Camera companies need to find a way to get people to take pictures on more than just their phones, and so Nikon’s latest approach is actually kind of novel: make sure every camera talks to a phone.
Content for UHD TVs may be hard to find, but the cameras sure aren’t, with Panasonic announcing a new model that not only comes with 4K support, but also 5-axis stabilisation and an easy way to charge that camera.
Sony might not have its mojo in computers anymore, but in cameras, it’s full steam ahead with developments that are all about imaging excellence.
We’ve all taken a selfie at one point in time, and it doesn’t matter if you consider yourself a pro photographer or something in between, because chances are you’ve done it, too, but what if you could snare one on a camera with lenses?
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.
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.
Know someone keen to be the next Ansel Adams or Henri-Cartier Bresson? Help take them there with the hardware or software a photographer can rely on in the modern age.
Forget the Lytro, because while the one megapixel square shooter was cool for the time, Panasonic has found a way to get a similar effect going inside its mirrorless cameras.
You thought phones and tablets were in fierce competition? So are cameras, and Sony is showing it knows a thing or two about the fight, with a new camera that aims to please.
If you’re an enthusiast photographer, you know all too well the importance of a camera with lenses, but even this club can be a little pricey to join, and that’s where Olympus hopes to make a dent.
Keen to get some 4K video captured for that new 4K TV, but you just know you’re going to get caught in a rain storm? Panasonic has a camera just for that.
How do you deal with a lack of Ultra HD content for 4K TVs? You get people to make their own, which is exactly what Panasonic is doing with its latest mirror-less shooter, providing not just 4K video, but 4K image shooting.
Retro is completely in at the moment, and Fujifilm is proving it, showing off a new mirrorless camera that oozes the 70s. If it weren’t for the screen, you’d swear it took film.
A new compact mirrorless shooter is on the way for people who like small sizes and large output, with Nikon’s J5, a tiny camera that can capture 4K videos.
Keen to shoot some 28 megapixel images and 4K UHD video but don’t like carrying around a big camera? You’re not the only one, and Samsung is showing what it can do to make your life easier with its compact NX500.