Sony unveils today the Cyber-shot DSC-TX5, an ultra-slim camera that isn't afraid of a little water. The waterproof, dustproof, freezeproof, and shockproof TX5 features their Exmor R CMOS sensor and a 3.0 inch touch screen. Sony hopes it will offer a sophisticated style option to those seeking a rugged point and shoot.» Read Article
There are cameras that try to go retro by sporting old school external bodies. And then there's the Leica M Edition 60, the German manufacturer's 60th anniversary limited edition model, which takes the whole idea of nostalgia about as far as any serious digital photographer would be willing to go.
German manufacturer Leica is giving its retro rangefinder cameras a makeover, ditching the classic red dot logo but sticking with the 50s-era aesthetics of its M series digital shooters.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZR3 is announced today following in the slim footsteps of its predecessor, the Lumix ZR1. Measuring about an inch thick, the ZR3 houses an impressive 8x optical zoom lens branded with a familiar Leica "L." A handful of new features like Intelligent Resolution have been included in this update.
At a glitzy press conference this evening, Sony announced two new Cyber-shots, the TX7 and HX5. They're both armed with the backlit Exmor R CMOS sensor of previous X models, though the new cameras add full HD video recording, TransferJet wireless file transfer capability, and in-camera HDR.
Sony offers an update to the popular W and S series Cyber-shots on the eve of CES 2010.
Panasonic adds two new models to their slim FP line - the Lumix FP1 and the touch-screen Lumix FP3. With internally contained optics, the 12 megapixel FP1 and 14 megapixel FP3 both promise the same fast performance we saw in the Lumix FP8. The new models add 720p HD video recording to the mix at 30 fps.
Kodak today unveiled an ultracompact digital camera boldly titled the "Kodak Slice." It features a 16:9, 3.5 inch touch screen.
Sony's new Cyber-shot WX1 utilizes an innovative back-illuminated Exmor "R" CMOS sensor to produce (according to Sony) a 200% increase in sensitivity over traditional front-illuminated CMOS sensors. We'll look into those claims in our upcoming full review, but for now take a look at some preliminary images and results from the Cyber-shot WX1.
The Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR joins the ranks of the feature-rich compact digitals that camera manufacturers would love to put in the arms of holiday shoppers. It brings Fuji's EXR sensor into a slim form factor, like the F200EXR, but ups the zoom ante to a 10x optical reach. Take a first look at some sample images while we work on a full review of the FinePix F70EXR.
When the Samsung DualView TL225 was announced a few months ago, it inspired comments like "Why didn't anyone think of this before?" The small LCD on the front of the camera takes the guesswork out of self-portraits and group photos via self-timer. Our full review is on the way, but in the meantime take a first look at those dual LCDs at work in our video preview.
Announced in July, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FP8 looks like just another 12 megapixel ultracompact. Looks can be deceiving. The FP8 marks a step into new territory for Panasonic, both in design of the internally-contained lens and the new blazing fast auto focus system. Our preview of the FP8 covers our first impressions and some initial sample images.
The Canon PowerShot SD980 IS brings trendy touch interface to the PowerShot lineup for the first time. A couple of weeks with the SD980 produced some preliminary sample images and a favorable first impression of the brand new interface. It's too early to tell, but this might just be our favorite touch screen camera to date.
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