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Leica M Edition 60 Special Edition: a barebones digital camera

Leica M Edition 60 Special Edition: a barebones digital camera

Leica has introduced a special edition camera at Photokina, the Leica M Edition 60 Special Edition, which marks the line's 60th anniversary. The camera has the distinct Leica design, and, oddly enough, no LCD, instead featuring an ISO selector dial where a display would traditionally be found.

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Panasonic GH3 specs leak ahead of Photokina

Panasonic GH3 specs leak ahead of Photokina

Panasonic's new GH3 is expected to be at Photokina later this month, but ahead of its appearance there, it seems that a spec list for the camera has leaked. The leaked list comes courtesy of 43Rumors, which has given us details on the Panasonic GH3 quite a few times in the past. 43Rumors claims that these specifications come from a trusted source, so the list we have posted after the jump might just be the line up of hardware and features the GH3 will launch with.

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LaCie 324i 24-Inch IPS Display Unveiled, Available Now

LaCie 324i 24-Inch IPS Display Unveiled, Available Now

Display technology is improving, and the customer is benefiting from it. LaCie has just unveiled a brand new 24-inch display meant for the professional market, and it's packing enough pixels in there that the company says it will provide you with "lifelike clarity." The 10-bit P-IPS LCD display is indeed packing quite the feature set, and it's probably more than enough to make anyone out there in need of a display to show off all of their pictures and movies to take a second look.

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Leica M9 Titanium Limited Edition Unveiled

Leica M9 Titanium Limited Edition Unveiled

For top-priced cameras, Leica goes hand-in-hand. The company is known for making cameras that have plenty of features and aesthetic eye-caching goodness, and the price tag generally follows suit. But with the unveiling of the M9 Titanium Limited Edition, the company has out-done themselves. Created by a team that incorporated members of Leica and Volkswagen, the Titanium limited edition camera is something to just stare at, if not actually use.

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Olympus Zuiko lens compact camera teased at Photokina

Olympus Zuiko lens compact camera teased at Photokina

Olympus are teasing a new camera of their own today, in the shape of a new prototype that uses an integrated Zuiko lens.  Expected to make its commercial debut in Q1 2011, the so-far unnamed compact camera doesn't use a removable lens system like Olympus' Micro Four Thirds models, but does get the same accessory port.

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Casio EXILIM Z-16 12MP digicam creeps in under $100

Casio EXILIM Z-16 12MP digicam creeps in under $100

Casio's second digicam of the day is an altogether more mainstream model than their Hybrid GPS EX-H20G, though it carries a suitably budget price tag too.  The Casio EXILIM Z-16 is a compact 12-megapixel shooter with a 3x optical zoom and 848 x 480 video capture.

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Casio EXILIM EX-H20G digicam promises Hybrid GPS fix indoors & out

Casio EXILIM EX-H20G digicam promises Hybrid GPS fix indoors & out

Casio has unveiled its latest point-and-shoot, the EXILIM EX-H20G, and to try and help it stand out of the Photokina 2010 crowds it's fitted it with a clever Hybrid GPS system.  As well as taking 14.1-megapixel photos, recording 720p HD video and having a 10x optical zoom, the EX-H20G can apparently pinpoint its position for geotagging whether you're outdoors or inside, by extrapolating the last known GPS position.

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Fujifilm FinePix X100 packs 12.3MP, Hybrid Viewfinder & retro style

Fujifilm FinePix X100 packs 12.3MP, Hybrid Viewfinder & retro style

Photokina 2010 is upon us, so expect a flood of new digital cameras like Fujifilm's FinePix X100.  The new compact camera delivers some seriously delectable retro style, with a 12.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor wrapped up inside, a Fujinon 23mm fixed focal length lens and - perhaps most interestingly - Fujifilm's new Hybrid Viewfinder.

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MINOX PX3D promises “revolutionary” glasses-free 3D photos

MINOX PX3D promises “revolutionary” glasses-free 3D photos

Germany camera manufacturer MINOX may be better known on these pages for their retro spy cameras, but the company is planning on pushing into 3D.  They've released teaser details on the MINOX PX3D, which will make its official debut at Photokina next week.

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Samsung NX100 leaks ahead of Photokina reveal

Samsung NX100 leaks ahead of Photokina reveal

Having been spotted in leaky press shot form yesterday, Samsung's upcoming NX100 digital camera has now emerged in some in-the-wild pictures.  Engadget's tipster sent them some feedback on the Micro Four Thirds shooter, suggesting that video performance is strong and tweaking settings is as straightforward as on a DSLR.

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Samsung NX100 Official Press Shots Revealed

Samsung NX100 Official Press Shots Revealed

Samsung's newest edition to their micro-four-thirds line-up, the NX100, is still unannounced (but previously teased, but that's not stopping some folks from revealing the official press shots of the device ahead of any kind of announcement. No surprise here, though, right? It's almost impossible to keep a secret ahead of an official announcement, after all. And while the photos are indeed drool-worthy, there's still plenty of information missing about the upcoming camera.

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Samsung tease Photokina NX camera reveal: NX100 ahoy?

Samsung tease Photokina NX camera reveal: NX100 ahoy?

It's not just the Galaxy Tab that Samsung are teasing us about for next week; the company's photography division has been sending out invites to a Photokina 2010 event where they'll be demonstrating their next-generation NX digital camera.  According to the invite, "the NX evolution" will be "Samsung's latest and most hotly anticipated camera"; they don't spare the hyperbole, either, claiming the new model will "change the lives of creative consumers around the world, and take the camera industry by storm."

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