Cameras

Fujifilm XQ1 compact digital camera unveiled with “premium” features

Fujifilm XQ1 compact digital camera unveiled with “premium” features

Fujifilm has introduced its smallest offering in its X Series, the Fujifilm XQ1 compact digital camera. The device maker is referring to the XQ1 as a "premium" camera, giving photographers a pocket-sized shooter with a sensor much larger than what you'd find in most digital cameras of comparable size. The camera is being launched alongside multiple accessories, including a waterproof case.

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Nikon D610 FX-format HD-SLR brings 24 megapixels and Full HD video recording

Nikon D610 FX-format HD-SLR brings 24 megapixels and Full HD video recording

Nikon has unveiled its new D610 DSLR, an FX-format digital camera that builds on the D600 model with some new features. Nikon says the model is aimed at photographers who are particular about the sharpness and color of their images, among other things, with the camera utilizing the maker's various core technologies to ensure clarity. The model is slated to go on sale later this month with the body-only price of $1999.95 USD.

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Pentax K-3 DSLR press shot and specs leak

Pentax K-3 DSLR press shot and specs leak

Following a leak of its specifications earlier this week, the Pentax K-3 has surfaced in the first press shot seen of the DSLR, as well as some other rumored specs that photographers can expect. According to the leaked information, the Pentax K-3 will be an APS-C based device offering new in-camera functions, a new flash, and more.

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Nikon 1 AW1 unveiled as first rugged waterproof camera with interchangeable lenses

Nikon 1 AW1 unveiled as first rugged waterproof camera with interchangeable lenses

Nikon has announced what it says is the first-ever interchangeable lens camera that is also waterproof, able to be taken to depths of 15 meters. In addition, the camera has a rugged quality to it, being shockproof to drops from up to 2 meters, giving it an IPX8 equivalent rating. In the same vein, the camera also support what Nikon says is the fastest continuous shooting speed available at about 15 frames-per-second.

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TRENDnet lax webcam security prompts first FTC action on connected home devices

TRENDnet lax webcam security prompts first FTC action on connected home devices

The Federal Trade Commission has made its first ever action against a maker of connected everyday devices, TRENDnet, for what it says is lax security despite promises stating otherwise. TRENDnet makes a variety of wireless webcams, connected home security cameras, and other such devices that connect to the Internet, devices that the FTC states left consumers' personal feeds open to public eyes.

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