Sports%2520Photography 2010 Camera Articles

Popular Sports%2520Photography Articles for 2010

Essential Upgrades for Beginner DSLR Users

Just bought your first DSLR? Welcome to a world of endless accessory options. Lenses, bags, filters, tripods - there are countless ways to expand and customize your DSLR arsenal. Before[...]

Canon PowerShot G12 Review

Nobody is calling the PowerShot G12 revolutionary. HD video and in-camera HDR processing are a few of the updates to this flagship model, features that are, well, so 2009. What[...]

Canon EOS Rebel T2i Review

Only ten months after the flagship Rebel T1i hit the market, it has passed the flag over to the newly-introduced Canon EOS Rebel T2i. Apart from a strong physical resemblance[...]

Nikon Coolpix S6000 Review

The Nikon Coolpix S6000 mimics the shape of its bigger brother, the S8000. Though the S6000's 7x zoom lens doesn't reach quite as far as the S8000's, it goes a[...]

Kodak PlaySport Review

The Kodak PlaySport is not only the newest pocket HD camcorder on the market, but it's also waterproof up to three meters. Find out how well it performs on land[...]

Canon EOS 1D Mark IV Review

The Canon EOS 1D Mark IV is the latest evolution at the top of Canon's DSLR line. Along with the higher-res 1Ds Mark III, it's the faster-shooting member of their[...]

Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7 Review

Panasonic has built a good reputation for their popular TZ and ZS series ultrazooms. The new Lumix ZS7 upholds that reputation, adding a 12x zoom and GPS functionality to a[...]

Sony Bloggie Touch Review

The new Sony Bloggie Touch features a 3.0-inch touch-enabled display, and a form factor that looks more like a cell phone than a camcorder. In the face of competition from[...]

Nikon Coolpix P100 Review

Barely a year after introducing the Coolpix P90 ultrazoom, Nikon is back with another "performance series" big-lens model, the Coolpix P100. Where the P90 featured a 24x optical zoom, the[...]

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX5 Review

The Panasonic LX5 offers a fully redesigned lens, sensor and image processing engine over its LX3 predecessor. Do these and other incremental changes give Panasonic the edge in a competitive[...]

Olympus E-5 Review

The Olympus E-5 is the newest top-of-the-line DSLR that uses a Four Thirds sensor developed by Olympus. What makes the E-5 unique is the addition of a higher resolution image[...]

Canon PowerShot SX30 IS Review

With an unprecedented 35x optical zoom lens, the Canon PowerShot SX30 IS wants to be the camera that does it all. That 24-840mm equivalent range covers your wide landscape shots[...]

Lensbaby Composer Review

It's easy to tell that the Lensbaby Composer isn't your standard prime lens. The images it creates aren't standard either - the ability to tilt and swivel the front portion[...]

Sony Alpha SLT-A55V Review

After our initial shooting session with the Sony Alpha A55 in the wild west, we've got a full review headed your way. How did the translucent mirror system hold up[...]

Shooting HD video with a compact camera

Most brand name point-and-shoot digital cameras on the market today feature a video mode, and an increasing number of them offer an HD video mode. We've put together a few[...]

Eye-Fi Pro X2 Review

Eye-Fi cards tempt photographers with the promise of wireless file transfers from a simple SD card straight to his or her computer. One of the latest versions of the Eye-Fi[...]

Nikon D7000 Review

The Nikon D7000 leans heavily on the "pro" side of the prosumer category. Features like 1080p HD video, a new 39-point AF system and a 16.2 megapixel CMOS sensor make[...]

Nikon D3x Review

That extra letter in the name of the Nikon D3x indicates an increase in megapixels over the previous model, the D3. The 24 megapixel D3x is positioned at the top[...]

Olympus E-P2 Review

The Olympus E-P2 bears a strong (and not accidental) resemblance to the old Pen F half-frame SLRs. We've had a good look at the camera's second-gen retro-chic design and made[...]

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7 Review

Sony has a reputation for incorporating innovative technology and sophisticated style into its T-series Cyber-shots - for a premium price, of course. The Cyber-shot TX7 follows the same trend, packing[...]