Nikon 1 J4 Camera Review

Nikon 1 J4 Camera Review

The speediest interchangeable lens camera in town Read More…

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This post was written by Iris on August 29, 2014

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Pentax K-S1 Preview

Pentax K-S1 Preview

Ricoh Imaging has announced the PENTAX K-S1, a mid-level DSLR for customers “accustomed to a mobile interface” and built upon the solid footing set down by the more advanced K-3. There’s a “newly designed” 20-megapixel image sensor capable of a 100-51200 ISO, 5.4 frames-per-second Burst Shooting, and a 1/6000 shutter speed. Add in some in-body shake reduction, and AA filter simulator, and even a 100% “filed of view glass pentaprism viewfinder. Also new to the K-S1 is what the manufacturer calls the flat field user interface. Basically, menu and setting options are accessed not via the traditional dials and buttons, but by an integrated system that includes a back-lit LED selection dial (great for the dark), four-way navigation, and a 3-inch LCD display screen. Heck, even the power switch, model dial, grip are lit by LEDs.While many 2014 cameras include built-in Wi-Fi, PENTAX has instead made the feature optional with the purchase of a “Flucard”. Add one of those and the K-S1 will be able to transfer files over Wi-Fi, or turn your smartphones and tablets in wireless displays / remote control units. PENTAX K-S1 Features20MP image sensorIn-body Shake ReductionAA Filter Simulator100% Field of View Glass Pentaprism ViewfinderISO 100-512005.4 frames-per-second Burst Shooting1/6000 Shutter SpeedFlat Field User Interface with an integratedBack-lit LED Selection DialFour-way Navigation3.0″ LCD Display (921K dot)Optional “Flucard” addsWi-Fi TransferRemote Live ViewRemote Capture ControlThe PENTAX K-S1 will be available this September, 2014 for $749.95 (body only) to $799.95 (includes an 18-55mm kit lens). The three standard colors include Black, Blue, and Read More…

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This post was written by Iris on August 28, 2014

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Olympus PEN Lite E-PL7 Preview

Olympus PEN Lite E-PL7 Preview

Olympus has announced the newest entry in its PEN interchangeable lens camera series that includes many of the performance features found in the more expensive OM-D series. The PEN Lite E-PL7 builds upon the E-PL5, adding an all new graphic user interface (GUI), built-in 3-axis image stabilization, and the newer TruePic VII image processor. This new processor, when combined with the 16.05-megapixel Live MOS image sensor and the new 81-point “FAST AF” system, allows the camera to capture an unlimited number of full resolution photos in an 8 frame-per-second Burst Shooting mode as well as Full 1080p HD video.  The E-PL7 even offers up a new and improved battery that’s capable of 350-shots per charge while using the bundled external flash 50% of the time.The E-PL7′s a 1.04-million dot, downward tilting LCD screen includes a Selfie Mode, with one-touch on-screen shutter button available as you’re framing your shots as well as customizable “selfie interval shooting”, which defaults to taking three pictures back-to-back (to back) at one second intervals to allow you and your friends to swap in and out a few different poses.Built-in Wi-Fi teams up with the Olympus Share Image app to quickly pair the E-PL7 over a self-generating wireless network. From there, it’s easy to share photos and videos, backup files, and turn your smartphone or tablet into a remote control and/or external monitor. Another nice feature on the app is Live Bulb mode, which allows you to take long exposures (helpful at night to properly photograph Read More…

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This post was written by Anna on August 28, 2014

