Today, Samsung Asia held a media event to announce their new digital cameras – ST700 dual LCD; WB210 and PL210 with high zoom and wide angle technology; SH100 with Wi-Fi connectivity; and the stylish ST6500.
Pentax has launched their new Optio RS1500 digital camera designed with good quality specifications, features and fun. It also comes with 10 interchageable skins for users to easily customize the looks of their image capturing device.
Nikon Singapore has announced the COOLPIX S9100 compact camera, a high performance model with 18x zoom lens and rearside illumination CMOS sensor that suppresses noise in pictures. It is available from today.
Samsung announces Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab alongside new consumer electronic devices at Samsung Forum 2011
Think that the digital world we live in has no more surprises to offer the average consumer? Well, you might want to think again, especially if Samsung has got anything to say about it. In a regional forum held by Samsung at the Marina Bay Sands convention centre today, the Korean electronics giant unveiled its
Canon has announced the opening of the Canon Imaging Academy, a new training facility to educate users in photography and videography. In addition, the manufacturer has also launches new products including IXUS and PowerShot digital cameras, LEGRIA camcorders and EOS 600D and 1100D digital SLR cameras.
Olympus has unveiled the new additions to their line of digital cameras, namely TG-810, SZ-30MR and SZ-20. The TG-810 will be available this month, though no availability dates confirmed for the SZ-30MR and SZ-20.
Apple was the first to get it, and the rest of the PC industry is expected to start mass adoption of the technology as soon as most OEMs successfully iron out any outstanding issues pertaining to the new standard. But it would seem that PCs are not the only devices which would play nice with
The NEX-3 may be one of the more drool-worthy digital cameras to exist on the market today, but it seems that Sony has got other plans in store for the market segment currently targeted by the aforementioned device. In what is probably the shortest-ever product lifespan for a digital camera, Sony Japan has labelled the
This morning, Sony Singapore held their "Inspiring Innovation" 2011 product launch at Marina Bay Sands Convention and Expo, showcasing the new products this year.
The micro four-thirds camera has come a long way, bringing the performance and quality that is almost on-par with of an entry-level Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) camera while boasting the lightweight of a compact camera. With the new GF2 from Panasonic evolving to a slimmer and new re-designed interface, how does it fare ? Read
DSLRs are well known for being available in any colour the user wants them to be, as long as it is black. And once again, leave it to Sony to break the mould by exhibiting a new camera over at the CP+ Camera and Photo Imaging Show that sports a one-of-a-kind translucent plastic body. The
Today, Olympus Singapore has announced four new compact digital cameras, namely the SZ-10, VG-110, VR-310 and VR-330.
Panasonic has added three new models to its line of point-and-shoot digital cameras – Panasonic Lumix FX78, ZS series and the TS3 which claims to be waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, dustproof and can record video is Full high definition.
If you are looking to get a new webcam for video conferencing with your friends, family or colleagues, check out Microsoft’s latest LifeCam Studio. It incorporates 1080p full high definition (HD) sensor and claims to complement the new Windows Live Messenger 2011.
Panasonic Singapore today announced the launch of the highly-anticipated DMC-GF2 camera that uses LUMIX G Micro System which is based on the micro four-thirds standard. The successor to the popular GF1 is now retailing in the stores near you.
Remember the story we ran yesterday about how Sony plans to fit its crop-body DSLRs with new image sensors capable of capturing stills at a resolution of 25 megapixels? Turns out that the company is not the only one with ambitious digital imaging plans: another Japanese chip maker known as Renesas has promised tiny smartphone
A digital image sensor that boasts resolutions of more than 20 megapixels is definitely one which conforms to the full-frame form factor, right? Not if Sony has got anything to say about it: rumours are abuzz that the Japanese electronics giant has got plans to introduce an APS-C format image sensor that is capable of
There is no doubt that camera systems featuring interchangeable lenses such as DSLRs and the Micro Four Thirds system are getting more affordable nowadays. However, there are also people in the market who are willing to forgo that flexibility for the convenience of ‘superzoom’ camera that offers a fixed but extremely versatile lens. And with
Now that shooting with film has been relegated to a task for only the most hardcore of photographers who need the detail and image quality from 35mm film, just about anybody can pick up a digital camera and start shooting away without worrying about chalking up costs from film consumption. That being said, aspiring shutterbugs
Aside from tablet devices and Android smartphones, other product manufacturers such as Canon also have new announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The Japanese camera maker has recently announced four new digital cameras in the Powershot A-series – A800, A1200, A2200 and A3300IS.