Panasonic has joined the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 in order to unveiled a plethora of fixed-lens cameras. The manufacturer has taken the wraps off of 10 Lumix-branded cameras. There is a model for every type of photographer, including SLR-styled bridge cameras and point-and-shoot cameras.
After unveiling the PowerShot N point-and-shoot camera, Canon took its time to reveal four new compact cameras called IXUS 140, PowerShot A3500 IS, A2600 and A1400. The Canon IXUS 140 will be called ELPH 130 IS in the United States and Canada and will be released on the market soon.
Driven by the rise of importance of social media networks in our lives, Canon has announced a solution that allows us to capture high-quality photos and to share them on Facebook. It goes by the name of PowerShot N and it employs a 12-megapixel sensor along with integrated WiFi connectivity.
Fujifilm is preparing to announce a couple of new premium compact cameras. The models in question are the X100s and the X20. The former is expected to replace the X100 in the near future, while the latter is poised to succeed the X10, albeit the changelog will not be massive.
In anticipation of the 2013 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung has revealed the NX300 mirrorless camera. This device uses a Hybrid AF technology and a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor to capture beautiful photos in a quick, silent, and simple manner. The device will be on-display at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Fujifilm has begun sending invitations to a special event that will take place within the Consumer Electronics Show 2013. The rumor mill is speculating that the event will include the launches of the sought-after X100s and X20, a couple of compact cameras aimed at photographers who still enjoy retro designs.