Boasting 20.3MP, 12800 ISO, 7fps shooting, 1080p video, and all on a DSLR APS-C CMOS sensor, the Samsung NX200 is no ordinary camera.
Fujifilm has just announced the X10, a better point and shoot than most of us are used to. With a 12MP sensor and f/2 lens, the camera blends nicely with some of the best point and shoots around. But that is where the X10 begins to separate from the pack.
Sony has just announced a new baby A77 called the A65. This camera basically crams the A77 internals into a smaller, plastic configuration.
Replacing the P7000 in mid September, Nikon has just announced the P7100. This advanced compact camera features a slightly larger low light 10MP sensor with a 7.1x optical zoom.
A tutorial on how to use graduated filters to spice up or repair an image in Adobe Lightroom 3
A basic tutorial on how to edit and touch up your photo in Adobe Lightroom 3
It is August again and all the big camera manufactures are getting ready for their big announcements. Nikon, Sony, and possibly Canon have major DSLR announcements scheduled for the end of the month with reports of consumer compacts sprinkled around those dates.
Fuji has just announced the F600EXR which looks to be quite a beastly camera for a retailed $350. Boasting a 16mp sensor, RAW capture, 1080P video, 11fps burst, 15x zoom lens (24-360mm equivalent), and all visible on a large 3" screen.