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At the NAB 2012 show in Las Vegas this week, Canon unveiled a pair of Cinema EOS cameras that represent the company’s headfirst entry into the 4K pool. With the EOS-1D C and the EOS C500, Canon will have in its arsenal both a 4K digital cinema camcorder and a 4K DSLR camera by the end of the year. 

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

The new Canon 5D Mark III is the updated version of a camera that became not only a go-to full frame DSLR for professional photographers and serious enthusiasts, but also a surprisingly capable, affordable and relatively tiny HD video camera for cutting-edge video productions. 

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The original Canon EOS 60D was released roughly a year and a half ago and has adequately filled a niche for small-form DSLRs able to capture quality images and video without bearing the bulk of higher-end cameras.

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Hands-on Review

With the announcement of the Nikon D800 and the D800E, you might wonder which camera is best for you. This article is intended to highlight the crucial differences between the two cameras and ultimately help you decide which camera better suits your needs.

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In this Event Space presentation, underwater photographer Larry Cohen talks about the use of cameras when used underwater. He reviews simple Point and Shoot systems as well as very sophisticated systems for DSLR cameras. Larry even touches upon shooting video underwater.

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The recently announced Sony Alpha A57 is a mid-range DSLR designed to combine the quality and control of a full-fledged professional DSLR while integrating many of the features of a camera intended for a more casual photographer. Its compact size does not limit its versatility, since it features an aptly sized APS-C sensor and is compatible with the interchangeable Sony A-mount lenses.

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Pentax has a loyal following going back decades, and even today DSLRs wearing the Pentax nameplate are recognized as being among the finest in the world of compact DSLRs. Pentax’s current flagship camera is the K-5.

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The long-awaited Canon EOS 5D Mark III has finally arrived. Offering refinement and improvement over its predecessor, the camera maintains its position as a very capable DSLR that’s ideal for high-quality image capture and HD video recording.

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Sigma is reintroducing a renamed version of its previously announced 46MP, Foveon-based flagship DSLR, the Sigma SD1. Now called the Sigma SD1 Merrill after the late inventor of the Foveon chip—Richard “Dick” Merrill—the new camera is virtually unchanged except for the name and its present selling price, which at $2,299.00 (at B&H), is thousands of dollars less than its original selling price.

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3 years ago
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As I prepare for another dive off the Island of Roca Partida, everything is perfect, as it has been the past five days. It is a beautiful day, sea conditions are ideal, and I am thinking about the wonders I will photograph as this amazing trip is coming to an end. I check all my life support equipment and camera gear before boarding the Zodiac (rubber raft type boat).

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3 years ago
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When Nikon introduced the D700, in July 2008, many Nikon aficionados were thrilled to be able to purchase a full-frame Nikon DSLR for about half the price of Nikon’s heftier and pricier D3 series cameras. That said, it looks like Nikon is about to make a lot of people even happier this time around.

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3 years ago
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Make way for the new Nikon D4 digital SLR camera. This baby boasts an FX-format 16.2-megapixel CMOS Sensor for superior image quality. Its large 3.2" ultra-sharp 921,000-dot LCD monitor features automatic brightness control, adjusting visibility based on the environment to ensure bright, clear playback, menu browsing and Live View shooting.

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3 years ago
Hands-on Review

Regardless of make and model, each of the following DSLRs is the best offering from the camera manufacturers represented in our Professional DSLR Roundup. Although many of these cameras seem similar in many respects to their mid- and entry-level counterparts—at least on paper—the narrative changes dramatically once you pick one up.

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3 years ago
Hands-on Review

Considering the degree of advanced technology contained in the average entry-level DSLR these days, one often feels the urge to add an asterisk to the term “entry-level,” because smaller size and plastic body panels aside, each of these cameras is a real honker in its own right.

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3 years ago
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Nikon is pleased to announce that a firmware upgrade for the D5100 (A:1.0.1 / B:1.01) and the D7000 (A/B 1.05). These firmware upgrades should ameliorate some of the issues that users of these two cameras may have been experiencing until now.

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