Digital Cameras

Adventure-ready wearable records, auto-edits video on-the-go

At the end of an action-packed day of recorded activity, it can be difficult to muster motivation to scrutinize and edit all the footage. NexGear, a startup from Mumbai, India, is looking to make such memories simpler to publish, just as one might a selfie on social media. The Frodo Adventure Camera is designed to record and auto-edit the best scenes into ready-to-share videos.Read More

Sony's got videography highs and lows covered

Said to be the smallest camera in Sony's full-frame line-up, the upcoming UMC-S3C video camera combines 4K resolution video recording prowess with the highest low-light sensitivity in its class. The lightweight box is compatible with E-mount lenses and eliminates the need for network cabling for extended mobile use.Read More

Sony goes big with the RX10 III superzoom camera

Sony has announced the latest iteration of its large-sensored bridge camera with the Cyber-Shot RX10 III. This time around, the 20.1-megapixel one-inch-type sensor isn't the only big part of the camera; its built-in zoom lens offers a massive 24-600-mm equivalent F2.4-F4 lens, triple the zoom of its predecessor. Also revealed are a couple of new full frame FE lenses: A 70-300-mm F4.5-F5.6 zoom and a 50-mm F1.8 prime.Read More

Hands-on: Canon’s 1D X Mark II DSLR is a wonderfuly powerful beast

Canon's 1D cameras have been the go-to choice for many news, sports, and wildlife photographers for around 15 years, and it looks like the new 1D X Mark II will be just as popular thanks to its impressive autofocus system, 14 fps continuous shooting, and 4K video recording. We recently spent a bit of hands-on time with the camera at the UK Photography Show 2016, to see what users can expect when it starts shipping.Read More

Hands-on: Nikon's D5 and D500 show us what they’re made of

The D5 and D500 are the latest flagship DSLRs from Nikon. We know from the specification sheets that they boast improved autofocus, speedy shooting, 4K video recording, and ISO ranges which extend into ridiculous numbers, but what are they like in person? We recently went hands-on with the duo at the UK Photography Show 2016 to find out.Read More

Hands-on: Sony’s A6300 is even faster than we expected

When Sony announced its A6300 mirrorless camera, it promised a significant performance boost over the popular A6000, and it looks like it was spot on. As we found out when we had an brief hands-on with the camera at the UK Photography Show 2016, it is blisteringly fast compared to its predecessor, and considerably quicker than many of its rivals.Read More

Hands-on: We shake the Pentax K-1 by its monitor, so you don’t have to

Pentax has a reputation for producing some of the hardiest DSLRs on the market, and with a magnesium alloy body and weather-sealing, the new K-1 is no exception. However, even knowing this we didn't envision that a few minutes into our hands-on with the full frame camera at the Photography Show 2016 that we'd be shaking it around by its rear monitor, but sometimes these things just happen.Read More


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