The Pentax K-01 is a new mirrorless camera featuring the eternal K-mount and an APS-C 16MP CMOS image sensor. The K-01 captures 1080p video at 30fps and a 720p video at 60fps.
Built-in sensor-shift image stabilization expands the benefit to over 25 million legacy K-mount lenses in the world today. The K-01 captures up to 6fps still images and covers a sensitivity range of ISO 100-25600.
The Pentax K-01 should be available in March for $749 (body only) and $899 w/ the new pancake 40mm f/2.8 lens. Check availability on B&H and Amazon.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]
Nikon has unveiled its latest round of a new Coolpix point and shoot models, from the top P510 with its 42x zoom lens (24-1000mm equivalent) down to the budget-oriented L26.
Check out the rundown of features and price points from Nikon below. [click to continue…]
B&H has the new Fuji X-Pro1 and the three new XF lenses available for pre-order, which generally means that it should be in stock soon.
Check them out via the links below. [click to continue…]
So, I hear that this new Nikon camera is a pretty big deal…
I had a few minutes to get acquainted with the new Nikon D4 at CES 2012, and I’m finally getting around to sharing my first impressions from this hands-on time. [click to continue…]
Lots of leaky news on the new Olympus OM-D mirrorless interchangeable lens camera over the past week or so. The above image appears to be the first legit photo of the camera that has leaked out. [click to continue…]
The Polaroid SC1630 is a new Android-based camera that was unveiled at CES 2012. I had a chance to check it out up close and get a little taste of its performance.
I found it more than a little ironic that Polaroid would produce a camera that looks and feels like a phone while other manufacturers are fighting to differentiate the point and shoot camera from smart phones.
Even more intriguing is the fact that the Polaroid SC1630 offers a SIM-card slot, along with a speaker and mic that make it possible to use it as a phone. [click to continue…]