At a press briefing this morning, Olympus unveiled its Micro Four Thirds concept camera. Fans of retro-rangefinder styling will be pleased with the results.
In celebration of the firm's 75th anniversary, Nikon has launched a redesigned Nikkor 50mm f/1.4.
Pentax is expanding its line of consumer DSLRs to include a true entry-level model with the introduction of the 10.2 megapixel Pentax K2000.
Olympus is talking publicly about a pair of new cameras - a new E-system model and a Micro Four Thirds product - that will be previewed as concepts this week
Panasonic held a pre-Photokina press conference today to officially launch the G1, but we were more interested in hints about what's next from the manufacturer.
General consumers may not be lining up to buy the latest professional cameras, but flagship models may play a bigger part in purchasing decisions than we usually admit.
Canon has launched a redesign of its 24mm f/1.4 L lens, the Canon 24mm f/1.4L USM II.
A 21.1 megapixel full frame sensor. HD movie recording. ISO 25,600 shooting. And, a price that's not as high as you might think. It could only be the Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
The folks at lens maker Carl Zeiss have been busy this week, with several new premium glass options coming from the manufacturer this week. The latest, announced today, is the Distagon T* 21mm f/2.8.
Rumors of a firmware update for the Sony Alpha A700 have been swirling around for a while now, but Sony officially released version 4 of the A700 firmware today.
After teasing the launch of a new mount a few weeks ago, Carl Zeiss has provided details on the lucky new system. As we predicted, the winner is Canon's EF mount: in addition to providing details on the new EF-compatible Zeiss ZE mount, the German firm also announced two forthcoming ZE lenses.
Panasonic created a stir Friday, launching the Lumix G1 - first actual camera to make use of the recently unveiled Micro Four Thirds format.
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