These days you expect a camera to be pretty meaty when it comes to features, and Sony’s latest take on the mirrorless market looks to cover some big areas, as well as some small ones, too.
One camera range has been missing from the Olympus effort over the past few years, and it’s the Pen rangefinders. Fortunately, it’s back, and it has the bones of the bigger mirrorless cameras to rely on.
Quadcopters and their drone siblings are often seen as little more than toys, and it’s an area smaller companies not known for making drones don’t compete well in, but Kaiser Baas is still going to give it a good thwack.
Ultra HD TVs have certainly been around long enough and cameras have been able to capture stills for them, but video, that’s something only big cameras have supported. This year, the small ones will get it, too.
CES revealed a few new cameras, but Fujifilm has been a little late in talking up its models, and now that the show is over, it’s ready to show Australia what it has coming shortly.
Nikon had big cameras and Olympus had tough cameras, so what does that leave Canon to impress us with? Little cameras, and there are five of them.
The mirrorless cameras have been waving 4K video for so long that many of us wondered when DSLRs would join the party. Fortunately, they’re about to, as Nikon delivers UHD video in two digital SLRs.
Compact cameras may not do as well as they once did, now that phones are taking over from them, but if you need to take a camera underwater or into the snow, you might need something made for the purpose, and one of the originals is back with a new tough camera.
You can probably expect that 4K video is a big deal in cameras, and now that we’re about to have more virtual reality in our life, 360 video is important, too. But together? Nikon is there at CES.
Tired of the same old camera bag look? So is Lowepro, and for the “Streetline” series has something a little more edgy, and a little more urban. And it’s a little cool, too.