Concept: Leica’s 50-megapixel S5


Designer Stefan Radev has gone ahead and pulled out a successor to the Leica S2. The S5 is a concept, but that’s pretty apparent with its amped-up specs. Some of these specs include a 50 megapixel sensor and a 3-inch screen with 950,000 pixels. The s5 also has WLAN capabilities along with a HDMI and USB 2.0 sockets. 

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New Camera on the Block: Nikon D5000


The latest digital SLR to join Nikon’s stable, the D5000 is compact and powerful. It’s a remarkable blend of simplicity and advanced D-SLR capabilities with breathtaking 12.3-megapixel image quality. The swivel LCD monitor is one of our favorite features as it allows you to take a shot from just about any angle or height. 

You can add an optional GPS unit for geo-tagging that automatically identifies and records every image’s latitude, longitude and altitude, with satellite time-of-day. 

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The Special Edition M8 in white by Leica

German camera maker Leica is set to release one of their finest rangefinders, the M8, in a special edition all-white variety. An extremely limited number of the cameras will be produced, and the price has not yet been established, but anyone...

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Diana Instant Back+ at Lomography

Lomography is releasing an instant photo attachment that you can add to any Diana F+ camera, which is compatible with all the Diana F+ accessories and lenses to create unique photos, instantly. The analog Polaroid may be dead but the...

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Sony Cybershot DSC-G3: World’s first WiFi camera with web browser


Yesterday, Sony unveiled a whole host of things at CES including the P series notebook we showed you. For some reason, they chose to hold off on unveiling the world’s first WiFi camera with a built-in web browser until today. The Cyber-shot DSC-G3 definitely deserves its own spotlight, as it enables users to upload images and video directly to popular sharing sites whereever a WiFi connection is available.

You also get access to Sony’s Easy Upload Home Page via AT&T WiFi, which provides easy entrance into Shutterfly, Picasa, YouTube, Photobucket and Dailymotion. It packs 10 megapixels, 4x optical zoom and face detection and it’s available now for about $500.

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Spotted: Sony’s A900 DSLR in Danish mag

Sony and Panasonic are both set to release some new DSLRs  next week, but a danish mag has already leaked the A900, a 24.6 megapixel camera that's full-frame, and fully ready to kick some arse.  It'll be packing a punch,...

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