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Fujifilm X30 Preview

Fujifilm X30 Preview

Fujifilm has announced a new “premium compact, fixed lens camera aimed at enthusiast and professional photographers.” The X30 features an all new 2.36M dot, real time OLED viewfinder that is not only the largest and fastest viewfinder in its class, but also automatically controls brightness based on ambient light levels. There’s also a large 12MP 2/3″ X-Trans CMOS II sensor mated to a 4x FUJINON manual zoom lens with a maximum aperture range of F/2.0-2.8. The EXR Processor II makes the X30 extremely fast, with 12 frames-per-second High Speed Continuous Shooting (up to 11 frames at full resolution in JPEG), a 0.06-second Intelligent Hybrid AF (AutoFocus), a half second start-up time, and a 0.01 second shutter lag time. Video recording capabilities are a top tier Full 1080p HD at 60 frames-per-second at a higher-than-most-Blu-rays 36MBps bit rate. You can use the manual focus during recording, and there’s even an input for an optional microphone. A 3.0-inch tilting LCD display helps users easily frame shots.Other fun features include a “Classic Chrome” and other film simulation modes for capturing the look of older film cameras from the sixties and seventies, Super Macro Mode for extreme closeups, Motion Panorama 360 for epic vistas, and Interval Timer Shooting for creating your own time-lapses, which will be possible thanks to the new battery can capture approximately 470 shots per charge. Lastly, if you download the free Fujfiilm Camera Remote app for your smartphone or tablet (iOS or Android), you’ll be able to use the X30′s Wireless Communication Read More…

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This post was written by Jasper on August 26, 2014

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Sony Alpha 5100 (a5100) Preview

Sony Alpha 5100 (a5100) Preview

Sony has announced a new ILC (interchangeable lens camera) today that replaces the NEX-5T. The new Sony Alpha 5100 has been designed for families and casual photographers looking to step-up from using just a cellphone or a compact digicam. Basically, the Alpha 5100 is a great way to dip your toe into the world of interchangeable lenses, offering entry-level ILC ease with performance specs borrowed from the mid-level Alpha 6000.Features include the same 24.3MP APS-C CMOS image sensor, Fast Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) system, and BIONZ X processor as the Alpha 6000. The 5100 also boasts built-in Wi-Fi and NFC (Near Field Communication) technologies, a 180-degree Tiltable 3-inch Touchscreen LCD, Full HD Video recording, an expansive 100-25600 ISO range, 6 frames-per-second Continuous Shooting for up to 56 frames in full resolution, 13 Pictures Effects, and an Auto HDR move for taking High Dynamic Range photographs.Overall, it’s a very nice feature set and we can’t wait to try one out in person to see what the 5100′s still images and movies look like.Sony Alpha 5100 Features24.3MP Exmor CMOS image sensor (APS-C sized)BIONZ X image processorISO 100-256006fps Continuous ShootingUp to 56 framesFast Hybrid AF179 phase-detection AF points25 contrast detection pointsLock-on AFEye AF180-degree Tiltable 3-inch Touchscreen LCDTouch FocusTouch ShutterMovie ModeFull 1080p HD Video RecordingAVCHD 60p, 30p, and 24p7 Picture EffectsClean HDMI OutputMarker SettingBuilt-in FlashPhoto CreativityIntelligent AutoSuperior AutoZebra Function5 Customizable ButtonsAuto Object Framing13 Picture EffectsCreative StyleAuto HDR4K Still image outputWi-FiNFCThe Sony Alpha 5100 (a5100) will be available this September (2014) in black or Read More…

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This post was written by Blake on August 18, 2014

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Samsung NX3000 Camera Review

Samsung NX3000 Camera Review

Samsung’s latest affordable CSC disappoints Read More…

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This post was written by Matthew on August 7, 2014

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W810 Preview

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W810 Preview

Along with one other Cyber-shot model and a new Action Cam, Sony has announced the DSC-W810, an extremely budget-friendly point-and-shoot digicam Sony says is so great in low light shooting conditions, they decided to give it a “Party Mode.” No kidding. In Party Mode, the W810 “automatically adjusts sensitivity, exposure, and color in low light social situations to get great party shots with minimal effort.” If that weren’t enough, its advanced flash “boosts the camera’s overall sensitivity and effectively extending flash range to make far-away subjects appear brighter.” As for more conventional specifications, the W810 boasts a 20.1MP CCD image sensor capable of recording 720p HD videos, which is made even easier thanks to the dedicated movie button so you don’t have to waste time searching menus or actively swapping modes. Lastly, the WX810 features a 6x optical zoom lens with F/3.5-6.5 maximum apertures.Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W810 Features20.1-megapixel CCD image sensor6x optical zoom lensF/3.5-6.6720p HD Video Recordingwith Dedicated Movie ButtonParty ModeAdvanced FlashThe Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W810 will be available this September (2014) in silver for about $100. Read More…

