Sony NEX-F3 promises to provide an experience specific to a DSLR camera type, but more friendly in matter of size and weight when, for example, you go on vacation or a trip and you do your luggage. It brings a 16.1 megapixel sensor of APS-C type. The display on which you preview / view the photos is rotating at 180 degrees to facilitate self-portrait too. It also includes Flash, Auto Portrait Framing mode and the Alpha SLT-A35 feature to highlight the characteristics of the subject being photographed. The life of the battery goes up to 470 pictures and can be charged via USB too.
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As standard, all three NX models have an APS-C CMOS sensor of 20.3 megapixels, developed internally by Samsung. They are also fully compatible with i-Function of the NX series, which allows users to control the parameters of the objectives, adjusting the image without taking the camera away from the eye.
NX1000, the basic model of the Samsung NX series, is highly portable, has a user-friendly design and it is available in white, black, or pink.
After launching the high-end cameras EOS 5D Mark III and 1D-X, we thought that Canon has no other surprises for the first half of 2012. Well, with the announcement of the EOS 650D, Canon confirms that also wants the supremacy on the entry-level DSLR segment. The new camera comes with some interesting additions, which we expect to see first in more expensive models.
First of all, we deal with the new autofocus system that uses two motors to focus as accurately and quickly as possible in any situation. Thanks to this new system, Canon EOS 650D offers its users the possibility to autofocus continuously even when the camera is shooting. That is not all though: DIGIC 5, which debuted in 5D Mark III and 1D-X is also included in the new entry-level camera, together with a touchscreen that can be used to retouch images on the go, or for focusing in both photo and video mode.
Canon announced officially on Wednesday that the first model from Cinema EOS System series met EBU standards required by BBC for video cameras checked on the EBU R118 grid.
The Japanese company has launched Nikon D800, equipped with a Full Frame sensor of 36 megapixels – the highest resolution in the world for a DSLR camera.
Nikon D800 has been eagerly awaited by enthusiasts. The new model of the Japanese company is designed especially for professionals, being considered ideal for studio photography or landscapes.
Nikon D800 offers the resolution and the details of a medium format camera, but keeps the versatility and the agility of a DSLR camera. The 36.3-megapixel CMOS sensor in FX format allows a clear rendering of details and colors.
LEICA V-LUX 20 has been announced. It?s a 12.1 megapixel camera with a 12x optical zoom lens and built-in GPS tagging (it is the first Leica to feature GPS tagging). It comes with the integrated LEICA DC-VARIO-ELMAR 4.1-49.2mm f/3.3-4.9 ASPH. zoom lens with a focal range of 25-300mm (35mm equivalent). New Leica features 1/2.33? CCD sensor, 3? TFT LCD, 460,800 pixels LCD display (100% field of view), mini HDMI output, 895 mAh battery (300 pictures according to CIPA standards) and enables 720p movie recording at 60 fps. V-LUX 20 will be available from May for $699.
The T2i (EOS 550D outside the US) is a new flagship model for the Canon Rebel DSLR line that bridges the gap between an entry-level camera and a true prosumer camera. It includes a variety of new features, including: 3.7 fps continuous shooting, an ISO range of 100-6400 (expandable to 12,800), a 63-zone Dual Layer Metering System (intelligent Evaluative metering with finer segmentation), and Canon’s DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor. It comes with Full HD 1080p 30 fps video and 18-megapixel still images (CMOS), 3-inch LCD monitor (1.04 million dots, wide 3:2 aspect ratio), HDMI video-out, expanded ± 5 EV exposure compensation, an external stereo microphone jack and support for SDXC memory cards. It is compatible with Canon’s BG-E8 battery grip and new RC-6 wireless remote control for both still images and video capture. The T2i is scheduled to be delivered to U.S. in early March, and will be sold for $799.99 (body only) or for $899.99 in a kit version with Canon’s EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS zoom lens.
Unveiled at CES, Ion?s Twin Video is the world?s first video recorder with front and back lenses. This means anyone can capture themselves and what they are seeing at the same time on one device. The front and rear lenses can be controlled independently. While recording, Twin enables us to select and swap which picture is being recorded, split the screen to view both video feeds and even inlay picture in picture to create exactly the desired effect. This compact, web-friendly device makes vlogging, or video blogging, easy thanks to a few live editing features, has two stereo mics and records onto a standard SD or SDHC. No word on pricing; coming Q2 2010.
Joby, a company known for its Gorillapods flexible tripods, launched a new app for iPhone 3G/ 3GS that enhances the iPhone?s camera functionality. Gorillacam features self-timer (includes audible countdown notification), continuous rapid-fire (up to 1.6 photos per second), 3-shot burst (three quick photographs with one tap), grid overlay and bubble level. Auto-save lets you keep shooting while your photos save in the background and time-lapse takes multiple photos spaced at an interval. Press anywhere turns the whole screen into the shutter button. You can also share photos without ever leaving the app. Gorillacam comes with a bunch of helpful tips on how to take better shots with the iPhone. It?s already available on App Store for free.
Compring to already available on the U.S. market EX-FS10, Casio Exilim EX-FS10S has an additional function that helps golfers evaluate their swing by showing golf swing lines. The camera has built-in software that analyzes your posture and improves your swing by helping you to improve the placement of your elbows, arms, or head. The EX-FS10S has the capability of burst shooting at up to 1000 fps, 410 fps, 210 fps, and 30 fps modes (hi-speed movies), 9.1MP sensor and will be available in Japan from 26th November at $380.