CES 2014

Nikon D3300 Hands-On

by on January 14, 2014

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Nikon D3300

Nikon announced its new entry-level DSLR, the D3300, last week at CES 2014.

The D3300 features a 24.2MP DX format sensor, which is the same as the D3200; however, the D3300 takes a cue from the Nikon D7100 and has no optical low pass filter. [click to continue…]

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Samsung WB2200F

The Samsung WB2200F is a bit of a head scratcher. At a time when camera makers are packing longer zoom ranges into smaller camera bodies, Samsung has taken the opposite approach and made the WB2200F as a 60x superzoom with an integrated vertical grip. [click to continue…]

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iUSBport Camera 2-2

iUSBport Camera is a wireless tether for Canon and Nikon DSLRs. The device, along with the iUSBport Camera app, allows users to connect their camera’s USB port to a compatible host device that will receive images wirelessly from your camera. [click to continue…]

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OWC Thunderbolt at CES 2014-16

With the Thunderbolt I/O platform in full swing on the Mac and growing in the PC, the availability of Thunderbolt peripherals is growing rapidly. OWC was at CES 2014 showcasing several of its new Thunderbolt drives and PCIe card chassis. [click to continue…]

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Video: Nikon D4S First Look

by on January 11, 2014

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Another look at the Nikon D4S at CES 2014.

More coverage here and here.

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JVC 4K Camcorder

4K is the big buzz phrase this year. Camera-wise though, the selection is still a bit slim. Sony showed off its new FDR-AX100 and Panasonic featured a prototype 4K Lumix camera. Additionally, JVC had its 4K version of the PX100 on display as a reference exhibit at CES 2014. The camera was tethered to a 4K display and streaming 4K footage from its HDMI port.

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