Pentax makes another dSLR look like a cheap toy bot. Sigh.
Pentax follows up its value standout K-x dSLR with a modestly enhanced step-up model, the K-r.
The K-30 has the promise of speed and great photos, plus it's dust-and-weather sealed and ready for sub-freezing temperatures.
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It's been a while since Sony played in this ballpark, but the SLT-A77V and SLT-A65V look like strong contenders in their respective classes.
Apple has updated the digital camera raw support for iPhoto and Aperture, allowing import and management of raw files from several new Canon, Olympus, Panasonic, and Pentax models.
For the first time in ages, the company announces a new model at the bottom of its dSLR line, the EOS Rebel T3, along with a modest update to the T2i at the top, an iteration of its kit lens, and two enhanced low-end flash units.
Hot cameras such as Canon's PowerShot S95 and Nikon's D3100 and D7000 SLRs are supported with the new Lightroom. A long list of bugs are fixed in it and Photoshop, too.
While this week brought more than its share of shoes news, plenty of other gadget happenings went down while we were busy indulging our foot fetish.
Pentax's new dSLR slides into the top of its product line, with speed and video capture features designed to appeal to entry-level pros.