The highlight of this year's biannual Photokina camera show was a bevy of full-frame cameras, a couple at new low price points.
With a relatively inexpensive full-frame model, revisions to its advanced compacts, and a couple of new photo printers, Canon's spending Photokina courting photo enthusiasts.
The German lensmaker is moving more into lenses for Canon, Nikon, and Sony SLRs, and it's showing off Micro Four Thirds lenses set to go on sale in 2013. And it's trying to catch the iPhone photography wave, too.
The camera show in Germany spotlighted camera designers suddenly open to experimentation as smartphones and other trends force the camera industry to defend its photography turf. Here are some new approaches.
The company pulls out all the stops with its fall camera and camcorder announcements.
An update means iPhoto, Aperture, and other software can handle Nikon's hot full-frame SLR and three new Canon PowerShot models that arrived at the Photokina show. Apple now supports raw photos from 283 cameras.
At the Photokina imaging show in Germany, the spotlight shines brightly on high-end gear from the likes of Canon, Panasonic, Samsung, and many others.
After a fitful start, Pentax's medium-format digital camera is now on sale. Here's a look at it.
The Photokina show in Germany attracts thousands of visitors--not just those in the photography industry, but regular folks as well. Here are some of the show's sights.
The Samsung HZ1 didn't get ahead of itself like the various other new cameras announced before Photokina had even started, proving big zooms can come in small packages