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Samsung launched the NX100 mirrorless interchangeable lens digital camera in Hong Kong today, and HardwareZone was there to catch it. Find out what's new and who the surprise guests were at the event.
What's the Translucent Mirror Technology for DSLR cameras? At a recent workshop organized by Sony South East Asia, we managed to get some information. Hit the jump for the details.
It was high time that Panasonic released its successor to the popular LUMIX LX3. With the LX5 finally available, it's time to take a look under its hood to see if the reworked camera sensor improves dynamic range and noise performance. Was the LX5 worth the wait? We road-tested it to find out for you.
As promised, here is the second and concluding coverage of Panasonic's Digital Imaging Seminar, held in Hokkaido, Japan. We've included a video interview with two executives from Panasonic Japan and some comparison test shots between the LX5 and LX3.
Panasonic invited us to Hokkaido, Japan to witness the announcement of its new ranges of digital cameras and camcorders, including the LUMIX DMC-LX5, the SDT750 (world's first AVCHD-based 3D-capable consumer camcorder) and TA1, a pocket-sized Full HD recording device. Here are some highlights in the first of two parts.
The Canon IXUS 300 HS combines the best of beauty, size and brawn for a compact digital camera. Find out why as we give you our findings of this refreshing little camera.
The dream is a simple one: to take high-quality photos similar to a DSLR camera but with a camera the size of a compact, and Sony is the latest entrant to the scene with the NEX-5 and NEX-3 cameras. The NEX cameras pack an APS-C sized sensor - similar to entry-level DSLRs - into a really small body, but does its performance fulfill the dream?
The ultra-slim and ergonomic Xacti VPC-CS1 has loads of eye candy, but does it capture videos and still photos well enough? We find out as we take it for a dry run.
Sony launched their new generation NEX cameras in Singapore with the surprise reveal of a new product to come.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 is the update to the first ever Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera, the G1, released to market in late 2008. Find out in our full review on what's new in this successor and how it fares against compacts and DSLRs today.