A screenshot from retailer B&H Photo shows a new high-end, high-resolution SLR from Canon. But it's not clear yet just how real it is.
Though it's a weird camera to announce in conjunction with CES or PMA, given the amount of information now available about the Nikon D4, it's practically here.
The new pro dual-grip body consolidates the EOS-1D Mark IV and EOS-1Ds Mark III into a single full-frame, fast-shooting model.
This week, we rode a gravity-defying skateboard, got in touch with our inner Joker, and appreciated having a cell phone bill below $200,000.
The $9,700 SLR's Foveon sensor captures three colors per pixel rather than the usual one. Sigma is betting people will pay for that difference.
Ninety-five percent of cameras today use Secure Digital memory cards. So why do CompactFlash allies think their format still stands a chance?
Canon has built the world's largest CMOS sensor, some 40 times bigger than full frame: about the right size for Peter Crouch
The flash memory card maker announces a 64GB Class 10 product--but no price. Don't expect it to be cheap: Panasonic and Kingston's competing cards cost $500.
Canon S90 and Panasonic G1 and GF1 owners now can import raw files into Aperture and iPhoto, and Canon SLR owners get tethered shooting.
Some people balk at spending $300 for a camera. So what does a medium-format camera with the price of a midrange BMW get you? Big, luscious images, for starts.