Since the Galaxy S4 Mini, Active and Zoom have all been made official, Samsung’s June 20 London “Premiere” event becomes that much more interesting. It’s nearly impossible to predict what new gadgets Sammy might have up its sleeve, but the best guess right now is a Galaxy Camera 2.
Samsung goes official with their 10x optical zoom capable camera phone. Dubbed the Galaxy S4 Zoom, the new device is virtually a Galaxy S4 Mini with the camera slapped on its back.
The Galaxy S4 Zoom was treated with a leaked render yesterday, further confirming the existence of the camera-phone. Now, TechTastic reports live action images of the Galaxy S4 Zoom, only confirming yesterdays leaked renders to be legit.
Among the bevy of new products that Samsung is rumored to introduce in its June 20 event in London is the first camera-phone from the Korean company. The Galaxy S4 Zoom has finally been caught on camera. While the front might look familiar, the back is a totally different story altogether. Samsung is following a
We’ve all been there. Times when you wanted to click a group picture but the background is too dark. Shouldn’t really be a problem if your phone has a flash, but oh wait, that gives terrible results most of the times. Scientists may have come up with a solution to that.
Thanko unveiled a new camera that has all the touches and edges of a standard SLR camera, except that it is scaled in a size that is a lot lower than what you'd normally expect.
Polaroid has released a new action camera called the XS80. It's priced at only $130 and packs quite a bit in terms of specs. It's available for purchase right now.
Fresh details of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom leak out, giving us a greater insight on Sammy's upcoming camera phone.
After their first venture with the Galaxy Camera, Korean giant Samsung is back with a new camera… phone!
Samsung has announced the NX2000 Smart Camera with a sleek new design and a slew of new smart features.
Samsung has announced a Wi-Fi version of the Galaxy Camera, offering budding photographers a way to more easily share their photos and save backups.
Canon has announced the world's smallest and lightest digital SLR camera, making it ultra portable for easy storage and travel.
Canon Singapore launched four new compact digital cameras from their IXUS range – IXUS 255HS, IXUS 140, IXUS 135 and IXUS 132. The new cameras are available in a number of different colours but all are packing new features like Hybrid Auto, ZoomPlus and Eco mode. For more details on availability and features read on.
Sony announced the NEX-3 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with the NEX-5 back in early 2010. Now three years later we finally see a update to the NEX-3 whilst the 5 has already gone through two upgrades since, the 5N and the most recent 5R.
Sony Electronics Asia Pacific announces the new Sony Alpha SLT-A58 DSLR. The A58 will replace the Alpha SLT-A57 with upgraded sensor and electronics as well as sporting a new kit lens.
Samsung has launched its latest Smart Camera 2.0 line-up with the WB250F and DV150F, both of which offer Wi-Fi photo backup and sharing, along with a number of other “smart” features.
Magrex Japan introduces the Kowa-Girlie camera, the camera that you can easily "snap on" and install on any door, and can be conveniently accessed via smartphone.
Blurry photos may be a thing of the past, thanks to new technology being developed by Toshiba, which can put photos taken on smartphones back in focus.
The first ever hyperspectral images of Earth's auroras, bizarre and beautiful lights in the sky, have been captured with a new purpose-built camera.
I-O Data Device Inc. presents their new wireless network camera, the TS-WLCAM. It can connect on all of your mobile devices and computers that are connected to your local network, and can even be accessed remotely from the web.