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This post was written by Isabella on July 31, 2014

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX220 Preview

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX220 Preview

While debuting two new Cyber-shot cameras and a new action cam, Sony announced the new budget friendly, pocket-sized DSC-WX220. For around $200 (MSRP), Sony delivers an 18.2-megapixel Exmor R CMOS image sensor mated to a 10x optical zoom G lens and the very same BIONZ X image processor that’s been boosting performance on much more expensive Sony digicams. The WX220 is capable of recording Full 1080/60p HD videos and, thanks to Steady Shot images stabilization, you’ll be able to capture shake-free video even when at full telephoto. High Speed AF (Auto Focus) is also included to help grab sharp images even when objects are fast moving (like sporting events). Finally, like many 2014 models, the WX220 includes built-in Wi-Fi that, when combined with a free app on a compatible iOS or Android smartphone or tablet, allows users to back up, transfer, or instantly share files on the web.We’ll have to reserve ultimate judgement until we can review in person, but if Sony delivers on promised performance and features, the WX220 is going to be The Afordable Point-and-Shoot to beat this holiday season.Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX220 Features18.2-megapixel Exmor R CMOS image sensor10x optical zoom G lensF/3.3-5.9BIONZ X image processorFull 1920 x 1080 HD Video @ 60pSteady Shot image stabilizationHigh Speed AF (Auto Focus)Built-in Wi-FiRequires compatible iOS or Android smartphone or tabletPocket-sizedThe Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX220 will be available in, in black or gold, this August (2014) for about $200.Additional Product View Read More…

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This post was written by Anna on July 31, 2014

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Sony HDR-AS20 Action Cam Preview

Sony HDR-AS20 Action Cam Preview

Sony continues to expand its GoPro-inspired Action Cam series with the all new $199.99 HDR-AS20. Boasting a 16.8-megapixel back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor, the AS20 has six unique video recording modes, including up to 4x slow motion and Full HD 1080p video in stereo sound (thanks, built-in microphone!). There’s also SteadyShot electronic image stabilization, but that reduces the camera’s F/2.8 ZEISS Tessar lens form 170 degrees field of view down to 120 when in use.The AS20 also features built-in Wi-Fi that, when paired with the PlayMemories Home app on a compatible smartphone or tablet, allows users to edit videos, share them to Facebook or YouTube, and even combine multiple angles with Video Merge. The camera, which comes standard with an underwater housing, is able to record up to 130 minutes of video when Wi-Fi is on, but can extend recording times up to 150 minutes if you leave the Wi-Fi off.While not included with the initial purchase, the optional RM-LVR1 Live-View Remote is also waterproof, has an LCD screen to act as an external monitor, and can control up to five Sony Wi-Fi-enabled Action Cams at once (a must for extreme multi-cam shoots).Sony AS20 Action Cam Features16.8MP Back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor6 Video ModesFull 1080p HD Video @ 28MbpsFlip Function automatically inverts videoSteadyShot electronic image stabilizationBuilt-in stereo microphone4x Slow MotionF/2.8 ZEISS Tessar lens with 170-degree field of viewBuilt-in Wi-FiPlayMemories Home appedit footageshare to Facebook and YouTubeVideo MergeIncludedRechargeable Batteryup to 150 mins of video with Wi-Fi OFFup to Read More…

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This post was written by Tyler on July 31, 2014

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 Camera Review

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 Camera Review

The first bridge camera with 4K video Read More…

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This post was written by Max on July 23, 2014

