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The Nikon 1 AW1 is the world's first digital compact system camera which is waterproof, sh...

Photographers who want to shoot while snorkeling, rafting, skiing, or just splashing about in the water, are normally limited to using a tough compact camera, or shelling out for an expensive underwater-housing for their DSLR. The Nikon 1 AW1 has been designed to change that. It's claimed to be the world's first commercially available digital interchangeable lens camera which is waterproof and shockproof.  Read More

The Leica C is the the first Leica to come with Wi-Fi and NFC

Leica has introduced a new line of compact cameras with the unveiling of the Audi-designed Leica C. The new camera has been created to combine a sophisticated feature package with a small form factor. As such, it's the first Leica to come with Wi-Fi and NFC. And yes, the pocketable 12 megapixel shooter does bear more than a passing resemblance to the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LF1 it's based on.  Read More

The new Olympus OM-D E-M1 could be the end of the DSLR, at least as far as Olympus is conc...

Olympus has revealed its new flagship camera, the OM-D E-M1. While the mirrorless camera builds on the success of the E-M5, it's actually been designed as the successor to the last DSLR the firm produced, the E-5. As such, the camera boasts a chunky grip and manual controls galore. There's also a 16 megapixel sensor with no optical low-pass filter, a speedy autofocus system and built-in Wi-Fi.  Read More

The Lexar Professional Workflow HR1 is a four-bay USB 3.0 card reader hub

The Lexar Professional Workflow HR1 is a four-bay USB 3.0 card reader hub designed for professional photographers who need to import images and video from multiple cards quickly. The modular device can transfer from up to four memory cards at once and enables users to mix-and-match depending on whether they shoot on SD, CompactFlash or XQD memory cards.  Read More

The Nikon Coolpix P7800 and S02 offer modest upgrades to previous models

Nikon has announced two new updates to its line-up of Coolpix cameras. The P7800, which introduces an electronic viewfinder to the enthusiast-focused P7000 series, and the S02, which brings an improved resolution and Full HD video recording to Nikon's line of itty-bitty point-and-shoots.  Read More

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids is a child-friendly Android tablet

Samsung has announced the launch of a kid-friendly variant of its Galaxy Tab 3, the unimaginatively named Galaxy Tab 3 Kids. The new tablet will be basically the same as the original 7-inch tablet, but with a bright yellow makeover, a designed-for-kids skin running on Android 4.1, parental controls and chunky easy-to-grip cases.  Read More

The Sony Alpha A3000 may look like a DSLR, but it is actually a mirrorless camera

Sony has announced the latest addition to its Alpha line-up of DSLR-like cameras the Alpha A3000. But while previous devices like the A99 and A57 weren't technically DSLRs because they use translucent mirror technology, the A3000 goes one further by doing away with the mirror altogether. Also announced is the NEX-5T, another mirrorless camera from Sony which packs NFC wireless connectivity into a slim body.  Read More

Canon has added wireless connectivity to a number of its PowerShot cameras

Canon has updated its PowerShot camera line-up by adding wireless connectivity to a number of its popular models. Devices like the G16, S120 and SX510 HS bring Wi-Fi connectivity to previously un-connected product lines, while the Powershot N Facebook adds a dedicated Facebook connect button to the original for instant sharing of images and videos.  Read More

The Joby MPod Mini Stand fits most popular smartphones

Joby has released its latest tripod designed for steadying your smartphone, the MPod Mini Stand. In addition to the typically bobbly flexible-jointed legs you'd expect from Joby, the MPod Mini features an expandable head mount with rubberized jaws which can clamp almost any smartphone in place, even something as big as the Samsung Galaxy Note II.  Read More

Gizmag's Full Frame DSLR Comparison Guide

Not long ago it was only professional photographers, and enthusiasts with very deep pockets, who could afford a full frame DSLR. But there are now more options on the market than ever before, and the price of entry to the full frame fun has come down considerably. That makes it a good time for Gizmag to take a closer look at how the various models stack up against each other.  Read More

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