Luxury and style collide to form the Fuji X100S and the X20. With souped-up sensors and fast lenses these cameras are headed for stardom.» Read Article
The Fuji HS50 EXR is a great option for those interested in a DSLR-type ultrazoom. It has 42x zoom, 16MP and a hybrid AF system.
The NX300 is leaping onto the scene with some major upgrades over its predecessor, the NX210. A large APS-C sensor and 20.3 MP are just the beginning.
The Canon PowerShot N is a compact, creative camera. It offers users a 12.1MP sensor and 8x zoom plus a creative function that is downright impressive.
Shocking! The TG-2 has 12MP, a great lens and tons of expandability. Dive into this preview and find out why we think we are going to love this camera.
Finally! The Nikon D5200, a prosumer DSLR, will soon be shipping in the United States. It has a lot of hype, but is it worth the wait?
Nikon announced two new cameras to their Nikon 1 series. These MILCs are poised to raise the bar for this series. Do they have what it takes to make the grade?
Poised to knock your socks off, the DP3 is the newest compact camera announcement from Sigma. It has a 46 MP sensor and a 50mm f/2.8 lens.
The MX-1 has a well-crafted, retro style body. It features a 12 MP backlit CMOS sensor,3 inch LCD screen, and a 4x zoom f/1.8-2.5 lens.
Over the last 3 days I have had the opportunity to touch, play with and learn about the newest cameras of the year. Check them out!
Today Olympus unveils the SZ-15. Very similar to its big brother the SZ-16, it has a 24x zoom and a 16 megapixel sensor.
Today, Olympus announced the "lifeproof" camera, the TG-630. This has a 12 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and comes in four stylish colors.
Today at CES Olympus announced the TG-2, its last Rugged camera announcement of the day. The camera has a 3-inch screen, 12 megapixels and full HD video.
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