That’s a wrap – All things photography from CES 2013
Canon PowerShot N
How to describe it, tiny! It’s almost like holding a real life Instagram camera, it’s Creative Mode hosts five artistic modes where you can mix up your original photos and turn them into a piece of art but unlike the phone this little camera packs a 12.1 Megapixel CMOS Sensor making your creative shots now clearer than ever. This camera honestly makes you want to ditch the phone and trade convenience for quality. Click here to read more.
In a nutshell the Eye Mirror simply attaches to your existing video or still camera, then you point the lens upwards to record your 360 video or shoot a still. Once at home you can then upload it to your website, social media channel or view it immediately on your computer. Click here to read more.
The X100S uses the same APS-C sensor as the X100 but with some dramatic overhauls. Now sporting a 16.3 Megapixel count and X-Trans CMOS II which has been taken from some of FujiFilm’s higher end cameras such as the X-Pro1. Click here to read more.
The newly introduced X20 will take the place of the X10 and while it has a very similar bodily look it’s peaking with new advancements. A newly adopted Optical Viewfinder (OVF) and a focus peaking function to make sure that your photos are crispy and clear from inside the camera to the final product along with a Digital Trans Panel which changes the colour of the shooting information according the the scene you’re shooting. Click here to read more.
Nikon 1 J3
With a 14.2 Megapixel CMOS Sensor backed up by a Dual Core EXPEED 3A Image Processor the J3 is going to be a fast operating compact with quality that you’d expect from some of the entusiast level DSLRs. It has an Advanced Hybrid Autofocus system with a massive 73 Auto Focus Points under Phase Detect Mode and a whopping 135 Auto Focus Points in Contrast Detect Mode. Click here to read more.
Nikon 1 J3 Under Water Housing (WP-N2)
It’s always nice when the big guys bring out a new camera and don’t forget about the usability of the camera by making the additional accessories. The compact and lightweight WP-N2 underwater housing transforms the Nikon 1 J3 (with 1 Nikkor 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 VR) into a powerful waterproof and underwater camera. Featuring an easy-to-use layout with instant access to all menu buttons and Waterproof to a depth of 40m, you’ll be able to relive your adventures from the deep with the brilliant photos and HD videos only Nikon 1 can achieve.
Nikon 1 S1
It sports a 10.1 Megapixel CX Image Sensor and has an ISO range of 100-6400. Just like the newly released J3 it runs on the enhanced Expeed 3A Processor which has made this camera a lot more speedier than the previous 1 models. This includes an enhanced hybrid autofocus system that allows for 15fps continuous shooting. Click here to read more.
Olympus Stylus HS-50
As an ideal travel compact camera that’s perfect for a wide range of photography from wildlife, sport, nature and landscapes, to capturing the fun at parties and even indoor stage photography, the Stylus SH-50 helps you capture both extremely wide vistas and distant scenes with outstanding clarity. Its high-performance 24x zoom lens (25-600mm*) utilises the same optical technology found in Olympus professional SLR lenses. Click here to read more.
Panasonic have announced their new Lumix, the DMC-TZ40… The best in the range and wow does it produce exceptionally clear images with great colour reproduction. Panasonic have always been known for their beautiful lenses and the TZ40 is no exception with its 24mm Ultra Wide Angle LEICA DC Lens which also expands to 20x Optical Zoom. Click here to read more.
It features a beautiful 12 Megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor at 1/1.7 inches, a wide f/1.8 4x Optical Zoom lens with a focal length of 28-112mm, a built-in pop up flash, ISO 100-12800 sensitivity, ability to shoot both JPEG and RAW, brass top and bottom plates, Intelligent Zoom which can get a 7.8x coverage without losing quality and a beautiful 3″ tilt LCD screen. Click here to read more.
We’re yet to have a hands on go with this camera but let it be heard “Polaroid have just announced a new Wi-Fi, Android based Compact System Camera”. While this may seem a step up from the Samsung Galaxy Camera released late 2012 we’re yet to see. Yes it is Android based which is much the same as the Galaxy but with the Samsung having their beautifully refined Jellybean Operating System it will be a long shot to beat the Galaxy camera. Click here to read more.
It looks great, it feels great and it is superior to a lot of its competitors in its category. Samsung’s major push this year is on connectivity and how that translates to your everyday life. They’ve adopted this philosophy with the NX300 and have incorporated WiFi connectivity to allow you to share photos between your camera, smartphone and/or tablet device. Click here to find out more.
Sony Action Cam Animal Mount
If you love your pet and want to see what life looks from their perspective or even if you just like making interesting funny videos for YouTube then definitely take a look at the new Sony Action cam mount for Animals. This quirky little addition to the Action Cam range was bringing about a lot of attention at CES this year and for good reason. We’re all used to seeing things from Surfing to Motorcross and more, however the Animal mount brings something unique to the table which was quite entertaining to watch.