By 2010, the mirrorless camera had become a model on the rise, with Sony, Olympus, and Panasonic each pushing their new compact interchangeable-lens systems on the world. But the very first mirrorless camera came years before, made by a company known mostly for printers.
Fujifilm is so pleased with the results offered by the viewfinder in its forthcoming Finepix X100 it's uploaded a comprehensive outline of the reasoning behind building it—and why having a hybrid viewfinder will make your photos better.
Say what you will about Leica's ultra-niche marketing, stratospheric prices and romantic insistence on keeping 50-year-old product designs—their cameras have always been beautiful, and felt like tanks. In this respect, the M9 and X1 don't disappoint.
The first samples of HD video shot with the Olympus E-P1 have made it online, and it certainly looks like this camera has some skills.
There are a slew of GPS rangefinders out there for golfers, but not many are built with all the style, portability and one-touch interface of a premium touchscreen smartphone.
You remember Leica's M8, their first rangefinder camera with a CCD inside its gut? The video obsessed editors at Camcorder Info dot com give it a decent look over at Photokina. Their verdict? Seems like a serious piece of kit, with a metal body and 10.3 megapixel eye. The surprises include an automated sensor cleaning…
What better place to have GPS than on a golf course? The sureshotgps by Tee2Green Technologies is a hand-held GPS-equipped rangefinder that can tell you how far you are from the green or anything else on the golf course.
Epson has a fancy camera out that would possibly appeal to the most hardcore photogs out there. This is the RD-1 digital rangefinder camera. Lets take some time for a quick history lesson for the less photoggy people. Rangefinder cameras were used back in the day of 35mm. The viewfinder they would give a split image…