04/12/2012, Canon grabs the headlines yet again with the EOS-1D C DSLR which will feature 4K high-resolution video capture capability, making it more than ready to usher in the next generation of digital cameras. The EOS-1D C will come with an 18.1-megapixel full-frame 24mm x 36mm Canon CMOS sensor, where it is full well capable of recording 8-bit 4:2:2 Motion JPEG 4K video to the camera’s CF memory card at 24 […]
03/19/2012, The Stedi-Shot DSLR Trigger has just been announced, and in case you were wondering just what this is, it is a new thumb controlled trigger that specially targets DSLR video cameras. Currently a project over at Kickstarter, the Stedi-Shot DSLR trigger system comprises of a bracket which the camera sits on, ensuring a cable release remains perfectly aligned with the start/stop button that is located on the back of the […]
03/12/2012, Sony is not all about TVs and Blu-ray players, you know, as they have an entire ecosystem of consumer electronics devices that work seamlessly with one another. While they did churn out digital cameras in the past, those tend to target the entry-level markets, but over time, Sony has moved into the DSLR segment, and hence the Sony α57 camera being the most recent addition to its family of devices. […]
02/07/2012, Nikon has officially announced the Nikon D800, a megapixel monster (36!) that comes with a full-frame 35.9x24mm sensor. We’ll get back to that, but you have already guessed that this is going to be a rock-solid still camera. The more interesting part is that Nikon has polished the D800 for videographers, as it can record 1080p movies at 30FPS with an image quality that camcorders would have a hard time […]
01/05/2012, Yes, the Nikon D4 DSLR has finally arrived, being the new flagship DSLR camera from the Japanese company, where it is touted to offer the “ultimate in versatility and functionality.” First things first – should you just drop everything and run out to purchase the Nikon D4? Our friends over at DPreview say that the biggest jump in terms of changes would be the D4′s improvement in video capabilities, where it […]
12/12/2011, There have been rumors that the Nikon D4 could be seeing a launch, but as to when remains to be seen for now. However it seems that specs of the Nikon D4 have been leaked although we wouldn’t take this as a hard fact for now as information like this always has room for error and untruths, at least until the official spec sheet has been released.
12/05/2011, Now this is a rather interesting bit of news – it seems that DSLRs are now banned from being used at a particular UK tube station, which would be the Aldwych tube station. This is an abandoned London Underground station which recently opened up for tours, where DSLRs were banned because of “their combination of high quality sensor and high resolution, digital SLR cameras are unfortunately not permitted inside the […]
11/29/2011, Anyone remember Ricoh’s GXR camera system? For those unfamiliar, the GXR is a rather uniquely designed camera in the sense that it features interchangeable camera units. Now if you’re wondering so how’s that different from a DSLR? Well, unlike a DSLR that allows for interchangeable lens, the GXR allows the user to change not just the lens, but the sensor as well. Now adding to their list of camera modules, […]
11/21/2011, Heads up photography enthusiasts and professional photographers as a photo of the upcoming Nikon D800 DSLR camera has been leaked! There has been quite a bit of talk about the upcoming Nikon D800, a camera which is supposed to be smaller and lighter than the D700, with the rest of its specs seem to corroborate earlier reports.
10/31/2011, Will you be celebrating Halloween tonight by attending a string of parties? Surely you would need to have a killer outfit or costume, and geeks among you might probably be able to resonate with this Nikon DSLR camera costume. Trust a photographer to come up with something like this – and Tyler Card’s amazing costume does far more than just letting you “click” with people in a room full of […]
10/20/2011, If you have been looking forward to getting your hands on Sony’s brand new NEX-7 camera or their A65 DSLR camera, you may be out of luck. It seems that the recent floods in Thailand have affected the production of Sony’s cameras, which has forced the company to cut its production of the Sony A65 and postpone the launch of the NEX-7.
10/17/2011, Are you a professional photographer who do not lean with Nikon but rather, jive with all things Canon, and want to make sure there is one less Nikkor lens sold? If the answers are all in the affirmative, then you might be interested to know that the Canon EOS-1D X is now out – looking just about the same as every 1D model that came before it. Of course, the […]
10/13/2011, Most camera makers usually like to boast that their camera bodies are made out of more sturdy stuff than plastic, such as magnesium alloy which can be found on higher end models of certain DSLRs, but it looks like Sigma has taken it one step further by commissioning a camera whose body is made out of wood instead.
09/09/2011, Guess what? It seems as though the red colored Nikon D3100 DSLR which we had a sneak peek a couple of days ago is the real deal, although those living Stateside would be rather disappointed to know that it is available only in Japan from next week onwards. The asking price? Around $900 after conversion, where this red colored version will sport similar features with the standard D3100, although it […]