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Leica Introduces The M9-P Rangefinder

Leica Introduces The M9-P Rangefinder

Leica cameras have a certain iconic look about them that seems to mesmerize camera enthusiasts so much that they're willing to pay almost anything for them. Today, the legendary camera company introduced a new M9-P digital rangefinder that's no exception to their pricing standards with a whopping $7,995 price tag.

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Nikon D5100 DSLR packs ISO 102,400, Full HD, built-in effects

Nikon D5100 DSLR packs ISO 102,400, Full HD, built-in effects

Nikon's latest DSLR is official, the D5100, promising Full HD video recording, 16.2-megapixel stills, and fancy features like in-camera HDR photography, ISO 102,400 for extreme low-light shots, and effects like selective color sampling. The Nikon D5100 also gets the company's EXPEED 2 engine, along with a vari-angle 3-inch monitor and 4fps continuous shooting.

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Canon Exec: Mirrorless is the reserve of DSLR failures

Canon Exec: Mirrorless is the reserve of DSLR failures

A Canon exec has accused Micro Four Thirds and mirrorless camera manufacturers of entering the segments because their mainstream DSLR models were market failures. Canon's European head of consumer imaging, Rainer Fuehres, told Amateur Photographer that the company had no need to look to Micro Four Thirds or similar, because it had no issues selling either DSLRs or compact cameras.

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Canon opts into Intel Thunderbolt

Canon opts into Intel Thunderbolt

Canon has thrown in its support for Intel's Thunderbolt technology, joining a list of external drive and A/V interface companies already onboard. According to Hiroo Edakubo, Group Executive of Canon's Video Products Group, the company is "excited about Thunderbolt technology and feel it will bring new levels of performance and simplicity to the video creation market."

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Olympus single-shot HDR camera in development tips insider

Olympus single-shot HDR camera in development tips insider

Olympus is reportedly working on a new camera with single shot HDR capabilities, able to create a high dynamic range image from a single frame. Most conventional HDR systems - such as that on the iPhone 4 for example - combine at least three frames of varying exposures to form a single picture with extra detail in both brighter and darker areas. However, according to 43 Rumors' source, Olympus is developing an in-camera HDR system that can do it with just one original frame to work from.

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Nikon D4 Thunderbolt rumor suggests high-speed tethered video

Nikon D4 Thunderbolt rumor suggests high-speed tethered video

Intel name-checked a number of storage and A/V companies on board with Thunderbolt and expecting to release products using the new 10Gbps port found on the early 2011 MacBook Pro, but we're already hearing other rumors about potential adopters currently flying under the radar. According to Nikon Rumors's source, the Nikon D4 will be the first DSLR to offer Thunderbolt as a connection option.

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Sony translucent mirror DSLR prototype gets covetable casing

Sony translucent mirror DSLR prototype gets covetable casing

Sony has been showing off a new translucent mirror DSLR camera prototype in Japan this week, borrowing the same technology from the A33 and A55 cameras announced last year, and capable of live image previews and auto-focus in both still and video modes. Impress snapped some shots of the prototype, which is clad in a suitably transparent plastic shell.

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Canon Rebel T3i and T3 official: Affordable DSLRs

Canon Rebel T3i and T3 official: Affordable DSLRs

As expected, Canon has officially announced the new Canon EOS Rebel T3i, and the affordable DSLR also brings along a second model, the EOS Rebel T3. The T3i packs an 18-megapixel sensor, tilting/swivelling 3-inch display, ISO 100 to 6400 and Full HD 24p/25p/30p video capture. Meanwhile, the T3 has a 12.2-megapixel sensor, ISO 100 to 6400 and 720p video capture.

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Pentax K-r Bonnie Pink Model DSLR: limited edition, limited taste

Pentax K-r Bonnie Pink Model DSLR: limited edition, limited taste

LG will be giving G-Tablet buyers a pair of glasses so they can see the tablet's 3D display; maybe Pentax should give K-r Bonnie Pink Model special edition buyers a pair of sunglasses to protect their eyes from the garish, clashing colors? Named after Japanese popstar Bonnie Pink, this new K-r limited edition DSLR is based on the same 12.4-megapixel camera as announced in September last year.

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Canon EOS 600D spotted: Rebel T2i replacement ahoy?

Canon EOS 600D spotted: Rebel T2i replacement ahoy?

Certification for the Canon EOS 600D has been spotted in Korea, tipping the presumably imminent arrival of the updated DSLR. The new camera was submitted to the Korean Radio Research Agency on January 25, though beyond the official name we don't know what specs the shooter will offer.

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Pentax K-r limited edition gets bizarre robot theme makeover

Pentax K-r limited edition gets bizarre robot theme makeover

Pentax has outed another in the company's range of unusually colored DSLRs, this time a limited edition of 100 rainbow K-r cameras. Supposedly the result of customer demand, on the inside it's the same 12.4-megapixel shooter previously offered in white, black and red, complete with a 3-inch 920k dot LCD display, 6fps shooting for up to 25 frames, in-camera HDR editing and a 100 – 25600 ISO range, but on the outside it's an eye-catching (if not eye-watering) array of colors and a matching lens.

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Nikon D7000 DSLR official: 16.2MP, Full HD, 39-point AF

Nikon D7000 DSLR official: 16.2MP, Full HD, 39-point AF

Nikon has outed its D7000 DSLR, a 16.2-megapixel camera with 6fps shooting, a 39-point AF system and full HD 1080p video capture (with continuous autofocus).  The Nikon D7000 effectively replaces the D90, promising improved low-light performance and the new EXPEED 2 engine with its 14-bit Analog / Digital conversion.

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