Two new compact cameras debut from Olympus today with a new Intelligent High Sensitivity system on board enabling features like 10 fps shooting and simultaneous still/HD video capture.
Olympus reveals a new generation of OM digital Micro Four Thirds cameras with the OM-D E-M5. It offers a built-in EVF, splashproof and dustproof design, new 16 megapixel Live MOS sensor and a retro styling that's unlike anything we've seen in digital before.
Pentax has announced the introduction of the Optio WG-2 and WG-2 GPS digital cameras. Both models are rugged; they are waterproof, dustproof, and shock-resistant with improved durability.
Canon launches new PowerShot cameras tonight, starting with the 20x zoom SX260 and the GPS-enabled rugged D20. The Digital ELPH 530 and 320 HS debut with Wi-Fi connectivity, and six new models refresh the budget-friendly A-series.
Nikon unveils the highly anticipated D800 with an astounding 36.3 megapixel FX sensor. Hard at work inside the D800 is a 91,000-pixel RGB metering sensor and 51-point AF system. It's also a capable video tool with 1080 HD recording in FX and cropped DX mode.
Tamron announces the development of a stabilized 24-70mm f/2.8 zoom lens.
For those seeking a less expensive and easier-to-use alternative to Adobe Photoshop, Nevercenter this week released CameraBag 2, an innovative photo touch-up software application for Macs and Windows PCs which is currently priced at $25 or less.
Lensbaby, maker of specialty lenses, optics and accessories for single lens reflex cameras, has announced the addition of new macro photography converters for its lens bodies and optics.
Fujifilm reps confirm pricing for the new X-Pro1 camera body and three new XF lenses.
Pentax introduces today the K-01, a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with a bold new look by industrial designer Marc Newson. The K-01 accepts Pentax's K-mount lenses and offers a 16 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor coupled to a new PRIME M processing engine.
Pushing the zoom barrier to the limit, Nikon introduces the P510 ultrazoom with a 42x optical zoom lens. That's a whopping 24-1000mm equivalent range. Meanwhile, the P310 updates the 300 with a faster 4.2x lens and a 16.1 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor.
Nikon's "S for Style" series gets an update today in the form of four new models. Starting at the top with the GPS-enabled S9300, these new compacts offer 16 megapixel sensors, bigger zooms and HD video for the style-conscious consumer.
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