Don't-Miss Camera Stories
The past few weeks have been chock-full of new camera announcements. Here's a look at 10 cameras we're excited about, with special attention to the digital-imaging trends taking shape for the upcoming year.
Filmmakers and programmers create and instant, real-time 3D model using a single DSLR camera and a Kinect.
Olympus's new Micro Four-Thirds camera is based on a wish list from photographers in Japan, and the result is an interchangeable-lens model that shoots quickly, withstands water, and boasts outstanding maneuvers in the dark.
The Pentax Optio WG-2 GPS and WG-2 have new low-light-optimized CMOS sensors and 1080p video capabilities to go along with their front-facing LED lamps.
The 20X-optical-zoom PowerShot SX260 HS, ruggedized PowerShot D20, and two new Wi-Fi-enabled compact cameras headline the latest round of Canon point-and-shoot announcements.
Our review unit of this Wi-Fi camera had fuzzy video playback in our hands-on tests, but Dropcam promises that the final version of its Dropcam HD will not have these problems.
Facebook makes a lot of money, and wants to make more by going public. Also, did you know that inkjet printers may be better than lasers for small business?
Pentax's new compact interchangeable-lens camera offers a unique body designed by Marc Newson, and it's the first mirrorless camera we've seen to support DSLR lenses natively.
Among the highlights in Nikon's new announcements are an F1.8 premium compact, two pocketable high-zoom cameras, and a kid-friendly rugged model.