September 2010 Camera Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for September 2010. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

Camera Articles for September of 2010

Below are the 39 Camera articles for September of 2010

The touch trend continues, Sony debuts new Bloggie Touch pocket HD camcorder

First Kodak had it, then JVC. Now it appears Sony has the touch as the Handycam maker today announced its new Bloggie Touch pocket HD camcorder.

Samsung unveils HMX-T10 HD camcorder with angled lens

Samsung today debuted the HMX-T10, a high-definition camcorder with a lens angled 20 degrees upward for a more natural grip when shooting.

Canon Expo 2010

The Canon Expo recently took New York by storm, and DCR had an early pre-show look exhibits. We found some new lenses, futuristic prototypes (including the so-called Wonder Camera) and[...]

Olympus SP-800UZ Review

The Olympus SP-800UZ doesn't lack anything in zoom power. That 30x optic offers a wide range of shooting possibilities from wide to telephoto. Can the rest of the camera's features[...]

Nikon Coolpix S80 and S8100 update S series

Nikon introduces the S80 and S8100 today. The S80 sports a 3.5-inch touch screen and the S8100 gets an upgrade to full 1080p HD video. Read on for more of[...]

Nikon Coolpix P7000 packs 7.1x zoom, HD video

With camera announcement season fully underway, Nikon adds the Coolpix P7000 to its advanced point-and-shoot line. The P7000's key upgrades over the previous generation include a 7.1x optical zoom and[...]

Corel Releases PaintShop Photo Pro X3 Ultimate

Corel has announced the release of PaintShop Photo Pro X3 Ultimate.

Pentax K-r gets faster, goes wireless

Pentax unveils the K-r entry-level DSLR today. As a step-up to the K-x, the new DSLR will offer higher burst shooting rates and infrared data transmission.

Pentax Optio RZ10 and customizable RS1000 launched

Pentax introduces two new Optio cameras today, the 10x zoom RZ10 and the unique cosmetically customizable RS1000 with interchangeable faceplates.

Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS

The Canon PowerShot SD3500 features a 3.0-inch touch screen, optical image stabilization and 720p HD video recording.

Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS First Look

The PowerShot SD3500 is Canon's second touch screen point-and-shoot, and unlike the SD980, it doesn't offer any physical buttons on the back panel. Take a look at some first thoughts[...]

Canon PowerShot SX130 IS

The PowerShot SX130 is a AA-powered 12x ultrazoom. It’s considerably larger than an ultracompact point-and-shoot, but it’s smaller than a 24x or 30x optical zoom ultrazoom heavyweight. It offers a[...]

Olympus E-5 gets resolution boost, hands-on preview

Olympus refreshes its top-of-the-line DSLR today introducing the E-5. Higher sensor resolution and HD video bring it up to speed with current competition. We've had some hands-on time with a[...]

Samsung NX100 loses EVF, gains smart lens function

Samsung makes the NX100 official after a series of odd leaks. The good news? It's a slimmer, sleeker version of the NX10 and it still packs an APS-C sized sensor.[...]

Canon PowerShot G12, SX30 tantalize enthusiasts

Canon announces the PowerShot G12 today, an update to the advanced G series, alongside the PowerShot SX30 IS packing a 35x optical zoom lens. These cameras offer enthusiast-focused features like[...]

Sony Alpha NEX-3

The Sony NEX-3 offers a 14.2 megapixel APS CMOS sensor. It features a 3.0-inch tilting LCD, Sweep Panorama mode, and 720p HD video recording.

Nikon D7000 offers new sensor, 1080p video

With photokina fast approaching, Nikon has announced the D7000, a new mid-range DSLR. Noteworthy features include a new 2016-pixel metering system, 1080p HD video and a 16.2 megapixel DX-format sensor.

New Nikkor AF-S 35mm f/1.4G and AF-S Nikkor 200mm f/2G ED VR II lenses

The Nikkor 35mm f/1.4 and 200mm f/2 lenses announced today are respectively the eighth and ninth new lenses from Nikon this year.

Canon PowerShot SX130 IS Review

Canon's Powershot SX130 IS joins the compact ultrazoom posse as the SX120 rides off into the sunset. With a 12x optical zoom, it boasts a longer lens, and the requisite[...]

