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The Everio GZ-R10 (pictured) and GZ-R70 have been ruggedized thanks to JVC's 'Quad-Proof' ...

After introducing its "Quad-Proof" technology on its ADIXXION camcorder in 2012, JVC has brought the ruggedized feature set to its latest Everio models. The Everio GZ-R70 and GZ-R10 are dust-proof, water resistant to 5 m (16.4 ft), drop-proof from a height of 1.5 m (4.9 ft) and freeze-proof to temperatures as low as -10° C (14° F).  Read More

The Nikon D3300 will be bundled with a new smaller 18-55-mm kit lens

Nikon has revealed its latest entry-level DSLR, the D3300. The new camera has a 24-megapixel sensor without an optical low pass filter, uses the new EXPEED 4 image processor and will come with a new small and retractable standard zoom kit lens. At the other end of the DSLR line-up, Nikon has also announced the development of D4S, its next flagship DSLR.  Read More

The Canon Powershot N100 can embed a photo of you taking a photo into your photo

Canon has revealed its next PowerShot N camera, the N100. While the new device ditches the quirky square form-factor of the original N, it has gained its own distinctive tricks, such as using a rear-facing camera to take photos of you taking photos. Designed with social sharing in mind, the pocketable camera also features Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity.  Read More

The new Samsung NX30 features a number of substantial upgrades over its predecessor, the N...

Samsung has unveiled its latest mirrorless camera, the NX30. A follow-up to the previously flagship NX20, the new camera boasts a series of substantial upgrades including better autofocusing, a tiltable EVF, and easy wireless connectivity with NFC. Samsung also announced a new line of premium S lenses for NX cameras, which will launch with the introduction of a 16-50-mm F2-F2.8 zoom.  Read More

The Galaxy Camera 2 is the new Android-toting smart compact camera from Samsung

Samsung has revealed the Galaxy Camera 2, the successor to its Android-toting smart compact camera. The new model features a more retro grown-up camera design and boasts upgrades to its processor, RAM, and battery. There's also a new dedicated selfie mode, presumably to ensure Instagram always gets your best side.  Read More

Gizmag takes a look back at the biggest and best camera releases from the past 12 months

2013 was a great year for new cameras. There were full frame mirrorless shooters which can rival all but the very best DSLRs, compacts good enough to make you leave your smartphone in your pocket, and DSLRs which can shoot better video than they've ever been able to. Join Gizmag as we take a look back at some of our favorite cameras of 2013.  Read More

The Ovision underwater housing for iPhones 4 thru 5C

If you want to snap some pics with your iPhone while snorkeling or scuba diving, there are already a number of polycarbonate underwater housings that will let you take your phone to a depth of 30 meters (100 ft) or so. A few others can protect it down to around 57 m (187 ft). According to Montreal-based product designer Pierre-Yves Pépin, however, his Ovision housing is good to at least 91 m (300 ft).  Read More

The Digital Bolex D16 Cinema Camera, sporting its snazzy retro pistol grip

There was a time, not all that long ago, when most independent film-makers shot their projects on relatively-inexpensive 16mm film – it wasn't as pricey as 35mm, but was definitely a step up from Super 8. The cameras shooting that film were quite often made by the venerable Swiss manufacturer, Bolex. Today, in the age of digital video, film-makers wanting to take a step up from consumer-grade camcorders are looking at some pretty expensive gear. LA-based entrepreneurs Joe Rubinstein and Elle Schneider are trying to change that, with the introduction of their Digital Bolex D16 Cinema Camera.  Read More

The device is designed to sit in a camera’s hotshoe mount

We've seen a steady flow of devices emerge and attempt to bridge the gap between the amateur photographers and those creating time-lapse masterpieces. The Astro camera mount, for example, reduced the required technology to a three-ringed device that fits in your pocket, while the Genie and Camalapse went one step further to incorporate panning and tracking shots for those wanting a little creative freedom. These factors considered, the Michron is by no means revolutionary, but with no buttons, screens or dials, it may be the most simplified and user-friendly installment yet.  Read More

Phlite lamps convert your photography gear into interior lights

Whether it's their vintage rangefinder or a carbon fiber tripod, some photographers like looking at camera equipment almost as much as the photographs they've taken. The Phlite lamp is a product which might mean us camera-geeks don't have to pack our kit away at the end of a shoot, because it turns photography gear into stylish interior lighting.  Read More

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