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Samsung NX1 body

Mark Peters : 2014-10-23 13:30:00
Samsung NX1 magnesium alloy body : The Samsung NX1 compact camera is crafted from highly durable magnesium alloy. The Samsung NX1 body is built to deliver heart-stopping photography at amazing fast speeds. It’s built for durability and goes anywhere around the world with ease. The Samsung NX1 body is fully crafted from highly durable magnesium alloy, giving you the firm, rigid structure you would expect from the most premium system cameras. Despite the light weight and portable size, the NX1 is one tough camera that you can rely on in any environment. The Samsung NX1 body was built with a dust and splash resistant structure. The camera is ready to perform even when your surroundings are dusty or wet.


Canon EOS 7D Mark II photography

Mark Peters : 2014-09-21 16:50:00
Canon 7D Mark II photography features : The new EOS 7D Mark II Digital SLR camera provides a wealth of creative controls building on the features and functions of the EOS 5D Mark III and EOS-1D X professional digital cameras. The camera's AI Servo AF III autofocus algorithm is similar to that of the EOS-1D X in that tracking parameters (tracking sensitivity, acceleration/deceleration tracking, and AF point auto switching) can be easily customized for specific shooting situations, using the same type of AF Configuration Menu. This capability makes it easy for Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera users to match AI Servo AF settings when used together with EOS-1D X and EOS 5D Mark III cameras, while also providing a high level of performance at an affordable price point.


Photokina mobile photorgraphy news

Mark Peters : 2014-08-16 17:30:00
Photokina 2014 mobile photorgraphy news : Photokina grants insights into the 'imaging phenomenon' smartphone. According to estimates, around 30 million smartphones will be sold in Germany alone in 2014, worldwide the figure will be over one billion appliances. The Photokina show - the world's leading trade fair of the photography and imaging industry - has been accompanying this trends towards the new 'always available digital cameras' for years and will be highlighting the theme in detail at the fair. This year the Photokina organisers - Koelnmesse and the Photographic Industry Association - are further expanding this commitment.


Samsung Galaxy K zoom

Mark Peters : 2014-07-27 15:45:00
Samsung Galaxy K zoom : Samsung Electronics announced the Galaxy K zoom with the availability of an enhanced Vine application. This version of Vine, a service owned by Twitter that makes it easy for people to watch, create and share short looping videos, capitalizes on the zoom capabilities of the Galaxy device. Coupled with the effortless capturing, real optics, and premium design of the Galaxy K zoom, Vine allows consumers to seamlessly and effectively record subjects, near and far. Specifically, the Vine app for Galaxy K zoom features zoom buttons directly on the recording screen, allowing the user to easily zoom in and out when creating a Vine video on the Samsung device.


Multi-aperture cameras for mobile phones and tablets

Mark Peters : 2014-06-22 23:00:00
Mobile Photography to the next level : LinX Computational Imaging, a pioneer in the development of multi-aperture imaging technologies, reports that it has successfully developed miniature multi-aperture cameras designed for mobile devices. The camera modules are nearly half the height of a standard mobile camera and are capable of creating stunning color images and high accuracy depth maps. The image quality of mobile cameras has reached a dead end. Device makers are striving to differentiate using imaging capabilities but the pixel size race has ended and next generation cameras do not reveal any dramatic improvements. LinX cameras revolutionize mobile photography and broaden the usability span and user experience, allowing us to leave our digital SLR camera at home.


Nikon 1 V3 system camera

Mark Peters : 2014-03-18 08:05:00
Capture Professional quality movies with the Nikon V3 : The Nikon 1 V3 system camera is ideal when you want to pack light, move fast, and film discreetly. Its hybrid autofocus system with quick and accurate phase-detection autofocus ensures smooth video action with precision subject tracking. You can hit the record button to start filming instantly, or take manual control over exposure and ISO settings, and electronic VR (E-VR) ensures blur-free footage for HD movies shot at 1080/30p or 720/30p. You can achieve breathtaking dramatic effects with Slow Motion, a function that plays back a 3 second, 120 fps HD movie clip over 12 seconds, and new creative movie modes making their debut in the Nikon 1 V3 include Fast Motion, Jump Cut, and 4-Second Movie.


Fujifilm FinePix S1 video features

Mark Peters : 2014-03-04 17:50:00
Shooting Full HD video with the Fujifilm FinePix S1 : Brimming with new imaging technologies to improve picture taking and creativity, the new FinePix S1 offers everything you could want from a bridge camera, including a powerful 50x image-stabilised optical zoom lens, wireless communication, Full HD video function - all wrapped in a robust dust and water-resistant body. The Fujifilm S1 offers high-precision, Full HD (1920x1080, 60p) movie recording and its newly developed 5-Axis Image Stabilisation and 3D Noise Reduction have greatly improved performance when shooting HD movies. The optical and electronic 5-Axis Image Stabilisation reduces blurring from vertical, horizontal and rotational movement during video capture.


Nikon D4S video function

Mark Peters : 2014-03-01 17:15:00
Nikon D4S video functions : For moviemaking in diverse conditions, the new Nikon D4S D-SLR camera offers broadcast-quality video in multiple frame formats and boasts a range of operational enhancements that allow more control over footage while filming and improve sound recording. D-movies are now possible at 50p/60p, and photographers can set sensitivity and select maximum ISO in M mode, plus select the sensor crop format, control power aperture, and fix shutter speed. In addition, Nikon’s 3D noise reduction reduces random noise and noise flicker when filming at high sensitivities. As with the D4, the D4S offers three sensor crop formats, FX, DX, and native crop (approximately 2.7x), and uncompressed full-resolution HDMI output to external electronic devices.






Nikon D750
Fujifilm X-T1 compact system camera
Fujifilm X30 compact camera
Fujifilm X100T compact digital camera
Fujifilm X-A1 system camera
Fujifilm FinePix HS35EXR
Fujifilm FinePix AX660 digital camera
Olympus PEN E-PL7
Casio Exilim EX-ZR1500
Casio EX-ZR50
Casio Exilim EX-TR50
 
   
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