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If the only thing stopping you from trying a compact interchangeable lens camera was that it wasn’t much more compact than a digital SLR, Panasonic has news for you.
K2 is one of the world’s tallest peaks. G2 is a new high point in smartphones, providing a mountain of functionality and NBN-busting speeds. LG is offering much to admire and enjoy here.
The second of the bigger mirror-less cameras from Olympus, the E-M1 reinvents the an SLR from the 70s with bits of today, making it a standout camera for tomorrow.
Looking like a piece out of history, the Olympus E-P5 takes design elements from yesterday and combines it with tech from today, resulting in a camera that looks like it will be one of the best we’ve ever seen. Does it succeed, or is the Olympus E-P5 all flash and no substance?
There’s a new compact system camera coming from Panasonic, and just going on the pictures and specs alone, it looks like it will be an interesting little camera.
The compact interchangeable lens camera market is heating up, and Samsung is providing another reason to try its system out, introducing a camera to Australians that features retrolicious looks with modernised innards.
Photographers are sure spoiled for choice, and a new model on the way from Olympus only adds to that, offering up a camera with looks that match some evolved insides.
You’ve gone to the effort to buy lenses and take some seriously good photos on that holiday, but now you’re wondering how to get those pics across to your phone for easy Instagramming. Previously, interchangeable lens cameras lacked the necessary hardware, but a new one from Panasonic will support it.
According to a recent survey, over five million Australians are using tablet computers, and while the popularity doesn’t take us by surprise, the fact that 73 percent of failure in these devices comes from being dropped might. With that in mind, Panasonic has launched new machines that can survive most things you throw at them.
Apple may not have acknowledged the existence of the wireless communication technology known as NFC, but that’s not going to stop other companies, with Panasonic becoming one of the first camera manufacturers to integrate the tech into compacts and make it easier to share than ever.