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Pentax XG-1 Preview

Pentax XG-1 Preview

Ricoh Imaging has debuted a budget-friendly new bridge camera, the Pentax XG-1. This all-in-one digital camera boasts DSLR-inspired styling, a 16-megapixel CMOS image sensor capable of recording 1920×1080 Full HD Video @ 30 frames-per-second, a 3.0-inch LCD display, ISO settings from 100-3200, and a whopping 52x optical zoom lens with an f/2.8-5.6 maximum aperture and a sensor-shift shake reduction (SR) system to reduce blurry photographs and shaky-cam video when in full telephoto mode. If you’re at a sporting event, you’ll enjoy the ability to engage High-Speed Continuous Shooting at 4.7 frames-per-second for up to 10 frames (in full resolution). If you enjoy stylistic nature or texture photography, the XG-1 is capable of capturing macro shots as close as 1 cm away from the lens. There’s also an HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode, which combines three images at multiple exposure levels — one over exposed, one properly exposed, one under exposed — to increase saturation and available details in the brightest and darkest sections of your composition.Pentax XG-1 Features:16MP image sensor52x optical zoom lens24-1248mm (35mm equivalent)f/2.8-5.63.0-inch LCD monitorFull 1080p HD Video Recording @ 30pISO 100-3200Sensor-shift-type SR (Shake Reduction) System4.7 fps High-Speed Continuous Shooting(for up to 10 frames)HDR (High Dynamic Range) Mode1 cm Macro ModeRetractable popup series-control Auto FlashThe Pentax XG-1 will be available this August (2014) with a $399.95 MSRP Read More…

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This post was written by Stella on July 15, 2014

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Nikon D810 Camera Review

Nikon D810 Camera Review

First Impressions: One of the most important new DSLRs of the year Read More…

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This post was written by Violet on June 26, 2014

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Nikon D810 DSLR Preview

Nikon D810 DSLR Preview

Nikon has announced a HD-SLR for professional photographers and cinematographers. The new D810 boasts at 36.3-megapixel full-frame FX-format CMOS image sensor with a 7360 x 4912 resolution and no optical low pass filter (OLPF), which helps overall resolution and dynamic range. An EXPEED 4 image processor suppresses false color and moiré, enhances noise reduction performance, and helps to achieve a higher ISO range. An Advanced Scene Recognition System with a 91,000-pixel 3D Color Matrix Meter III adjusts “exposure, AF, auto white balance, i-TTL flash control, and subject tracking” to balance exposure in “difficult scenes.”Nikon has added a “Clarity” setting to the available Picture Control adjustments as well as a “Flat” Picture Control Profile. Clarity is designed to “adjust mid tones to enhance details with in an image.” And Flat is designed for cinematographers who want to “preserve the most amount of detail in shadows and highlights”, effectively giving filmmakers maximum flexibility in post processing (digital color grading).Speaking of film production, Nikon’s D810 is much more than a still camera. It offers Full 1080p HD video recording at 24, 30 and 60 fps. There’s also a couple “crop modes” for a quick telephoto boost. The camera’s HDMI output can “relay uncompressed digital video to an external recorder.” There’s also an in-camera time-lapse and interval timer, as well as a built-in stereo microphone with audio control features (external stereo mics can also be attached). Full time AutoFocus is available, as well as Full Manual controls, including an expanded ISO range of Read More…

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This post was written by Sadie on June 26, 2014

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Tamron 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro Lens Review

Tamron 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro Lens Review

Quick Take Pros Compact lens with an incredible zoom rangeRubber rings make focus and zoom easy to controlTouch AF and VC switches don’t changed by accidentEasy to read numbers on the lensVery good image quality ConsNot as sharp as some available all-in-one lensesVC still left some of our handheld image soft/blurry Bottom Line The Tamron 16-300MM F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD lens is a versatile and affordable compact all-in-one lens that will greatly lighten your camera bag while traveling. Featuring the biggest zoom range of their AIO lenses, and one of the lowest price tags, it is great for those looking for a bargain.  Read more in our Full Conclusion. One of Tamron’s newest all-in-one lenses, the 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro features the most versatile zoom range of an all-in-one, plus macro capabilities, in a compact package. This lens is also much more affordable than other lenses with comparable features and range. It’s available in Canon, Nikon and Sony* mounts. A lens cap and hood are also included. *Sony mount lens does not include VC image stabilization.The maximum aperture of f/3.5 allows you to shoot easily in low-light situations. The assistance of the VC also helps in both low-light and any other handheld situations. The fast Piezo AF system focuses quickly and quietly on your subjects. This Di II lens is specifically designed for cameras with APS-C sized image sensors. Specifications: Model B016 Lens Construction (Groups/Elements) 12/16 Angle of View 82°12′ – 5°20′ Diaphragm Blade Number 7 (circular diaphragm)* Minimum Aperture F/22 Read More…

