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Performance and ergonomics on this mirrorless camera improve, while the price gets competitive.
It can also print pics you snapped with your phone.
Because a retro look just doesn't mix well with the needs of video shooters.
A 102MP sensor, 4K video, in-body image stabilization, full-res 5fps shooting with tracking and a hybrid autofocus system makes this seem like a terrifically well-rounded camera.
Canon faces Fujifilm, Polaroid and Kodak with its Zink-printer digital cameras in bold colors.
It's going to be a long year, my friends, but CNET has you covered.
Fujifilm's style still impresses in a sea of ho-hum enthusiast cameras.
Fujifilm's going to run out of generations who fondly remember film cameras.
With up to seven stops of compensation, Olympus hopes to entice pro action and wildlife photographers who'd like to shed the burden of a tripod or monopod.
The company's eagerly awaited "affordable" version of its GFX 50S trims features you probably won't miss -- and a couple you might.
Edge-to-edge AF points, 11fps continuous shooting and 10-bit DCI 4K video in-camera for $1,500.
Enough people apparently can afford a $51,990 medium-format camera to keep this ultrapremium company in business.