This is Samsung's vision of the world: Samsung-loving bears have taken over the world, and they've trapped the few remaining humans on ice to keep them fresh. Actually, it's creepier than that, just watch.
Sigma's upcoming 14-megapixel SD15 DSLR promises to improve on its SD14 predecessor with an improved True II image processor. On display at PMA, the camera feels damn near indestructable when you hold it in your hand.
I love Canon's D10 toughcam because it looks like a submarine. I hate it because I can't fit its blimp-sized ass in my pocket or anywhere else in my pants.
Ever wondered what's going on inside lenses that are all "we optically stabilize yer blurry images, biyatch" and make you pay extra? A lot of movin' and groovin', as this Canon lens cutaway reveals.
Pentax's X70 is a non-DSLR with 24x Superzoom, but it's also the first of its kind to include 720p video recording.
JVC's new Everio X camcorder can handle imaging of all kinds, it shoots both 600fps slow-mo vid and 9-megapixel stills—and can even capture 5-megapixel photos while shooting 1080p HD video.
Panasonic has just gotten around to releasing their next Micro Four Thirds camera, and it looks awfully familiar! That's because the GH1 is, more or less, the G1, with added 1080p HD video capabilities.
Spec-wise, there's nothing truly spectacular (har har) about Fujifilm's waterproof 10-megapixel Z33WP—which doesn't even fully climb aboard the tough-cam bandwagon by promising shock or arctic defenses—but there's one thing about it that I love.
Kodak, masters of the digital camera that is relatively cheap and easy to use, just went public with their EasyShare Z915, which packs 10x, image-stabilized optical zoom into a 10-megapixel point and shoot body.
The really swell thing about Olympus's E-620 DSLR really is the swingy live view display, which twists and contorts like a limber yoga master—compared to every other DSLR screen, anyway.
Today and tomorrow at the PMA photo show, we're going to be checking out tomorrow's—well, next month's and the rest of the year's—cameras.
Maybe the photo show next week won't be lacking DSLRs—Nikon Rumors claims a "90% chance" that Nikon will be revealing the D5000, a 12.3MP entry-level DSLR with Live View, video and a swivel display.
Today Sony put out Cyber-shot cameras—the thin DSC-T900 and DSC-T90, cheaper chunkier DSC-W290 and DSC-W230 and 10X optical zoom DSC-H20—that are cosmetically identical to their previous models, with a few new innovations which may help you if you're cursed with crappy shots:
• Blink recognition - The cameras take two…