A Lot of Cameras Are Going to Change in the Tiniest Way Possible

If you use a Sony or Fujifilm camera or Nokia phone or anything like that, you may notice a slight difference in future editions of your favorite camera and phones. The iconic Carl Zeiss imprint on the camera lens will now be just ZEISS. I guess they were growing tired of non photogs asking who the heck is Carl Zeiss? » 6/28/13 8:34pm 6/28/13 8:34pm

Sony RX1 Review: A Camera So Bold, So Beautiful... and So Expensive

There are two terms in digital photography that signify two very different kinds of cameras. The terms are compact, and full-frame. The former defines those cheap, pocketable point-and-shoots, while the latter is a feature only found on the most professional DSLRs. With the RX1, Sony fused these two polar opposites in… » 5/29/13 1:00pm 5/29/13 1:00pm

Carl Zeiss' Bundle of Lenses Come With a Free Suitcase

Got $6,000 to spend on a pack of lenses for your Canon or Nikon? You'll be wanting to protect them from bumps and scrapes, so Carl Zeiss has generously chucked in a suitcase, too. While there are five lenses in the set—a Distagon T* 2,8/21; Distagon T* 2/28; Distagon T* 2/35; Planar T* 1,4/50 and Planar T*… » 4/06/11 9:45am 4/06/11 9:45am

Logitech Debuts QuickCam Pro Line with Carl Zeiss Lenses

Today Logitech is showing off two new 2-megapixel $100 QuickCam Pro models, one for desktops (that is, made to sit atop a desktop LCD) and another one for laptops. The big news is that they are the only webcams equipped with the Carl Zeiss lenses that made the Sony Cyber-shot line so popular. Also in addition to… » 6/28/07 9:54am 6/28/07 9:54am