Canon may have introduced high-end DSLR cameras, but one of them is aimed at photographers, while the other is designed for videographers. They are the 1D X and, respectively, 1D C. As the two devices look similar on the outside and on the inside, we are trying to find out what’s the REAL difference between EOS-1D C and EOS-1D X?!
Jessops, a UK-based camera retailer, has officially entered into administration, with PricewaterhouseCoopers as the administrator. The camera store could not compete against online retailers and did not manage to fully recover after agreeing a debt restructuring with HSBC, in 2009.
Think Tank unveiled a new multi-function camera bag, which is an improved version of the original Change-Up, while releasing four new shoulder camera bags in the Sub Urban Disguise series, in order to provide a storage solution for each type of users.
Ambarella has launched today at the new A9 SoC (System on a Chip) camera, designed especially for the consumer market. The new camera is capable of recording videos at 4K resolution, thus putting 4K technology and slow-motion movies into the hands of the masses at reduced costs.
Advancements in the storage industry are of great importance to photographers. Lexar joins XQD family with 32GB and 64GB 1100x XQD memory cards. The world’s largest SDXC card, Lexar 256GB 600x SDXC UHS-I card was also unveiled and will be released on the market in the neighboring future.
The recently-introduced Nikon D5200 was thought to feature an Aptina or Sony image sensor, as seen in previous Nikon-branded cameras. However, Toshiba took everybody by surprise with its copper-based 24.1-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, capable of shooting high-quality 1080p videos.
Panasonic announced a new wearable tough-camcorder at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013, a major technology trade show, which is being held in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is called HX-A100 and it continues the company’s tradition in wearable camera development.
Olympus has joined the CES 2013 bandwagon with six compact cameras, following the path set by Panasonic, Fujifilm, Canon, Nikon and Sony. These cameras makers have all unveiled a slew of cameras at the event which is underway at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and Olympus is the latest company to do so.
Sigma has announced a new lens, the first Sports line optic that is both trans-focal and also delivers a constant high aperture. Moreover, its firmware is user-customizable. Without much further ado, lo and behold the amazing Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM telephoto zoom lens!
Fujifilm has revealed a new bridge camera at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013. The even brings us to the question: macro or tele? Well, why shouldn’t we have them both with the new Fujifilm SL1000 bridge camera, which comes packed with an impressive 50x optical zoom lens among others.
Sony launched seven new Cyber-shot Digital Still Cameras powered by either Carl Zeiss or Sony lenses during the Consumer Electronics Show 2013. The list includes WX60, WX80, W710, W730, and WX200 compact cameras, as well as the H200 bridge camera and the TF1 rugged shooter.
Sigma has just introduced a new high-resolution compact camera. The new shooter features a 46-megapixel Foveon image sensor and one could say that Sigma’s DP3 Merrill compact digital camera creates the almost-perfect Merrill trio, as it offers solutions for all types of photographers.
Nikon is trying to prove that it is getting serious with the mirrorless industry, so it has unveiled two new 1-series cameras, called J3 and S1, at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013. This duo continues the tradition set by the 1 V1 and 1 J1 mirrorless cameras introduced back in September 2011.
Nikon has officially confirmed the US availability of its mid-range DSLR camera with an APS-C sensor. The Japanese manufacturer has revealed that the D5200 camera will be released towards the end of January 2013 in a press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show 2013, while revealing a couple of wireless remote controllers.
World’s first interchangeable lens camera powered by the Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean” platform is finally unveiled. It has been developed by Polaroid and it is called iM1836. This mirrorless camera is reminiscent of the Nikon 1-series, but it comes with a Micro Four Thirds mount and built-in WiFi technology.