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The NX1 CSC with the new dust- and splash-resistant 50 - 150 mm F2.8 NX mount telephoto le...

Samsung today announced a new mirrorless camera that was designed by professionals for professionals. The NX1 features the latest DRIM image engine, a brand new 28 megapixel BSI sensor, super quick autofocus and a high ISO sensitivity range. The new pro level camera is also capable of 4K video recording and can send UHD footage to a high resolution TV wirelessly.  Read More

Panasonic has revealed a trio of Lumix cameras with large sensors

Panasonic is running with the idea of small devices with big sensors at Photokina this year. The firm has revealed a trio of Lumix devices including the CM1, an Android smartphone/camera hybrid with a one-inch type camera sensor, and the smaller-than-average GM5 mirrorless shooter. Also outed was the compact LX100, which boasts a large 4/3-inch sensor.  Read More

The Ricoh WG-M1 is a waterproof, shock-resistant, and cold-resistant actioncam

The newly announced Ricoh WG-M1 is the latest addition to the WG-series of rugged adventure cameras. But its quirky form-factor differs from the rest of the line-up, and the new 14-megapixel camera is clearly designed to compete in the action camera market. It features a wide-angle lens, built-in Wi-Fi and a 1.5-inch LCD screen.  Read More

The Nikon Coolpix S6900 can help you take more flattering selfies

The Nikon Coolpix S6900 is the latest camera to be marketed on its selfie-friendly credentials. Announced ahead of Photokina, the 16-megapixel shooter features a vari-angle touchscreen and a built-in camera stand to make the framing of self-portraits easier, and mean they don't all feature an out-stretched arm. There's also Wi-Fi and NFC so you can get those all-important selfies onto social media site posthaste.  Read More

The Nikon D750 features a newly developed full frame 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor

Nikon has announced the D750, its long-awaited follow-up to the D700, ahead of Photokina. The new camera will sit between the D610 and D810 in the Nikon full frame DSLR line-up, and boast many features we've previously seen on higher-end models. Designed for enthusiasts or pros, the 24.3-megapixel camera has a 51 point autofocus system, built-in Wi-Fi, and a tilting LCD screen.  Read More

The Fujifilm X100T boasts the world's first electronic rangefinder

Fujifilm has revealed the latest update to its X100 series of fixed focal length compact cameras. The X100T sticks with much of what made the X100S great, but offers what could be significant upgrades for some users. It boasts the world's first electronic rangefinder, an improved control layout, and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for remote shooting.  Read More

The H5X is a new medium-format system camera body from Hasselblad

Hasselblad has announced the new H5X medium-format system, which it will show off at Photokina next week, alongside its H5D-50c. The new camera body will allow photographers to use H System lenses and benefit from H5 capabilities, whether they currently have older Hasselblad backs, third party digital backs, or are still film shooters.  Read More

The Mamiya Leaf Credo 50 is a medium-format digital back with a 50-megapixel CMOS sensor

The Leaf Credo 50, from Mamiya Leaf, is the latest medium-format shooter to feature a 50-megapixel CMOS sensor. As such, the new digital back follows in the footsteps of recently-released devices like the Phase One IQ250, Hasselblad H5D-50c and Pentax 645Z, by boasting a versatile wide ISO range, improved Live View, and faster continuous shooting than its predecessors.  Read More

Panasonic's HC-X1000 is the first camcorder capable of recording 4K ultra HD video at 60 f...

Panasonic has announced the HC-X1000, the first camcorder capable of recording 4K ultra HD video at 60 frames per second onto an SD card. Intended as a bridging camera for 1080p shooters looking to take the step into 4K production, the X1000 brings a host of pro features to the table, including twin XLR audio inputs, built in ND filters, a 20x zoom, high speed autofocus Leica lens and a pop-out protected touch screen. With dual SD card slots, it also introduces a new "background recording" mode that constantly lays down footage on the secondary card so you never miss anything.  Read More

The Sony QX1 turns your smartphone into a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera

Not content with transforming smartphones into compact cameras with its quirky smart lenses, Sony now wants them to be interchangeable lens cameras too. Revealed at IFA 2014, the firm's new lens-style QX1 camera boasts a much bigger sensor than its predecessors, and swaps their built-in lenses for the ability to use interchangeable E-mount glass.  Read More

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