Some of us are blessed with good photography workflow habits. Some of us need a little help. The good people at Wolverine make backing up your photos one step easier with an all-in-one card reader/storage device. Is it the single device you need to keep your workflow working?
Fujifilm introduces the F800EXR, a compact ultrazoom with a 20x optical zoom lens updated to offer wireless image transfer to compatible smartphones and tablets.
The Optio WG-2 is the latest in Pentax's line of rugged cameras. It can handle drops, spills, dust and freezing temperatures. Still not impressed? Okay tough guy, take a look at our first impressions and see how it's shaping up.
Canon jumps into the mirrorless game with the EOS M interchangeable lens camera. Boasting an 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, the camera will offer a 3.0-inch touch screen and compatibility with new M-mount lenses, starting off with a 22mm f/2 or 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS option.
Samsung has announced a new digital camera, the Wi-Fi enabled MV900F, the successor to the MV800 that was released in 2011.
Updating the G series of Panasonic System Cameras today is the Lumix G5. It plays host to a higher-res LCD with touch functions, a re-tooled 16 megapixel Live MOS sensor and faster full resolution burst shooting modes. Some light interface and ergonomic updates give it a fresh yet still familiar face.
Today Panasonic introduces five new fixed-lens Lumix cameras, with the advanced LX7 and high-zoom FZ200 right at the top of the list. These cameras boast premium point-and-shoot features like bright lenses, high-resolution LCDs and 1080 HD video.
Panasonic takes the wraps off six new Lumix cameras today and we've got a hands on preview with three of them - the LX7 advanced compact, G5 system camera and FZ200 ultrazoom. See how they fared on and off the track at the Raceway in Sonoma.
Compact cameras equipped with GPS chips are capable of tracking where you take your photo and embedding the location info in the image file. If you're the type who tends to wander off the beaten path, one of these four compact cameras will do the tracking for you!
Fujifilm has announced that it has launched its Smart Publishing API (Application Programming Interface) that will help mobile developers earn revenue from photo-related applications.
Each month we tally up which cameras got the most views on the site, and for the past few months the camera with the top honors has been the Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS. See which point-and-shoot finally unseats the 300 in this month's roundup.
Samsung announces the advanced EX2F point-and-shoot today, taking the place of the TL500 with Wi-Fi sharing capability and a bright f/1.4 lens. A swiveling 3.0-inch display and a sturdy magnesium construction are the icing on the EX2F's cake.
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