The official Pentax K-7 announcement is hot off the press this morning, and we've been lucky enough to get our hands on a pre-production model. We put it through the paces and even though our unit is working on yet-to-be-finalized firmware, we found a lot to love in this latest offering from Pentax.
Pentax Imaging Company announced today the launch of the much-rumored Pentax K-7 digital SLR camera. The newest Pentax K series camera is designed for advanced photographers seeking high-end design and features without the cost of a professional DSLR system with similar features.
Sony has just introduced three new cameras to their Alpha DSLR series. The Alpha DSLR-A230, DSLR-A330 and DSLR-A380 have been styled to appeal to first-time SLR users moving up from digital compacts. From new menu guides to SD/SDHC memory card compatibility, Sony has given the existing Alpha model a real makeover in order to attract a new crowd.
In a press release this morning, Panasonic has spelled out purchasing details for its long-awaited addition to its Micro Four Thirds line. Announced at PMA 2009, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 will be rolling out to retailers in early June. As expected based on previously announced European pricing, the new HD-capable model will command a hefty $1499.95 kit price when it hits stores next month.
The new Nikon D5000 merges technology from the mid-grade D90 with the low price point of an entry-level DSLR. Our review unit rolled into the office last week, and Jerry Jackson has been spending some time getting to know Nikon's newest budget DSLR.
Canon has recently released new firmware for its EOS 50D, 450D, and 1000D Digital SLR cameras.
In conjunction with Tuesday's D5000 launch, Nikon announced plans to release a new 10-24mm DX-format lens in May.
Pentax has released a firmware update for its K20D digital SLR camera. The new version, 1.03, improves operation of the Shake Reduction (SR) function of the camera.
Nikon has released a firmware update for its D40 and D40x DSLRs. Firmware version 1.12 for the D40 and version 1.01 for the D40x will improve the function of the cameras with Nikon's EN-EL9a batteries.
With all of the rumors swirling around this one over the last few weeks, it's fair to say that we weren't exactly surprised when Nikon announced its latest consumer DSLR - the Nikon D5000 - right on schedule this evening. With HD video capture and a unique tilt/swivel LCD, the D5000 brings shooting hardware from Nikon's higher-end models to a price and a form factor that should appeal to casual shutterbugs.
Olympus has announced a firmware update for the Olympus E-3 Digital SLR.
Olympus announced a firmware update today for the E-30, one of their higher-end, four-thirds DSLRs.
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