The towering banks of LCDs have come down and the last of the exhibits were packed away at the Las Vegas Convention Center as CES came to a close on Saturday night. We're taking a look back at some of the odds and ends from the show. The Kodak Slice gets some hands-on treatment and we take it slow with the Casio Exilim EX-FH100 in 30 fps mode.
That show of shows, the 2010 International CES, is just a week away. The Las Vegas Convention Center will play host to much of the consumer technology industry as manufacturers showcase their latest and greatest - digital imaging included. Take a look at our some of our predictions for CES 2010 and check back next week for coverage from the show floor.
Ready to accessorize? We took a look at the latest offerings from a couple of bag manufacturers at the PhotoPlus Expo. Whether you're looking to keep that shiny new PowerShot G11 looking fresh or you're on the hunt for a bag that will accommodate a laptop and your DSLR, there's a bag out there for you.
It's the end of day one at PhotoPlus Expo 2009 and there's no other way to put it - my arms are tired. If there was a uniting theme across the new products on the show floor, it was this: they're heavy. DCR sat down with a couple of the heavy hitters at PPE to talk about their large sensor DSLRs.
Santa's gone for another year, but for tech junkies the presents are still to come: the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show is less than two weeks away.
Is it possible that Nikon is planning to launch a compact medium-format system camera early next year? We test the plausibility of some "big" rumors.
So that's it: Photokina 2008 has come to a close. What newly announced technologies have the potential to make the biggest splash? Here are my top five picks.
It's been a big week in the camera world, with new prosumer DSLRs from both Canon and Nikon. Which manufacturer stands to gain more from this week's announcements?
Go on and admit it: if you spend time reading camera review websites, you're almost certainly guilty of obsessing over equipment.
The number of proprietary image formats keeps growing, in spite of viable open-source alternatives. Does a unified RAW format have a chance?
Direct-from-camera wireless image transfer has been languishing for years, but the future of pocket cams may be tied to Wi-Fi.
Although it seems to be hard to find consumers itching for more megapixels from small cameras, it looks like we're again headed full-steam in that direction.
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