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The big names in DSLRs are in retreat from the iconic camera design. Now what?
New Olympus software for MacOS will let you use your camera as a webcam for video chats and conferences. There's also a version for Windows.
The maker of the first designed-from-the-ground-up digital SLR is going the way of Kodak, Polaroid and other historic camera manufacturers.
After four years, Olympus' midrange enthusiast mirrorless finally gets some love.
Nikon joins the fray in one of the few bright spots of a shrinking market.
A pro sports camera that you don't have to be a weightlifter to tote all day.
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.
Is this the rumored E-M1X?
Panasonic's been making nothing but Micro Four Thirds cameras for years, so this comes out of left field.
The company's latest lens is one of its easiest to use.
Fujifilm delivers another stylish mirrorless camera for the phone-camera-doesn't-cut-it-anymore set.
The most likely is a film-only Instax SQ6.