Panasonic has released new firmware for its Micro Four Thirds camera, the DMC-GF1, and its G Micro System lenses.
That point and shoot bought in 2005 is still functional, but it's starting to show its age. You might be picking up hints from a loved one that he'd like to upgrade from his old camera, or you're putting together a holiday wish list of your own. Either way, here are a few tips to consider when stepping up from a basic point and shoot to a more advanced model.
Ricoh has announced the development and release of the GXR interchangeable unit camera system featuring the world's smallest and lightest digital camera with the ability to change lenses. The products announced consist of the GXR body and two lenses, the A12 50mm f/2.5 macro lens and the S10 24-72mm f/2.5-4.4 zoom lens.
Canon has issued firmware update 1.1.0 for its EOS 7D digital SLR camera.
Olympus has announced plans to release two lenses for the Micro Four Thirds format in early 2010.
Olympus announces today the E-P2, successor to their rangefinder-style E-P1. The E-P2 now carries the banner for Olympus's chic Micro Four Thirds "Digital Pen" series, boasting improved AF performance, new art filters, and an accessory port ready to accept the articulating EVF announced with the camera today. We've got our hands on a pre-production model, so read on for hands-on photos and video with the E-P2.
What's more fun than going to the circus? Photographing the circus with the brand new Nikon D3S. Nikon invited a group of journalists to a shoot a dress rehearsal of The Big Apple Circus in NYC a couple of days before the PhotoPlus Expo opens, giving us a chance to put the expanded ISO range and HD video to the test.
Canon has issued a firmware update for the EOS 7D, its mid-range DSLR that was released this past September.
It's deja vu all over again. Last week brought us the announcement of the Nikon D3S - a full frame, pro-grade DSLR equipped with HD video recording and a monster ISO range. Today, Canon unveils the EOS 1D Mark IV, loaded with an APS-H 16.1 megapixel sensor, a massive ISO range and... you guessed it, HD video.
Canon has released a firmware update, version 1.0.6, for its popular introductory-level DSLR, the Rebel XS (EOS1000D).
Today Nikon unveils the D3S, their latest pro-grade DSLR. It joins the flagship D3 and D3X with an FX-sized CMOS sensor, but stands alone as the only full frame Nikon DSLR to shoot HD video. Also on the list of new features is an expanded ISO range reaching an equivalent of ISO 102,400, a feat that Nikon claims will put the D3S ahead of even the human eye in low light sensitivity.
Pentax has announced that it is offering a $100 instant rebate on its semi-pro level DSLR, the K-7.
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