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This post was written by Olivia on June 19, 2014

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Amazon Fire Phone Preview

Amazon Fire Phone Preview

Amazon announced its first smartphone, dubbed the Fire Phone. An AT&T Exclusive, a 32GB version will cost as little as $199 with a two-year contract, while the 64GB version will run you $299 (also with a contract). Pre-orders are already being taken, units will ship on July 25th.The Fire Phone is build around a quad-core 2.2 GHz processor with 2GB of RAM. Running on the Android-based, Fire OS (operating system), it features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies as well as access to 3G and 4GLTE cellular data networks. The Fire Phone’s standout feature may just be its 4.7-inch HD display. While not the largest, and nor does it have the most pixels (at 1280×720 with 315ppi), this new display boasts 590 nits of brightness, a circular polarizer, dynamic image contrast, and what Amazon calls Dynamic Perspective. What’s that? Technically, a “custom-designed sensor system that responds to how you hold, view, and move your phone. Basically, it’s a glasses-free 3D display that adapts to your head movement while adding helpful shortcuts when moving the phone itself.Next, let’s talk about the camera. Amazon has added a 13-megapixel CMOS image sensor with Optical Image Stabilization (O.I.S.) and a super-bright f/2.0 aperture lens. Full 1080p HD video at 30 fps is a must, though there is no word on any slow motion. There are also Panorama, Burst Capture, Lenticular, and Intelligent HDR modes. But here’s a pretty groundbreaking move: Amazon Fire Phone includes FREE unlimited photo (note: not videos) storage at full resolution via Amazon Read More…

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This post was written by Colin on June 18, 2014

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Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 Camera Review

Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 Camera Review

First Impressions: A superzoom that shoots in 4k Read More…

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This post was written by Gavin on June 12, 2014

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 Preview

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 Preview

Panasonic has announced the Lumix DMC-FZ1000 — the world’s first digital compact camera with the ability to record ultra high definition 4K video (previous 4K models had interchangeable lenses). At the heart of the FZ1000, you will find a 1.0-inch 20.1-megapixel High Sensitivity MOS image sensor designed to improve the camera’s signal-to-noise ratio. Part of this noise reduction is thanks to pixel density; the rest is handled by the Venus Engine image processor and its multiple built-in Noise Reduction systems. The Venus Engine also makes this camera super quick. It can start up in 0.66 seconds, while Auto Focus times have dropped to as little as 0.09 seconds using Light Speed AF thanks to “Depth from Defocus” technology.The FZ1000 also features a 16x optical (25-400mm equivalent) zoom lens with an F/2.8-4.0 maximum aperture, a 5-axis HYBRID optical image stabilizer, and a 5-step speed control zoom to help with quiet, vibration free zooming during video recording. Framing and composition are handled on a 921K-dot 3.0-inch “free-angle” OLED Live View Finder. The LVF rotates to the side up to 180 degrees, and can tilt up or down by 270 degrees.The FZ1000 can record all types of video at various resolutions and speeds. QFHD 4K (3840×216) can be captured at up to 30 fps, while Full 1080p HD can be recorded at 60p or in a high-speed mode at 120fps for a “slow motion” effect. There are also Creative Video Modes — such as Time Lapse Shot and Stop Motion Animation — Read More…

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This post was written by Samuel on June 12, 2014

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 review – hands on

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 review - hands on

We go hands on with Panasonic’s brand new bridge camera that can also shoot 4K video Read More…

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This post was written by Sophia on June 12, 2014

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Sony Alpha A77 II Camera Review

Sony Alpha A77 II Camera Review

The long-awaited A77 II iadds solid improvements all round, including superb AF Read More…

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This post was written by Sadie on June 11, 2014

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4

Panasonic moves the goalposts for enthusiast-level video production Read More…

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This post was written by Lydia on May 21, 2014

