Ready for some news this week that has nothing in common with mobiles, tablets, or wearables? Nikon has it in the form of a new digital SLR that can shoot holes of light in even the darkest of places.
Samsung has been spending a lot of time in phones, tablets, and home audio, and now it’s time to see what the company is doing with cameras, as we go exclusively one on one with the NX30.
With improvements in technology, our cameras are getting better than ever. They’re sharper, clearer, boast amazing picture recreation, and in the case of one camera, comes with the world’s fastest autofocus seen in any interchangeable lens camera.
Those of you with a keen eye for adventure have probably dabbled in capturing your exploits with a GoPro, the camera that seems to be favourite of many adventurers and anyone keen to take a dive in a pool of water, but did you know you can control the camera using a smartwatch?
Capturing movies in Full HD is so passé, or at least it appears to be, with Panasonic announcing a mirror-less interchangeable that can capture movies in 4K Ultra HD.
If the idea of an SLR-inspired compact has your attention, but you don’t want to spend more than a grand, Olympus has a new one in the mix, and from our early hands-on, it’s a lovely little camera.
Camera companies are getting better and better at building interchangeable lens cameras to match a compact size, and Fujifilm’s latest not only looks retrolicious, but features specs to satisfy plenty of photographers.
The new Garmin VIRB action camera brings something new to the table this year, with connectivity between the camera, and other Garmin GPS and fitness devices. But how does the VIRB handle a hard week with the average Aussie adventurer?
Fujifilm’s instant photography system known as “Instax” has captured the hearts of people who wished Polaroid still made a lot of instant film cameras, but now the technology will be used for something we all have: a smartphone.
We may have gone mad with alliteration in this story, but Canon has our attention at CES, connecting its camera with enough connectivity to make the modern smartphone owner feel cool.