A phenomenal 24mm f/2.0 Leica lens and a redesigned sensor could make the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3 the "Canon G9 killer" Panasonic fans have been waiting for.
Sigma has released a firmware update for its large-sensor 14 megapixel compact camera, the DP1.
With the typical lack of fanfare that has become their signature, Kodak quietly added two new flagship cameras to their website this week.
In this "holiday edition" of DCR Workshop, we take on one of the most mystifying aspects of the compact camera experience for casual shooters: scene presets.
In a press release from its U.K. division, Fujifilm has announced the launch of a full line of ultra-fast CompactFlash cards.
Is it possible that the compact camera megapixel wars have finally reached a fragile detente?
Anyone shopping for a new compact digital camera today is quickly overwhelmed with features most photographers couldn't even imagine ten years ago. The problem is that these features all basically fall into the same category: useless gimmicks.
Sigma has launched a new accessory lens for its DP1 compact that allows for near-macro shooting.
If you closely follow camera reviews on the web, you probably already know that the folks over at DPReview published their much-anticipated take on the Sigma DP1 earlier this week. The DP1's generally unimpressive marks in this latest evaluation join a growing list of lukewarm receptions for this camera lately. What happened with the DP1, and what does this mean for the future of large-sensor compact cameras?
The latest waterproof camera in Pentax's compact Optio series, the Pentax Optio W60, was announced this afternoon. Waterproof and freezeproof, the 10 megapixel W60 packs a 5x wide-angle zoom lens into an ultracompact body measuring only an inch thick. A 2.5-inch LCD and HD video capture round out the latest camera to jump into the waterproof pool.
Getting into Fuji's latest high-style ultracompact, the Fujifilm FinePix Z100fd, just got a little easier: Fuji announced this week that it's lowering the Z100fd's MSRP to a very budget friendly $199.95.
The middle of the month has rolled around again, meaning it's time for another comparison courtesy of DCR's Head to Head series. In this month's bout, two high-end, wide-zoom compacts - the Fujifilm FinePix F100fd and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35 - head into the ring for a wide-angle smackdown of epic proportions: "Two cameras enter, one camera leaves!" Or something...
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