Leica Camera AG presents a new special edition in the highly successful D-Lux line: the Leica D-Lux 5 Titanium.
The 10.1 megapixel compact camera with its silver-grey styling is impressively elegant in design and the high-quality materials used further reinforce its refined appearance.
From October 2011, the camera will be available together with a premium titanium-colored leather case and the latest Adobe Photoshop Lightroom professional image-processing software, making the D-Lux 5 Titanium set an all-inclusive package for discerning photographers as well as an object of desire for lovers of stylish products and exquisite accessories. Read the rest of this entry »
Samsung Electronics announced the launch of the WB750 camera – featuring a proprietary BSI (Back Side Illuminated) CMOS sensor that ensures consistent professional images and video.
Featuring a newly-redesigned image sensor, lens and image processor, the WB750 brings to bear a range of new technologies to deliver unprecedented levels of performance and ease-of-use. The WB750 also features an 18x optical zoom with 24x Smart Zoom technology, making it the longest ever zoom in Samsung’s compact camera portfolio. Read the rest of this entry »
Samsung Electronics unveiled the Samsung MV800 camera, an ultra-compact point & shoot with a 3.0” touch-screen Flip-out LCD display. In combining the Flip-out LCD with an impressive suite of creative features, the MV800 enables users to capture life’s moments from any angle and create images that reflect their unique perspective on the world. Read the rest of this entry »
PENTAX Imaging Company has announced the PENTAX Q – the world’s smallest and lightest interchangeable lens camera (ILC). The Q offers the versatility and precision of an advanced DSLR in a body that is significantly smaller than every other digital ILC body available on the market today.
The camera’s tiny size, lightweight design, and superior image quality are made possible by an innovative PENTAX-developed imaging system. With a high-resolution 12.4 megapixel, 1/2.3 inch CMOS image sensor, the Q carves out an entirely new camera category that extends beyond traditional digital compact, APS-C or 4/3 digital cameras. Read the rest of this entry »