There are cameras that try to go retro by sporting old school external bodies. And then there's the Leica M Edition 60, the German manufacturer's 60th anniversary limited edition model, which takes the whole idea of nostalgia about as far as any serious digital photographer would be willing to go.
Running on a history of developing cameras with fast lenses, the LX series of shooters by Panasonic appears to have received yet another major improvement in spec design with the impending arrival of the Lumix DMC-LX100.
Let's give Samsung credit for unveiling the most pleasant surprise of photokina. It managed to create a backside illuminated (i.e. BSI) APS-C format 28-mega pixel CMOS sensor for its new mirrorless NX1.
Arriving just in time to ease the fears of those who worry there just aren't enough selfie cams on the market is the forthcoming Canon PowerShot N2 -- a cutesy, square shaped snapper that's replacing Canon's original PowerShot N, bringing a bunch of extra features not found in the original design.
The Lumix DMC-GM5 is Panasonic's latest interchangeable lens Micro Four Thirds camera, as well as a tiny little powerhouse shooter that barely tips past the half-pound mark with a lens and battery attached.
Samsung is furthering its investment in 4K with the new NX1, extending it from the home theater realm to its digital imaging products, notably its NX lineup.
It's been ages since the first EOS 7D (5 years to be precise) but at photokina, Canon finally presented its heir: the Canon EOS 7D Mark II. We're is confident that this will be the best product of its class when it launches this November.
The mid-range DSLR market just got a long-awaited shock of excitement with the announcement of the impending arrival of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II.
Retro cam bodies with futuristic guts are all the rage, and if the upcoming E-M1 from Olympus is any sign, the fad extends to photokina.
SanDisk claims its latest Extreme Pro is the "world's highest capacity SDXC card," and it's hard to argue that claim. It packs 512 GB of storage, making it suitable for 4K video recording.
With a name like the Coolpix S6900, you know you're not buying a pro camera -- but not everyone's in the market for such. Some people just want to have fun, capturing the evidence of their wacky exploits on digital format.
After a slew of crafty leaks, Nikon has confirmed rumor mill discourse with its release of the D750, a DSLR the company says offers "superior image quality" via a 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor and EXPEED 4 image-processor.
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