Fujifilm got the buzz started for the X100 at Photokina 2010 and kept it going through early 2011. Despite production setbacks, the X100 has finally arrived and we've got a batch of sample images fresh off its APS-C sensor. Take a look.» Read Article
Panasonic has just unveiled the most recent addition to its Lumix G Series of Compact Systems Cameras: the Lumix DMC-G3, a Micro Four Thirds camera with a DSLR form factor.
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 tips on how to get the best HD video from your compact camera in our latest DCR Workshop.
The new Canon PowerShot A3100 IS is a strong candidate for a graduation or Mother's Day gift. It's reasonably priced, easy to use, and thanks to a svelte rechargeable lithium-ion battery, very pocketable. We're taking a first look at the A3100 with our initial impressions as well as a few sample images.
Panasonic is currently traveling to major U.S. cities with its "Touch the Future Tour," an event that gives consumers hands-on time with new products unveiled at CES and PMA. We swung by the tour's Boston stop at Copley Place to get a hands-on look at Panasonic's latest digital cameras, including the Lumix G2.
The Canon PowerShot SX210 IS just arrived and our first impressions are here. There are plenty of reasons to look at the camera closely. A wide-aspect 3.0-inch LCD, manual exposure modes, and a bold 14x wide angle zoom lens are packed into a slim, and (in our case) unabashedly purple camera body. Take a look at some sample images as well as the new features.
Coby today unveiled three new camcorders in its budget Snapp line, pricing them between $30 and $80, well below the rival Flip and bloggie.
Panasonic announces today the Lumix DMC-G2 and Lumix DMC-G10 Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens cameras. Replacing the Lumix G1, the G2 will feature a 3.0 inch vari-angle touch panel LCD and a high-resolution EVF. The entry-level Lumix G10 offers many of the same features but will not have a touch screen.
Photographers who are already invested in a DSLR system may be looking at a camera like the Olympus E-P2 as a lighter secondary tool for situations that call for more anonymity than a bulky DSLR offers. We took the E-P2 out on the street in our latest On Assignment feature, giving it a field test as a low-profile, street photographer's camera.
Samsung confirms the rumors today - their TL500 advanced compact camera launches with a feature set designed to take on advanced compacts like the Panasonic LX3 and Canon G11. It debuts with a fast f/1.8 24mm wide angle lens, full manual shooting controls, and a swiveling 3.0 inch LCD. But will it be enough to pull customers away from other brands?
Samsung announces a new high speed compact camera on the eve of PMA 2010. The TL350 offers 1080p HD video recording, full-res bursts up to 10 fps, and slow speed movie recording at 1,000 fps. The 10.2 megapixel CMOS sensor is backed up by a re-vamped DRIMeIII image processor.
What once was a trade show concept has become an imaging reality. A couple of years after the launch of the first Micro Four Thirds camera, the Panasonic G1, we're knee-deep in models from Panasonic and Olympus. In this round up, we offer a snapshot view of the current Micro Four Thirds offerings and a head-to-head look at the specs and feature sets of each camera.
Promotional materials on Olympus's site last week featured the image of a mystery PEN camera obscured by a hand. Today, they move that hand away and reveal the third Micro Four Thirds system in their digital PEN series, the E-PL1. They've offered DCR a first-look, pre-production unit and we've had our hands all over it ever since it arrived.
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