Canon has unveiled the latest update to their professional line of dSLR: the Canon EOS-1D X. This 18 megapixel full-frame camera is set to replace the Canon EOS-1D Mark IV.
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When Nikon released it’s D5000 DSLR, it no doubt piqued the interests of professional, enthusiast and novice photographers alike as it offered a body with better capabilities than it’s lower end brother, the D3000. An uncommon sight especially with regards to Nikon’s line of DSLRs. Today, Nikon unveils the refresh to the D5000, the Nikon [...]
Canon rolls out the update to it’s midrange dSLR range, the Canon EOS 600D / T3i. It features an 18-megapixel sensor, full HD 1080p video recording. Sounds familiar? Yep, you bet, that’s the same spec as Canon’s 2010 midrange DSLR model, the Canon EOS 550D / T2i. Seems like Canon is sticking to it’s yearly [...]
Canon has unveiled the successor to it’s 1000D entry level DSLR, the Canon T3 or Canon EOS 1100D. The EOS 1100D is equipped with a 12MP CMOS sensor and Digic 4 processor, allowing it to record 720p HD video. It features a 9-point AF sensor previously used in more expensive models and the iFCL color-sensitive [...]
Canon has unveiled it’s successor to the popular Canon Powershot G G11 camera, the Canon PowerShot G12. The company touts the G12 as the first PowerShot G model to equip with Canon HS (High Sensitivity) System – a combination of 10-megapixel CCD sensor and DIGIC 4 processor, a formidable and very capable duo. The Canon [...]
Aside from announcing it’s latest prosumer DSLR, the Nikon D7000, Nikon also introduces a new speedlite, the SB-700 flashgun. The SB-700 sits comfortably in between the trusty old SB-600 and the more expensive yet amazingly functional SB-900. ike the SB-600 it offers wireless control and similar recycle times. Like the SB-900, it can serve as [...]
Nikon has unveiled the successor to it’s D90 prosumer-level SLR camera, the Nikon D7000. The all new Nikon D7000 features 16.2Mp CMOS sensor, faster ‘Expeed 2′-branded processor, 921k dot 3.0″ LCD, record 1080p full HD movies, 39-point AF system with 3D tracking and 2,016 pixel RGB metering sensor encased in a magnesium alloy body.
Canon has announced the EOS 60D. It boasts an 18MP CMOS, Full HD 1080p video recording and an articulating LCD screen. The Canon EOS 60D is the successor to the Canon 50D (announced in August 2008, which is exactly two years ago). That said, as a prosumer-level camera, it’s a weird decision to encase the [...]
Nikon has introduced the D3000 replacement, the Nikon D3100. This entry level SLR sports 14.2 MegaPixels, 1080 video recording as well as auto-focus during video mode! Sure it only does 24fps during 1080 recording but on the flipside, the D3100 has face detection and subject tracking.