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.
Sigma, a lensmaker determined to become a camera maker, reveals its upcoming SLR at the Photokina show. Here's how it and two new lenses look.
Even as exchange rates make life easier for Kazuto Yamaki, CEO of the Japanese lens and camera manufacturer, the profusion of new camera models makes it vastly more complex. Also: Are the Foveon-based cameras a flop?
Though it sounds fairly thin, the portable and rechargeable Sound Donut's flat ring design and speakerphone capabilities make it worth considering.
Saying it improved manufacturing, the Japanese camera and lens maker will start selling a lower-priced SLR in March. Also: perks for those who paid the high price.
A 13-inch laptop with excellent battery life and Nvidia graphics for a fair price: the $799 Asus U31SD-A1 has your bases covered.
Surprisingly good graphics and great battery life hide inside this 13-inch, $799 Asus notebook. It may not be sexy or super-thin, but it's a rock-solid back-to-school consideration.
For the same price as Apple's two-dongle kit, you can get this three-in-one solution that adds a microSD reader to the mix. It's available now for preorder.
Do you need coffee to get going every morning? So does this car, which this month broke a Guinness World Record "for vehicles run on gas from organic waste."
The Japanese camera equipment maker expects the new Foveon sensor in its upcoming SD1 will prove more competitive. Also: New image-stabilized lenses and Sigma's financial crisis.