Fujifilm Canada Web site posts product pages for unannounced cameras.
A prototype from Casio can take 60 6-megapixel pictures a second, and a high-speed video mode can shoot at 300 frames per second.
Sigma's 18-200mm zoom lens, with optical stabilization to counteract camera shake, gives Canon SLRs an answer to Nikon ultrazoom.
Kodak made several new product announcements at PMA 2007.
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.
The software for editing and cataloging photos supports raw image formats from 20 new cameras, corrects lens flaws with Leica and other lenses, and supports Apple's high-resolution displays.
Fujifilm debuts three new point-and-shoot cameras
A summary of this week's digital imaging news.
Bibble's raw-image editing software now supports multiple new SLR cameras, including the Canon EOS-1D Mark III among others.
The price is high for Olympus' first Micro Four Thirds camera, but the hybrid camera design holds promise for the industry.