In this video we review the Samsung SH100, a 14MP camera with unique Wi-Fi capabilities.The SH100 has a 5x zoom lens and a three-inch touch screen.When you first pick up the Samsung SH100 and see the app-like icons on the touch screen, you could have the sense that you are using a smart phone rather than a camera.
The Samsung ST100 is a camera with a 14MP sensor that is sensitive from 80 to 3200 ISO. It sports a 5x Schneider lens that zooms from 31.5 to 175mm. The most unusual thing about this Samsung camera is that it has two screens.
The Samsung ST80 is a very compact camera with a 35-105mm equivalent lens, a 14MP sensor and a 3-inch touch screen.The point-and-shoot community is excited about this camera because it is one of the few new cameras offering WiFi connectivity.
Professionals tend to expect more from the tools they use. They expect them to perform reliably, accurately and smoothly on good days and bad. On top of all that, they expect their tools to feel proper, secure and "right" in the hand. And these very same folk often have the same expectations when it comes to pedestrian items. We'd like to talk about a half-dozen point-and-shoot digital cameras that should appeal to serious-minded shooters seeking a pocket-sized camera that feels and performs like a "real" camera.
The first in a new class of mirrorless cameras to boast a large, APS-C sensor, the Samsung NX-10 was designed without a mirror box or pentaprism, making it compact and lightweight. It's the perfect size to carry with you everywhere, but it still has powerful features like HD-quality video and an autofocus function for capturing fast action shots.
Having been generally unimpressed by home 3D TV products that have come and gone over the last dozen years, I was more than a little skeptical when the chatter from this year's Consumer Electronics Show was mainly about 3D TV. So, I wasn't expecting much when I visited the Samsung Experience at Columbus Circle in early April to check out a range of 3D TV products.
While technology has become more energy efficient over the years, there’s still a lot to be done to improve the environmental impact of imaging products and practices. Whether you’re a pro, gear head, or hobbyist here are some simple things you can do to make the carbon footprint of your photo / video / audio work a little smaller.
The first thing that strikes you when you see Casio's new Exilim EX-G1 is its wedge-like shape. With few exceptions, most point-and-shoot cameras are as boxy as a '64 Chevy Impala. Not so Casio's Exilim EX-G1, which has lines reminiscent of the far sexier-looking '65 Chevy Impala, a car that to this day remains a true head-turner. (What a difference a year makes!)
Continuing our discussion of the year's most interesting lenses, let's revisit those exciting announcements as they pertain to digital SLRs. In 2008 we had PMA, Photokina and PhotoPlus - the trifecta of photographic expositions. These shows brought forth a plethora of delectable tools for both the serious and budding photographer. The following overview is in reverse-alphabetical order (as a change) so we begin with Sony.