Canon today announced the EF 70-200mm f2.8L IS II USM lens, a successor to its EF 70-200mm f2.8L IS USM lens that was launched in 2008.
With the exception of a couple models, for the most part Panasonic's entry-level and midrange HD camcorder models for 2011 look underwhelming, thanks to sensors with insufficient resolution for HD capture.
Olympus launches a promising competitor to the popular Canon PowerShot S95.
The highlight of Canon's 2011 prosumer lineup is a new series that integrates the CMOS sensor used by its professional XF models.
The Japanese company has updated its compact camera line with the GRD III, whose optics should appeal to enthusiasts.
Not only does Samsung's HMX-Q10 seem to offer decent specs for the money, it can flip over for left-handed use.
Canon announces compact, single-chip little brothers to the solid-state XF300/XF305 camcorders it shipped earlier this year. They won't be available until the first quarter of 2011, though.
The A560 replaces the A500 and the A550, a welcome consolidation in Sony's dSLR product line. The new model adds video-capture capability, a first for a Sony dSLR. It's joined by three new prime lenses.
Sony announced three new lenses today.
The Japanese lens maker has updated its wide-angle zoom with image stabilization, but it adds $200 to the price.