News: Digital Cameras
Tuesday, 3 Dec 2013
A successor to the Canon EOS M has been announced. The EOS M2 looks set to address the sluggish auto-focus speeds we found on the M, with a new Hybrid CMOS AF II system, which promises to be 2.3 times faster than its predecessor.
Saturday, 30 Nov 2013
Panasonic's LUMIX GM1 was regionally launched yesterday in Singapore. Details after the jump.
Thursday, 21 Nov 2013
The seventh annual Canon PhotoMarathon was successfully held just a few days ago at Berjaya Times Square. Find out what happened at the event after the jump.
Wednesday, 20 Nov 2013
Nikon D5300 users with Sigma lenses, you may want to send your lenses for a firmware update because there have been reports of incompatibility. Find out more after the jump.
Wednesday, 13 Nov 2013
Lytro 3D has been announced, which allows Lytro users to view their pictures in 3D on their desktops, mobile devices and TVs.
Thursday, 7 Nov 2013
Nikon has joined the retro-inspired digital camera bandwagon by launching the Nikon Df. Details on local pricing and availability after the jump.
Tuesday, 5 Nov 2013
A new retro inspired camera by Nikon, the Df, short for Digital Fusion was recently launched. With a 16MP full-frame sensor inside, the camera is built with manual operators in mind, with mechanical dials which harken back to the film SLRs of old. Click through to find out what else is new with the Df.
Wednesday, 30 Oct 2013
A number of Canon's video cameras will be receiving significant upgrades via firmware updates. Details about the supported models and updates after the jump.
Tuesday, 29 Oct 2013
Focal range has always been a limitation of advanced compact cameras, and the Olympus Stylus 1 seeks to remedy that with a 10.7x optical zoom lens that has a constant aperture of f/2.8 throughout its zoom range. The camera also sports a built-in hot shoe and 3 EV-stop ND filter.
Friday, 25 Oct 2013
Nikon has kicked off a new campaign called 'Pure Photography'. Currently, there's only one teaser video with little information, but it looks like Nikon has finally jumped on the retro-styled DSLR bandwagon.