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Olympus STYLUS 1 compact mini-OMD digital camera specifications leak

Olympus STYLUS 1 compact mini-OMD digital camera specifications leak

A list of specifications for the anticipated mini-OMD camera Olympus is prepping, the Stylus 1, has been acquired by the folks over at Digicame Info, revealing among other things an 11.2-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor. This isn't the first time this camera has surfaced, but this time around we get a long list of specifications to accompany the images we've already seen surface.

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Nikon full-frame camera leaks with Expeed 3 processor

Nikon full-frame camera leaks with Expeed 3 processor

Following Sony's introduction of the A7 and A7r mirrorless full-frame cameras earlier this month, a Nikon shooter has surfaced suggesting there's a rival device in the works. Though no name for the camera has been leaked, the specifications suggest that it is a full-frame offering (not mirrorless, unfortunately), and that it'll have a retro-centric design akin to the Nikon FM2 featured after the jump.

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PISTON Console FAQ brings slew of details ahead of pre-order shipments

PISTON Console FAQ brings slew of details ahead of pre-order shipments

Xi3's PISTON Console, something many have referred to as the first Steam Box, went up for pre-order in March. While details on the console have been given in bits and pieces over the months, Xi3 has published a large round of FAQ on its upcoming console, covering questions ranging from hardware to support and back again, also offering additional clarity on Steam Box claims and its relationship with Valve.

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PlayStation 4 specs dropped by Sony at Tokyo Game Show keynote

PlayStation 4 specs dropped by Sony at Tokyo Game Show keynote

We're here at the Tokyo Game Show, where Sony just held its "Life with PlayStation 4" keynote, dropping a bunch of details on its next-generation console's specifications, as well as info on its some of the PS4's exclusive games and the "gaming experience" as a whole. Joining in the keynote was head Shuhei Yoshida, as well as Sony president Andrew House and the division president Masayasu Ito.

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