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 officially made one of the most anticipated announcements of the year. The A77 has been announced as a game changer and contains one amazing spec list for the price.
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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.
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Nikon has officially announced a press conference in several countries for August 24th. Typically such announcements are reserved for heavy increases in product offerings or for new DSLR cameras. Nikon could be announcing a D4, D400, or D800, all of which are due for replacement. Replacements for the aging D300, D700 and D3s have been rumored for some time. Nikon also typically will bring a new lens to the table to compliment a new DSLR camera.