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Did you ever look at a camera and say, “Wow, this thing can do everything!”? My first impression of the Olympus PEN E-P5 Mirrorless Digital Camera was a bit like that; there are so many functions and customizable options I was concerned that I would get lost in the possibilities.

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Samsung has announced the release of its Galaxy NX Mirrorless Camera, an interchangeable-lens camera with 3G/4G LTE technology. A mirrorless compact system camera (CSC) with a bridge camera design, it runs on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system.

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Nikon has just announced its newest flagship DX-format DSLR: the D7100. This professional-grade camera with APS-C-sized sensor is the successor to the deservedly popular D7000, and improves upon it by way of increased speed, imaging performance and connectivity options.

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In this video from B&H, Larry Becker offers a basic introduction to the challenges of, and solutions for, shooting in low light with a DSLR or mirrorless camera. He explains ISO sensitivity, shutter speed and aperture settings and demonstrates how simple in-camera adjustments will provide marked improvements when shooting indoors.

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One of the blessings of digital photography is that we can take as many shots as we like and just delete the ones we don’t want. Although not exactly a curse, long time professional photographer Bob Straus doesn’t see it that way. Rather, he gently suggests, it makes us less creative because we don’t give enough thought to what we are doing. His advice is to shoot digitally with a film mindset.

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The recently released Nikon D600 is a full-frame DSLR featuring a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, compact form factor, expandable sensitivity from ISO 50 to 25600, continuous shooting rate of up to 5.5 fps, and a large 3.2” 921k-dot LCD monitor. Full HD 1080p video recording is available and supports multiple frame rates, manual exposure control, and continuous autofocusing. 

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Leica has just announced two updates to their line of point and shoots: the D-LUX 6 and the V-LUX 4. These new cameras build upon the Leica brand's notoriety and quality, with the inclusion of improved-upon image sensors, faster lenses and higher resolution electronic viewfinders.

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Canon just announced the new 12.1MP PowerShot SX50 HS, a compact digital camera with a 50x optical zoom and a wide-angle 35mm equivalent 24-1200mm fixed lens with an aperture range of f/3.4-6.5.

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The LUMIX DMC-GH3 is Panasonic’s latest addition to the GH line of digital single lens mirrorless cameras and builds on the concept that  photography and video hold equal merit.

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Canon has just announced their newest full-frame DSLR, the EOS 6D. This camera is a step closer to bridging the gap between cropped sensors and professional full-frame bodies, without alienating the compact form that is desirable from a camera with a smaller sensor.

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Nikon has just announced the D600, their most compact full-frame DSLR, featuring a 24.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, EXPEED 3 image processing system, low-light sensitivity to ISO 25600 and a continuous shooting rate up to 5.5 full-resolution frames per second. In addition to image quality, the D600 also features the ability to share your imagery wirelessly.

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The new 16.3-megapixel Pentax K-5 II DSLR camera will replace the current Pentax K-5 in Pentax’s DSLR lineup. It features a 16.3-megapixel CMOS image sensor with integrated AD conversion circuitry, which works with Pentax’s PRIME II Imaging Engine to deliver high-resolution, rich-gradation digital images.

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Fujfilm has just announced a new member of their continuously growing X-series: the X-E1 digital camera. This camera continues to round out the popular system, favoring retro styling, manual capabilities and high imaging performance.

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When it comes to handholding telephoto lenses, the generally recognized rule is that you should never handhold any lens at a shutter speed slower than the equivalent focal length of the lens. 

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Let’s face it: aside from getting together with family and friends to celebrate the holiday season, the neatest part of the holidays is the exchange of gifts. And if you’re reading this article, there’s a pretty good chance you just received a new camera, a new lens, a flash or some sort of photo-related goodie as a holiday gift (hopefully something you have been pining for).

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