Mirrorless Cameras

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No matter how you look at it, Sony’s second-generation NEX-7 is impressive on all fronts. Though smaller than many point-and-shoot cameras, the Sony alpha NEX-7 packs more resolving power than many, if not most full-size DSLRs. 

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The buildup leading to the Fujifilm FinePix X100’s debut was the antithesis of the whispered prequels  leading up to new product announcements from Apple. 

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When you’ve been building ever-improving variations of the same basic camera for more than 50 years, some new models are not as earth shattering as others.

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Olympus has introduced its third-generation Digital Pen, the Olympus Pen E-P3. Available in a choice of white, black, or silver, the Olympus E-P3 features a 12.3MP Live MOS imaging sensor, which utilizes Olympus’s Fine Detail Processing Technology, all of which is driven by a TruePic VI imaging processor.

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In addition to the new E-P3 Digital Pen, Olympus has also introduced a pair of fast prime lenses that should appeal to low-light and street photographers alike. On the wide side, Olympus has unveiled a new M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm f/2.0, which offers the equivalent AOV of a 24mm lens on a full-frame 35mm DSLR.

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Leica has announced the newest addition to its lineup of legendary “Digital M” cameras, the Leica M9-P, as in “Professional.” The new camera shares almost all of the technical attributes of the standard Leica M9. 

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If you own a Panasonic G-series Lumix camera and have been waiting for a fast, world-class normal lens to round out your lens arsenal, your wait is over.  

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Leica has announced the release of a Super Elmar-M 21mm f/3.4 ASPH, which is an update of one of the more popular wide-angle optics available for Leica M-series film and digital cameras. 

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Wouldn’t it be great if you could have a digital camera with interchangeable lenses that takes pictures as good as those captured by a DSLR, but also something no bigger than a point and shoot? The simple answer is that it would be great—and the fact is that you can purchase such a camera.

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The Lumix DMC-GF3, just announced, is billed as the smallest and lightest digital camera ever made by Panasonic that has an interchangeable lens and a built-in flash. The camera is more than 15% smaller and lighter than its predecessor, the GF2.

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Panasonic has introduced its first gen-3 “G”-series camera: the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3. Like its predecessors, the Lumix DMC-G3 is a Micro Four Thirds format (MFT), mirrorless, interchangeable-lens camera, albeit with a higher-resolution, 16.0MP Live MOS imaging sensor for capturing stills (JPEG and RAW) and full HD 1080p AVCHD video with stereo sound.

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Panasonic announced a new addition today to the LUMIX G Series of Compact Systems Cameras, the LUMIX DMC-G3. The G3 is Panasonic’s smallest and lightest digital interchangeable-lens camera with a viewfinder to date.

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Standing out from the crowd has long been a challenge in the camera biz, and considering how much technological cross-pollinating there is nowadays among camera manufacturers, making headlines ain’t so easy. For this reason alone you have to hand it to Ricoh for introducing a camera concept that, at the very least, makes you pause and take a closer look.

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Tips and Solutions

Image stabilization, or “vibration reduction,” “O.I.S.,” Optical SteadyShot, SR, VC, VR, MegaOIS, and other equally catchy monikers, are technologies that enable photographers to take pictures under lighting conditions that once upon a time would have been considered too iffy for capturing sharp still images.

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When qualifying a photograph as being good, amazing, strong, or merely so-so, one of the main criteria for giving a thumbs up or thumbs down to a photo has to do with the composition of the picture and how well the subject fills the frame.

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