Photokina 2010: Looking Ahead

The international imaging mega-show Photokina is just around the corner, and DCR is headed to Cologne, Germany. We'll bring you news, images and product first looks straight from the show[...]

Casio Exilim EX-H20G lives the GPS integration dream

Casio merges high-zoom and GPS functionality today in the Casio Exilim H20G. Making good on a concept first displayed at CES 2010, the "Hybrid" Casio H20 is equipped with geo-tagging[...]

Casio Exilim EX-Z16 entry-level point-and-shoot announced

Casio launches another slim, entry-level Exilim camera today in the form of the EX-Z16.

PENTAX Announces the K-5 DSLR, 18-135mm Lens

Today at Photokina, scrappy camera manufacturer Pentax announced the upcoming K-5, a new flagship DSLR for their K-series lineup.

Pentax K-5 First Look Review

PENTAX today announced the newest update to its family of DSLRs - the top-of-the-line K-5 camera body. A high-end "prosumer" camera, the K-5 is an evolutionary update to the previous[...]

Photokina 2010: The Unofficial First Day

Officially, Photokina begins on Tuesday. That doesn't stop manufacturers from banging out announcements and press conferences a day early. Read on for Fuji's surprising X100 announcement, a brief hands-on with[...]

Panasonic announces revamped Lumix DMC-GH2

It may have leaked like a faucet, but Panasonic's Lumix DMC-GH2 has now been made official. Read on for the specs and details on what's new for Panasonic's latest Micro[...]

Panasonic launches 14mm, 100-300mm and 3D Micro Four Thirds lenses

With the Lumix GH2, Panasonic announces a new 14mm prime lens, a 100-300mm telephoto zoom, and a 3D lens for its Micro Four Thirds system. Read on for more details[...]

Sony at Photokina: NEX firmware on the way, advanced DSLR details

Sony Europe announced at a press conference this afternoon at Photokina that a forthcoming NEX firmware upgrade will provide AF capability with alpha lenses. Sony also released more details about[...]

Olympus at Photokina: Big Ideas for Small Cameras

At Photokina 2010 Olympus announced a new concept camera. The point-and-shoot's defining feature will be a high-quality Zuiko lens, going where no other Zuiko has gone since the 80's. Take[...]

Photokina 2010: Hasselblad announces Ferrari cam

That's right, medium-format maven Hasselblad announced at Photokina a limited edition Ferrari camera. They've got a few other projects debuting today as well, including a pair of new lenses and[...]

Cisco updates Flip UltraHD and MinoHD line

DCR was wondering when Cisco would get back into the pocket camcorder game with a new Flip, considering recent announcements by Sony, Kodak and others of rival devices. This week,[...]

Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 brings Content Aware Fill feature

Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 for the Mac and Windows PC has hit the market complete with upgraded functionalities, including the new Content Aware Fill that was previously only available in[...]

Photokina 2010: Serious Compacts

We've had a chance to check out some newly announced compact cameras on the show floor, and the verdict is in: they mean business. Read on for impressions and show[...]

Samsung NX100 First Look

Samsung turned DCR loose in Cologne for a day with a shiny new NX100 unit at this year's Photokina. We've got first impressions and sample images from one of the[...]

Photokina 2010: Standout Point-and-Shoots

We've already had a look at some

Picture-perfect printer options for photogs of all types

A picture is worth a thousand words. Unfortunately, there isn't much to say if your prints are of poor quality. Take a look at our guide to home and office[...]

Photokina 2010: Wrapping Up

Photokina, the grand daddy of all imaging tradeshows, has come to a close after a week-long run at the cavernous Koelnmesse in Cologne. Take a walk down memory lane with[...]

Canon Vixia HF M32 First Look

Canon proudly displayed the Vixia HF M32 high-definition camcorder at Canon Expo 2010, allowing DCR a chance to spend some time with the newest addition to Canon's well-regarded consumer camcorder[...]

Canon PowerShot S95 Review

Canon revived the PowerShot "S" series with the S90 last year. The PowerShot S95 follows up on its success with the addition of HD video and some revisions under the[...]