If advanced cameras are sort of your thing and any old box won’t do, Sony’s next compact has your name all over it, sporting a full-frame sensor set to 42 megapixels. Just wow.
People who love cameras and the art of photography are likely more than familiar with the “Leica” brand and the inherent cost of owning one, but a new advanced compact could find that middle ground and still keep the quality in just as high regard.
Digital SLRs have some major competition with the mirror-less shooters out there, so how do you beat them? Make the sensor bigger and studio quality.
Photographic enthusiasts who know the value of a full-frame camera will be keen to see that Sony has updated its full-frame compact camera, one of the only models of its kind.
With Photokina on next week, the camera companies are busy showing off their new products for the rest of the year. While more announcements are expected in the coming days, Nikon is now showing us its wares, with the D600 full-frame camera being outed in Australia.
Ahead of Photokina next week in Germany, Sony is showing its hand, with lots of new cameras aimed at letting anyone capture the best image possible, whether they're doing it with a small camera or one the size of your head.
With Canon talking up its latest development in digital SLR technology, Nikon is announcing something new too, updating the world with some lenses which may give us an insight into what other products the company might be introducing.
Camera manufacturer Nikon has released its next big digital SLR, a whopping 36.3 megapixel beast with 1080p Full HD video support. Interestingly, there's no recommended retail price, and the company is telling customers to shop around.
Enthusiast photographers and professional videographers have something to be happy about, as Canon has announced the follow-up to its applauded EOS 5D Mark II.
The fight for 2012's best camera appears to have started, with Nikon announcing a camera with the world's largest megapixel count in a digital SLR.