable 3.5 inch touch screen, this slender camera differentiates itself from every other consumer digicam on the market. But is the G3 just a techno novelty, or is it worth its premium price tag?
Today photographers have a new solution for high speed digital photography. The new SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash memory cards feature a new "Power Core Controller," enabling lightning-fast read and write speeds of up to 90MB/s over a UDMA-6 bus. Read on for more details and a hands-on preview with one of SanDisk's new pro memory cards.
In an August 4, 2009, press release, Toshiba Corporation announced the launch of the world's first 64GB SDXC (extended capacity) memory card.
Eye-Fi, Inc., a producer of wireless memory cards, has introduced the Eye-Fi Geo card, a new wireless SD memory card that allows users to automatically upload photos from a digital camera to an Apple Mac computer and offers lifetime geotagging service.
In a July 13, 2009 press release, Sony announced its 32GB Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX.
SanDisk has announced the introduction of the 32 gigabyte SanDisk Extreme SDHC memory card. The new card features up to 30 MB/s read and write speeds, making the SanDisk Extreme the fastest Class 10 SDHC card in the world at the time of its release.
Wireless memory card manufacturer Eye-Fi has just unveiled another SDHC card, the Eye-Fi Pro. It adds support for the wireless transfer of RAW files in addition to JPEG and video files.
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