As promised when the company announced its first camera to support the new micro Four Thirds standard that allows for SLR-esque features (such as interchangeable lenses) in smaller cameras, Panasonic has just put out a press release to announce official pricing.
Digital Cameras & Camcorders
Gadget geek Janice Chen delivers real-world buying advice of the best digital photography gear to get.
Janice got her hands on a Nikon Coolpix 900 back in 1998 and has been a digital camera enthusiast ever since.
DPReview and PhotographyBlog both posted full, hands-on reviews of the Nikon D90 yesterday. The general consensus among the reviewers (including our sister site CNET's Lori Grunin who posted her review earlier in the month) is that the D90 is an excellent and highly recommended enthusiast's dSLR.
Eight-megapixel camera phones are no longer so unusual--we've known about the Sony Ericsson C905 for a while and the recently announced Samsung Pixon has been getting a lot of buzz since it was announced last week. But the LG Renoir and LG KC780 have added so many camera features that it's easy to forget that these are cell phones.
Back in its heyday, the Vivitar brand meant well-priced, good quality lenses, flash units and SLR film cameras, but more recently it's been associated with a generic, though broad line of digital cameras...
In the calm after the Photokina 2008 storm, there's a lull in digital camera-related news this week, but Amazon is hoping to cash in on some post-Photokina camera shopping at least.
While there are certainly interesting cameras to discover at Photokina 2008, there are also a slew of digital camera accessories being shown off. My favorite comes from Lensbaby (formerly known as Lensbabies), which announced three new "selective focus" lenses for digital SLR users.
Photokina 2008, the world's largest photographic and imaging tradeshow, officially kicked off yesterday, but there have been lots of new product announcements in the leadup. Here are some highlights of products being shown and announced at the show in Cologne, Germany.
As promised, some more details on the hotly anticipated EOS 5D Mark II. Unlike most of the yearly ho-hum updates out there (a few megapixels here, a couple of features there), the EOS 5D Mark II announced yesterday is worth the three-year wait...
The rumor mill predicted a September 17th announcement date and here we are. Canon finally announced the long-anticipated successor to the EOS 5D, named (as expected) the EOS 5D Mark II. Check back later for an updated, more thorough post, but for now see the links below for more info:
I don't usually go in for rumor-mongering and all that, but I've been getting so many queries about the eagerly awaited Canon EOS 5D replacement that I felt obligated to pass these links along: