While rumors have been hinting at a new Canon DSLR the past few days, Canon's just now gone and made it official. The Canon Rebel T1i brings a 15.1-megapixel sensor and full HD video recording for less than a thousand dollars. It's clear that Canon is telling Nikon they'd better watch out.
As part of an upcoming Japanese photo expo, Pentax Japan recently announced the development of a 30 megapixel digital SLR to be released sometime next year. The 645 Digital has been announced a handful of times over the last three years, and now it may finally see the light of day.
Samsung got the jump on other manufacturers in announcing the NX series - a line of concept cameras that put an APS-C sensor into a compact body. Prototypes were on display at Samsung's PMA booth today, helping to clear up some confusion about where Samsung is headed with the NX concept.
At a press conference this morning, Panasonic revealed tech specs for its latest Micro Four Thirds camera, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 – and though it's hardly surprising, the big news surrounding this camera that shares most of its tech with the Lumix G1 is undoubtedly the new model's video capabilities.
Pentax's latest wide-angle lens, the DA 15mm f/4 ED AL Limited, has been anticipated for some time, but the manufacturer provided retail release information and final specs on the new optic in a pre-PMA announcement.
PMA 2009 doesn't officially open for another day, but Samsung's already trying to steal the show with the announcement of its NX concept camera. Using an APS-C sensor and removing the mirror box for a full-time live view shooting experience (a la the Micro Four Thirds system), this interesting concept may be Samsung's ticket to a leadership role in the camera market.
Prior to today's official announcement of the Olympus E-620, we were fortunate enough to get to spend a little time with a pre-production version of Olympus's latest consumer DSLR, and some hands-on experience with the new model was helpful in beginning to sort out where Olympus is headed in launching yet another mid-tier DSLR.
Today, Olympus has announced yet another mid-priced, high-spec DSLR to round out its growing line of interchangeable-lens cameras. The 12.3 megapixel Olympus E-620 sits squarely in the middle of Olympus's current DSLR offerings - providing more horsepower than the entry-level E-420 and E-520, while avoiding the $1000-plus price tags of the E-30 and E-3.
Nikon announced yesterday their new DX-format AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8 G lens.
Pentax has announced a price drop for its K20D prosumer DSLR. For a limited time, all body-only and body-and-lens configurations for the K20D will be priced with a $100 instant rebate.
We received word that those of you who have been anxiously awaiting your chance to purchase the visually striking K2000 Limited Edition are in luck. This week, Pentax has opened the pre-order process for the LE model.
What makes the perfect consumer DSLR? After great images and a reasonable price, compactness may be the most important consideration in choosing an everyday DSLR. With that in mind, we take a look at how two of the most popular small DSLRs around, the Nikon D60 and Pentax K2000, stack up in this month's Head to Head comparison.
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