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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III Preview

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III Preview

Sony has updated its flagship compact camera for 2014. At first glance, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III seems like a retread of the RX100 and RX100 II, thanks to its 20.1 MP 1.0-inch back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor, Full HD 1080p video recording capabilities, 3.0-inch LCD display, and the plethora of Picture Effects and Shooting Modes. Heck, you might even be worried that the zoom lens only reaches 2.9x versus 3.6x. But look a little closer and you’ll see the RX100 III is brimming with upgrades and new features.First up, the new RX100 III is faster, thanks to the BIONZ X image processor that’s also in the recently announced Alpha 7/7R and Alpha 7S models. Next, that 2.9x optical zoom lens might be shorter, but with an f/1.8-2.8 maximum aperture, this Mach III captures twice as much light at 70mm as the previous generations. Also, this lens features ZEISS T coating to minimize flare and ghosting. Next, Sony has added an LED Tru-Finder Electronic Viewfinder (there was only an LCD display before) AND this year’s 3.0-inch LCD display now tilts — up by 180 degrees and down by 45.Video capabilities have also improved. The RX100 III is the first RX-series camera with Intelligent Active Mode, which reduces camera shake, and the first Cyber-shot with the ability to record in the XAVC S format. This allows for Full HD 1080p recording at 50 mbps, a much higher bit rate than the more compressed AVCHD format (which remains as an available option, since it’s better for sharing over Wi-Fi). Also, thanks to the BIONZ X processor, Read More…

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This post was written by Lily on May 16, 2014

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Sony RX100 III Camera Review

Sony RX100 III Camera Review

The best premium compact camera just got better Read More…

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This post was written by Lily on May 15, 2014

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Nikon 1 S2 joins compact system camera range

Nikon 1 S2 joins compact system camera range

Nikon has revealed a new entry-level addition to its compact system camera range, the Nikon 1 S2, which looks to improve on the outgoing Nikon 1 S1 Read More…

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This post was written by Thomas on May 14, 2014

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Canon EOS 1200D

Canon EOS 1200D

Canon’s latest SLR comes in at a startlingly low price Read More…

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This post was written by Gavin on May 14, 2014

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Nikon 1 J4 Preview

Nikon 1 J4 Preview

Nikon has announced the 1 J4, the newest entry to its 1 “system of compact interchangeable lens cameras.” The J4 features an 18.4 MP CX-format CMOS image sensor paired with the speed EXPEED 4A image processing engine. This translates to Full 1080/60p HD Video Recording, with slow motion capabilities at 720p, and 20 frames-per-second Continuous Shooting, which like the recently announced 1 V3, is currently the world’s fastest continuous shooting frame rate. The Nikon 1 J4 also has a wide ISO range (160-12800) and ISO Sensitivity Noise Reduction, which overlays four separate shots to reduce noise at higher ISOs. Auto Image Capture automatically saves 20 of the best, full resolution photos while you are recording videos. A number of Creative Modes have returned from previous years (Selective Color, Miniature Effect, Easy Panorama Mode), and there are even a few video specific modes (Jump Cut, Fast Motion, Four Second Video). Finally, the 1 J4 has built-in Wi-Fi to connect this ILC with a compatible smartphone, where you can easily back up, email, or share your digital images on social networks.Nikon 1 J4 Features18.4-megapixel CX-format CMOS image sensorEXPEED 4A image processing engine3.0-inch TFT-LCD Display (1M dots)Full HD Video Recording1080/60p up to 10mins per clip1080/30p and 720/30p Vibration Reduction (e-VR)120 fps slow motion 720pAuto Image CaptureSimultaneous Still Image and Video CaptureAutomatically saves 20 best shots during video recordingISO 160-12800ISO Sensitivity Noise Reduction20 frames-per-second Continuous Shooting171 contrast detect focus areas105 phase-detect AF pointsCreative ModesSelective ColorMiniature EffectEasy Panorama ModeCross ProcessToy CameraCreative PalletJump CutFast MotionFour Second VideoWi-Fi ConnectivityOptional Read More…

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This post was written by Max on May 14, 2014

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