Pro features like an optical sensor that captures giant 20.3 MP images, blasts 8 frames per second in continuous shooting mode & has manual exposure control in video mode makes the NX1100 a powerful little camera.
For a compact point-and-shoot camera, Nikon’s 16.2MP Coolpix A camera produces images that look like they must have been shot with a pro-level SLR. That’s because this little guy has the same DX-format CMOS sensor used in Nikon’s professional line of D-SLR camera bodies.
It’s a good thing that Sony made their new TX30 waterproof to thirty feet as well as freeze- & dustproof. That’s because the 18.2 MP, Zeiss optics-equipped, HD video capable camera is so slim that you’ll forget you’ve got it in your pocket when you jump in the pool. But no worries & as David Lee Roth once enthusiastically exclaimed, “Go ahead & jump!” Available April 2013.
You may never take this rugged 16-megapixel-photo-HD video-GPS-Wi-Fi camera 60 feet underwater but you could. You could also drop it from over 6-feet without breaking it. But better than the long list of features: it comes in camo.
Unless you’re Travis Pastrana or Shaun White, you don’t have a team of filmers following you around to capture every extreme move you make. The Soloshot unit is like a robotic cameraman for us regular guys. It attaches to a tripod with a camera on it, links with a tracking transmitter that you wear & adjusts the unmanned camera to stay focused on you as you get rad.
Phones work fine for most of us, but if you’re one of those photographers or video enthusiasts who uses a camera so big that it needs its own bag, this SLR-size pack from Chrome is a solid choice. It offers weatherproof denier nylon construction and enough space to hold your SLR or video camera kit, lenses and accessories plus it’s got an interior laptop pocket, external tripod straps, and even a holster for your U-Lock if you happen to bike to your photoshoots.
Clean, classic looks and improved function make the new Fujifilm X100S even better than its popular predecessor the X100. This new model boasts the world’s fastest auto focus, locking in at .08 seconds. Even in super low light this means there’s no more waiting and lag between seeing what you want and capturing it at a giant, 16.3 megapixel resolution.
In terms of bang for buck, the new Canon N Series cameras deliver. They’re small, light, & impressively powerful for their size, boasting built-in wi-fi for instant sharing. They also shoot 12.1 MP stills and full HD 1080 video. The sleek, all-new body design also features a 2.8-inch tilt-type touch screen for nailing the shot from any angle.
This compact little camera from Samsung is the first of its kind to capture both still images and 1080p HD video in 3D with just a single lens. Built-in wi-fi connectivity also lets you instantly share those 3D pics & videos with everyone in one click, with the Direct Link hot key. Available March 2013.
There’s a seemingly never-ending stream of new, portable HD video cameras spilling into the market. Inexpensive but not quite a dime-a-dozen, the ATC Chameleon from Oregon Scientific captures 1920 x 1080 HD 3D video & features a pair of 170º lenses—one on each end of the camera—that can be rotated 180º by hand for simultaneous dual views.