Earlier this month, the Nikon D750 became official after numerous leaks to the joy of photographers everywhere. Fast-forward a bit, and users are being warned of a potential security issue, with Nikon advising that owners need to manually change a setting in the accompanying Wi-Fi app.
Excited by Olympus' new firmware 2.0 for the E-M1? Turns out Olympus was too; so excited, in fact, that it couldn't resist pushing out the update early. Originally intended to drop on September 24th, the upgrade - which adds niceties like tethered shooting - has in fact gone live today.
Digital photography isn't all just about megapixels, which some smartphone OEMs would like you to otherwise think. But even then the iPhone's cameras could perhaps do a bit better. That's were Relonch comes in, an iPhone accessory that its makers claim lets you take Magazine-class photos and instantly upload them to the cloud, hopefully only if you tell it to.
Canon might have a new PowerShot camera coming soon and it's going to be quite formidable. With a large 20 megapixel CMOS sensor and a large aperture lens, the PowerShot G7 X seems to promise bright and clear shots taken from a small and portable compact body.
The long anticipated Canon EOS 7D Mark II has been the subject of speculation and leaks for a while now, not the least of which was earlier this week when some specs surfaced said to belong to Canon's next camera. Joining them are three new images that show off what is purported to be the EOS 7D Mark II.
The selfie generation isn't going away any time soon, especially when you have major camera makers catering to them. Nikon's latest digital compact, the COOLPIX 6900, is one of those. Though designed with ease of use in mind, quite a number of its features are both implicitly and explicitly targeted at the ever growing use case of self-portraits.
Over recent weeks we've been seeing leaks concerning a new DSLR from Nikon called the D750. The company has made that camera official today, confirming a lot of specs we've already seen surface and tossing a load of new details into the mix. We've a gallery of the camera after the jump.
Many digital cameras of late have touted high-end, and some mid-range, features, but almost all of them, though designed for performance, are more or less delicate pieces of machinery. But what if needed one that could not only perform well enough but also survive extreme conditions? Then you might want to feast your eyes on the WG-M1, Ricoh's latest Extreme model built to be as rugged as you might be.