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Fujifilm announces new cameras, including the selfie-focused X-A2

By - January 16, 2015 19 Pictures
Fujifilm has revealed a number of new cameras, with the headline attraction being the X-A2. The new interchangeable lens camera is designed for selfie-obsessed photographers who don't want to compromise on image quality, and is the first X-series model to feature a 175 degree tilting LCD screen. Other selfie-friendly features include Eye Detection AF, and a Portrait Enhancer mode which makes a subject's skin look brighter and smoother. Read More
— Digital Cameras

Nikon finally adds a touchscreen to a DSLR with the D5500

By - January 6, 2015 10 Pictures
Nikon has revealed its first DSLR to feature touchscreen capabilities, the entry-level D5500. While its predecessor, the D5300, was the first Nikon DSLR to boast built-in Wi-Fi, it's the D5500 which finally adds the option of touchscreen operation to the firm's DSLR line-up. A couple of new lenses were also announced, the affordable 55-200-mm F4.5-F5.6G ED VR II, and the surprisingly compact 300-mm F4E PF ED VR. Read More
— Wearable Electronics

Narrative gives Clip 2 lifelogging camera better camera, wireless connectivity

By - January 5, 2015 6 Pictures
Sometimes, the moments you really want to capture in a photograph occur when you don't have a camera to hand. The Narrative Clip sought to solve this problem, clipping onto a user's clothing and taking a photo every 30 seconds. Narrative has now unveiled a new version called the Clip 2 that brings a number of user-requested improvements to the wearable camera. Read More
— Digital Cameras

2014 High-End Mirrorless Camera Comparison Guide

By - December 22, 2014 39 Pictures
We recently looked at a selection of the best entry-level and mid-range mirrorless cameras available. But some people want even more from their next camera, and will find themselves drawn to top-of-the-range models in search of improved image quality, faster performance and sturdier devices. Gizmag's 2014 high-end mirrorless camera comparison guide looks at how the best mirrorless cameras stack up against each other. Read More
— Science

World's fastest 2D camera captures 100 billion frames per second

By - December 3, 2014 1 Picture
Researchers at Washington University in St.Louis have built what they claim is the world's fastest 2D receive-only camera, which is able to capture images at a rate of up to 100 billion frames per second. Using a technique called Compressed Ultrafast Photography (CUP), the researchers have so far taken photographs of a number of properties of light propagation and behavior that are already pushing the dimensional limits of fundamental physics. Read More
— Digital Cameras

2014 Superzoom Camera Comparison Guide

By - November 9, 2014 37 Pictures
You don't need an interchangeable lens camera to have versatile shooting options. A new breed of long-zoom lens cameras can now have you photographing a wide scene one minute, and zooming in on a distant subject the next, all without making vast compromises in image quality. Gizmag compares the specifications and features of some of the best superzoom cameras on the market. Read More
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