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Samsung Galaxy Camera Review

12/30/2012, For the past few years we have been waiting for a functional Android camera, something that we deem to be “unavoidable”, so we were very glad to see Samsung launch its Galaxy Camera at IFA in Berlin in September. One of the previous attempt...

Canon EOS M Doesn’t Support Remote Shooting

11/19/2012, Every since the compact mirror-less Canon EOS M camera has been announced, it has generated quite come, buzz. As an EOS camera, the EOS M does come with the Canon EOS Utility, a small program that can be used to download images into specific folder, but...

Fujifilm’s XF1, A Retrotastic Powerful Little Point and Shoot

09/17/2012, Fujifilm has been mining inspiration from retro cameras lately, and their newest point and shoot is positively dripping with mid-century style. The XF1 is a tiny point-and-shoot with a 2/3-inch EXR CMOS sensor that clocks in at 12 megapixels. Possibly the...

Olympus Stylus XZ-2 Announced at Photokina

09/17/2012, Olympus is resurrecting the Stylus line of cameras, starting with the Olympus ZX-2. This a compact, non-interchangeable  lens, camera that has been built and optimized for low-light (in my opinion). The camera comes with a 12 Megapixel backside...

Olympus PEN E-PL5 and PEN E-PM2 Launched

09/17/2012, Olympus has just announced two new cameras at Photokina: the PEN E-PL5 ($650 body or $700 with kit lens) and PEN E-PM2 ($550 body or $600 with kit lens). Both models share a number of features, like the 16 Megapixel sensor and the TruePic VI dual-core...

Digital Cameras + Android = Unavoidable

08/29/2012, The world of compact cameras has changed rapidly in the past few years, and this change is due to the rise of smartphones, and more precisely, due the high quality of smartphones internal cameras. Sales of compact cameras has declined and manufacturers...

New Paper-Thin Lens May Allow Ultra-Sleek Cameras

08/27/2012, DSLR cameras are the rage for photographers these days. While DSLRs are definitely great, their size haven’t been reduced the same way other tech gadgets have been trimmed down. Most professional photographers have to carry around these bulky cameras...

Samsung’s MV900F: the ultimate self-portrait camera?

07/19/2012, Samsung has released an updated MultiView (MV) camera : the Samsung MV900F is a sequel to the MV800F camera that I had previously owned. The MV900F builds on the strengths of its predecessor and retains the 180 degrees swivel screen and a host of...

Samsung EX2F Smart Camera With Uber-Fast f1.4 Lens

07/03/2012, Samsung has released the Samsung EX2F, a compact camera that comes with an f1.4, 24mm, lens which is the widest aperture in its class. On the inside, the light captured by the lens lands onto a 1/1.7” 12 Megapixel BSI CMOS sensor which is relatively...

Sony NEX-F3 Review

06/12/2012, With the release of the Sony NEX-F3 camera, Sony Electronics is basically refreshing its entry-level compact and interchangeable camera offering. The overall goal of the release is to offer the latest software updates in terms of effects and image...

PENTAX introduces new K-30 Digital SLR Camera

05/21/2012, Last week, we wrote to you about the supposed flagship Digital SLR camera from Pentax that was allegedly leaked in a French catalog. We also managed to get a few of the camera’s specs, albeit no official statement was heard from the optics company....

Sony NEX-F3 Camera, Hands-On

05/16/2012, With this Spring refresh, Sony introduces a new entry-level Sony NEX compact camera. This model should basically retire the previous NEX-C3. As a new comer, the Sony NEX-F3 inherits from technology introduced in higher-end models, such as a 16 Megapixel...

Sony SLT-A37 DSLR, Hands-On

05/16/2012, Sony has just announced its new entry-level Apha 37 (a37) Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) which comes with an APS-C image sensor, a high-resolution (electronic) viewfinder and a burst mode that can snap 7 photos per second. This new model basically...