Posts Tagged: "DSLR"

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Samsung Announces New NX11 DSLR, WB700 Sub-Compact Superzoom

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Samsung’s a big name when it comes to point-and-shoot cameras, but these days consumer-grade DSLRs come from either Nikon or Canon. Sure, other companies have their own offerings, but the best stuff for a reasonable price comes from these two. Normally, that would make a new camera from another company...

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Draganflyer X8 Lifts Off With 8 Motors

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Differential thrust from eight main horizontal rotor blades allows the Draganflyer X8 UAV helicopter to both hover and change directions easily. The X8 also has eight brushless electric motors, which let it carry heavier photo and video equipment than previous models from Draganfly. And in case one of them stops,...

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First Look: Nikon D7000

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As a technology writer, critic and journalist, it’s sometimes easy to forget that the products we write about are things people actually buy, and don’t just get for free, or get to try out for a month at a time. That’s not to say I or other staff members at...

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Sony Slips Out Consumer Friendly A290 And A390 DSLR Cameras

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Sony today kicked out two new DSLR cameras, the A290 and A390.  Both include a 14.2 megapixel sensor, optical image stabilization, memory card slot, SDHC card slot, and what Electronistsa says is a simplified control layout and redesigned grip for a more comfortable hold.  The difference between the two models...

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11lbs Fish Eye Lens

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Holy wide angle lens Batman!  The Fisheye-Nikkor lens attaches to what we assume is any SLR camera and provides a 220 degree view of the world, which they say is 40% wider than standard fisheye lenses.  They say it can see behind itself, but some how I doubt that.  Too...

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Mayima DM40: The Fastest 40 Megapixel DSLR

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Mayima busted out what they’re calling the “industry’s fastest large-sensor DSLR”, the DM40. It can capture 40 megapixel RAW stills at a maximum of 60 frames per minute. There are two user-selectable shutter systems: leaf or focal plane and up to 3 different lenses to choose from; 55mm, 80mm, and...