It sorta seems like all cameras should be shockproof and waterproof. Of course they would last too long and camera companies wouldn’t need to release new camera models every 3 days like they do now. So, here we are again at day 3 and Nikon has unveiled the AW1. Yup, shockproof and waterproof. It also offers the versatility of interchangeable (waterproof) lenses.
Fuji’s latest entry into the crowded camera segment referred to as CSC’s (Compact System Cameras), the X-A1 offers the versatility of interchangeable lenses in a small, portable package plus wi-fi and a 16.3 MP optic sensor but what it doesn’t have is the exorbitant price tag featured on many of its peers.
Theta is a lightweight camera that lets you easily create spherical panoramic images. Perfect for shooting & sharing 360-degree views. The camera lines everything up to create a seamless shot. Simple software lets you Geotag your images & share them through all your social outlets via smartphone or computer.
Sony’s new QX Series is smart. Instead of popping out yet another little compact camera, they’ve developed a new phone-mounted ‘Lens Camera’ system using your connected smartphone but upgrades the optics with Zeiss glass. The QX100 features a 20MP sensor while QX10 features a 10X optical zoom.
Shooting photos with your phone at night can turn even a goddess into a pasty-faced, Molly’d up Miley lookalike. Get the iblazr external LED flash for your phone & you’ll be like, “We Can’t Stop” taking amazing night pics. Works for Android, iPhone & iPad.
It’s a little camera with a lot of possibilities. The NEX-5T is an ultra-compact with a large optical sensor, a speedy autofocus, NFC capability & it’s compatible with 16 of Sony’s E-mount lenses.
Manfrotto is the premier name in tripods for professional photography. Their latest, the PIXI is a sturdy & versatile 8-inch mini tripod with a locking ball-head. It will work in all environments and hopefully put an end to those shameful bathroom mirror selfies.
1080P HD video, Wi-Fi, & GPS are the key features in this new “watch what I did” camera but it’s also got something that the others don’t: preset & programmable filming modes that help you film only what you want: like the ski run down but not the chairlift ride up.
Yeah, a camcorder. They still make those. The new VIXIA mini is a slim, compact video & still camera that offers HD video, built-in wi-fi, an ultra wide-angle lens, and a full bundle of proven Canon image & software technologies.
It may look like grandma’s old hobby camera from the 60s but this is actually the new Lumix GX7, a micro 4/3s point & shoot with a magnesium-alloy body, a 16-MP sensor, built-in wi-fi & super-high 25.6K ISO for getting solid shots even in situations with terrible lighting. Available November 2013.