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Panono Panoramic Ball Camera

Mark Peters : 2013-12-24 07:10:00
First digital camera with more than 100 megapixels : The Panono Panoramic Ball Camera is the first consumer camera with more than 100 megapixels. As a result of strong consumer interest in the Panono throwable panoramic ball camera, the team working on its final development was able to procure camera modules with better optics and higher resolution that boost the camera from 72 to 108 megapixels and make the Panono the first consumer camera to exceed 100 megapixels. The Panono is a grapefruit-sized, ball-shaped camera with 36 camera modules embedded all around it that fire simultaneously when thrown into the air to capture everything in every direction in 360° X 360° fully spherical panoramic pictures.


Olympus Stylus SH60 features

Mark Peters : 2013-11-21 11:47:00
Olympus SH60 digital camera features : The Olympus Stylus SH-60 features advanced image stabilization and powerful iHS technology. The existing image stabilization function from Olympus only compensated for 2-axis angular blur that occurs when tilting the camera up, down, left, and right, however, in addition to angular blur compensation, the Stylus SH60 also compensates for rotational blur that commonly occurs when the shutter button is pressed. Blur compensation has evolved into a 3-axis function for still photography. In addition to compensating for shift blur that occurs when moving the camera up, down, left, right, horizontally, and vertically while shooting a movie, powerful compensation is also provided for rotational blur by both mechanical and electronic correction.


Olympus OM-D E-M1

Mark Peters : 2013-11-19 12:50:00
Olympus OM-D E-M1 Micro Four Thirds camera : Olympus introduces the OM-D E-M1 Micro Four Thirds digital camera. Owners of full-format and APS-C digital SLR cameras have a problem and Olympus has created a camera to solve it. The Olympus OM-D E-M1, the new pinnacle of Olympus’ digital imaging range. A D-SLR camera is often too bulky to carry, which is why the new Olympus E-M1 is more compact than its main rivals - and the ideal size for shooting on the go. The camera combines the portable dimensions of the Micro Four Thirds format with image quality that matches D-SLRs. Thanks to a new Live MOS sensor and next-generation TruePic VII image processor; it delivers the best images in the history of Olympus cameras.


Experience FX-format photography with the Nikon DF

Mark Peters : 2013-11-12 10:30:00
Nikon DF camera features : Experience the creative thrill of FX-format photography wherever you go, thanks to a compact camera body that weighs approximately 710 grams without the battery. Built to withstand severe conditions, the Nikon DF camera features tough yet lightweight magnesium alloy top, bottom, and rear covers, and is weather-sealed to the same degree as the Nikon D800 for enhanced resistance to dust and moisture. When shooting in Live View mode, optional assist gridlines for 1:1 or 16:9 image ratios help with composition, and the contrast-detect AF system boasts enhanced operability, accuracy, and speed. Photographers can also confirm exposure simply by pressing the preview button when shooting in Manual mode.


Olympus STYLUS 1 digital camera

Mark Peters : 2013-11-10 12:15:00
Olympus STYLUS 1 premium compact camera : The Olympus STYLUS 1 camera offers the ideal blend of effective, hands-on controls and intuitive, high-tech aids like finger-triggered Fast AF and Touch AF Shutter via the LCD. The customizable analogue / digital Hybrid Control Ring on the front lets you assign the parameters you adjust most frequently (e.g., aperture, shutter speed, exposure time and program shift) to the ring or subdial on the top of the camera. This way you can adjust them manually without taking your eye off your subject - in the style of a pro. In analogue mode, the ring turns smoothly for zooming and focusing. In digital mode, you can assign functions to a single menu and click through it with the Fn2 button.


Nikon 1 AW1 waterproof digital camera

Mark Peters : 2013-11-07 12:01:00
Nikon 1 AW1 digital camera features : The Nikon 1 AW1 compact system camera makes it possible to capture Full HD 1080p videos underwater, in freezing temperatures, and in the middle of the action. The phase-detection autofocus system and smooth, silent autofocus transitions make footage look natural and sound great. If you capture in Movie Mode you can take a full-resolution photo while filming. Select Advanced Movie Mode and you can change manual exposure settings in order to set shutter speed and aperture, or you can film with a smaller frame size and achieve dramatic effects in extreme slow motion. Action Control adds a whole new dimension to shooting ease and makes it simple to operate the camera - even when wearing gloves.


Nikon D610

Mark Peters : 2013-11-07 10:35:00
Nikon D610 camera features : The D610 digital SLR camera from Nikon is equipped with a 24.3 Megapixel FX-format CMOS image sensor. The body is packed with advanced technology inherited from Nikon's professional cameras, including the same Expeed 3 image processor and autofocus sensitivity as Nikon’s flagship D4. Faster than its predecessor, the Nikon D610 shoots up to 6 frames-per-second in both FX and DX formats, making it easier than ever to capture fast-moving subjects. For situations when silence is key, Nikon’s new 'Quiet Release' burst photography mode reduces the sound of the camera’s mirror return mechanism, so it’s easier to capture elusive subjects, such as wildlife, at up to 3 frames-per-second.


Sony Alpha digital cameras

Mark Peters : 2013-10-27 14:02:00
Sony Alpha digital camera features : The new Sony Alpha cameras (Alpha 7 and Alpha 7R) share a powerful BIONZ X processor that accurately reproduces details in textures in real-time via extra high-speed processing capabilities, and allows for exceptional low noise performance in all types of lighting conditions. Additionally, the powerful BIONZ X processor combined with the advanced, high resolution image sensor allow both Sony Alpha digital cameras to shoot pro-quality Full HD video (AVCHD progressive, 1920x1080p at 60p) with richly detailed colors and ultra-low noise. Clear Image Zoom has been enhanced for video recording as well, allowing for powerful close-up shots without sacrificing pixel count.






Nikon D610
Canon PowerShot SX520 HS
Canon PowerShot SX400 IS
Pentax XG-1
Leica M Monochrom
Nikon D810
Sony A7s
Sony CyberShot HX400V
Sony CyberShot H400
Nikon Coolpix S9700
Nikon Coolpix S9600
 
   
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