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.
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.
Canon S90 and Panasonic G1 and GF1 owners now can import raw files into Aperture and iPhoto, and Canon SLR owners get tethered shooting.