Nikon Coolpix A: First Samples Images

What better week than the April 25 escape to Portugal. So we went to Lisbon, and singing the "Grândola, Vila Morena", tried the new Nikon Coolpix A. The first Nikon compact armed with a APS-C sized sensor (with a fixed lens and 28 mm f2.8) looks out the windows boasting …

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Ricoh GR with APS-C sensor and fixed focal length

The Japanese manufacturer has introduced a new compact digicam. The GR takes photos with 16 megapixels, the sensor is APS-C size. The model is thus in direct competition with the Nikon Coolpix A. Compact digital cameras with large sensors are trendy. After Sony introduced the RX100 and sparked last year’s …

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Sigma introduces the strongest light zoom lens

The 18-35 mm lens from Sigma provides a continuous light intensity of f1.8 and is the first of its kind; however, it’s currently only compatible with DSLRs having an APS-C sensor, full format is not currently supported. The price of the lens is not yet known. The Japanese optics company …

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Panasonic Lumix LF1: First Impressions

That advanced compacts-including those with large sensors- are fashionable, is not new. Panasonic has decided to raise the ante in this segment, although a little differently and less ambitiously than expected. Instead of a Micro Four Thirds camera as expected, the Lumix DMC-LF1 with a built-in viewfinder was just announced …

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My Opinion about Fujifilm X100S

The NEX competes w/ the Fuji’s XPro/XEs – APC-sized sensor, interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras. That’s a very different market than the X100s or RX1. The RX100 is a compact zoom w/o any viewfinder and a 1″ sensor. It sits somewhere between the X20 and G1X and is again, not really …

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How to choose a Best DSLR Camera for Beginners?

In the marketplace of entry-level DSLRs there has always been a great deal of competition among manufactures and this still continues. This of course is really good for those of us with limited income. In an effort to gain your business, manufacturers are constantly improving their products. They add new …

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