Nikon Singapore has announced their new flagship digital SLR camera, the Nikon D4. It boasts the latest FX-format CMOS image sensor and EXPEED 3 imaging-processing engine, which claim to offer superior performance and image quality with rich details. According to Nikon Singapore, the D4 will retail in February.
It was only a couple of days since we last wrote about Fuji's upcoming digital interchangeable lens camera and thanks to an early press release and an eager French camera magazine, we know have some much better details, including pricing of Fuji's new high-end camera. In the end the name ended up being the X-Pro1,
We've already seen what was meant to be some picture of an unfinished version of Fuju's upcoming mirrorless digital camera and now additional pictures have appeared, including a full-on frontal shot of the camera. There are still a lot of things that aren't known about the camera, but one thing is certain, Fuji is really digging retro
Digital cameras might very well be on the decline, especially as Smartphones are getting better and better cameras, but that doesn't stop the camera makers from shoving more and more features into cameras. Samsung has announced an updated version of its DualView cameras and its latest model, the DV300F has gained Wi-Fi support for instant
With this iOS app, Canon photographers can now access all the information including specifications on digital SLR lens, learn about the physics behind capturing an picture etc. The CanonSGLens app is free to download and is available on the Apple iTunes App store.
Nikon Singapore has announced the launch of two Facebook applications “Where’s the 1?” and "Psych'd by Nikon” contests whereby users stand to win attractive prizes including Nikon COOLPIX camera and Nikon 1 J1 with the 1 NIKKOR VR 10-30mm f3.5-5.6 lens.
Google has launched Street View for the tsunami-stricken parts of Japan, providing a digital archive of the effects of the disaster that hit earlier this year.
Leica has announced a new compact digital camera, Leica V-Lux 3, which claims to be a versatile all-in-one camera for creative stills and videos, and an ideal companion to take with wherever you go. The V-Lux 3 will be available early next year.
The Canon PowerShot S100 was showcased at Canon Singapore's event in September, and the company has said that the successor to the popular PowerShot S95 would be launched in early November. Unfortunately, we have not seen the compact digital camera in stores yet. According to online sources, the PowerShot S100 is slated for 8 December release instead.
Panasonic Singapore has announced their new interchangeable lens system camera, the DMC-GX1, of the LUMIX G Micro System range. The GX1 features a 16-megapixel Live MOS sensor and boasts to capture clear and sharp images, even under low-lighting situations.
There's no doubt that every camera manufacturer wants a slice of the new interchangeable lens market and most recently Nikon entered it with its 1-series of cameras that uses a small sensor and a CX mount. Around the same time, Fuji announced it was working on its own interchangeable lens camera, although not much has
Machine vision hardware and software manufacturer Teledyne DALSA has unveiled their new Icon user programmable camera, though it is designed mainly for OEMs. The Icon camera series features a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 and C64x+ DSP processor, Microsoft Windows CE real-time operating system and supports resolutions from VGA to 1600 in color and monochrome.
Samsung has introduced their new mirrorless compact system interchangeable lens camera, the NX200, which boasts professional image quality with great ease of use. The NX200 is fully compatible with nine different i-Function lenses with new lenses for the i-Function system including 18-200mm, 16mm, 60mm and 85mm focal lengths.
The first pictures taken using Lytro's light field technology appeared on the web a few months back and stirred up quite a lot of interest in what kind of camera the company could be working on, as it all seemed a little bit too good to be true and there weren't a whole lot of
Nikon surprised the world when the company announced their new Nikon 1 advanced mirrorless cameras with interchangeable lens last month – the J1 and V1. Well, apparently, the Nikon 1 cameras have just hit the shelves in Singapore and are retailing from today.
Canon has announced the new professional digital SLR camera, the Canon EOS-1D X, which claims to be the integration between the EOS 1D and 1Ds product lines. Powered by the new Dual DIGIC5+ image processor, the EOS-1D X features continuous shooting speed of 12 frames-per-second, 61-point AF system, carbon fibre shutter blades and dust-proof and drip-proof
The Olympus Pen E-P3 is one of the three cameras that were announced in Singapore at an event at end June this year, and boasts the world's fastest autofocusing (AF) via Frequency Acceleration Sensor AF system and a lens incorporating the MSC (Movie and Still Compatible) mechanism. In this review, VR-Zone have a hands-on the new micro four-thirds camera and
It's actually quite amazing how many products Samsung makes and there's no wonder that the company is starting to have such a dominant place in the mobile market space. The company announced no less than five new products related to mobile products, a new HD CMOS sensor, a 16Megapixel CMOS sensor, faster 64GB eMMC flash
Canon Singapore had a massive product launch for the second half of 2011 today, with 23 imaging products ranging from printers to projectors and digital cameras. And no, the company did not reveal any Canon mirrorless camera, despite Nikon unveiling theirs last week.
Are you looking to get a new digital camera? Olympus has announced 7 October as the retail date for their new Pen Mini E-PM1 interchangeables lens mirrorless camera in Japan. The Pen E-PM1 was unveiled together with E-P3 and E-PL3 in June this year, though the launch of the product came later than its siblings.