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.
Samsung keeps pushing photographers toward a smarter breed of camera, and the Samsung NX1 SMART Camera is the latest attempt, complete with 4K video recording and a new 50-150mm f/2.8 S lens. Packing g 28-megapixel, BSI CMOS sensor with, so Samsung claims, the company's fastest autofocus to-date, the NX1 packs in a new NX AF System III with a whopping 205 phase-detection autofocus points.
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.
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.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup has come and gone, but the successor to Canon's 7D camera was nowhere to be found. While we await for its next possible appearance, presumably at Photokina in Germany next week, let us spend the time dwelling on the specs and features that are rumored for the EOS 7D Mark II digital camera.
FujiFilm has introduced its new Instax Wide 300 camera, a film-based offering that is promised to bring better handling and image composition than its previous Instax cameras. As the name indicates, the Instax Wide 300 uses the Instax Wide instant film, which doubles the size of the company's Mini film.