It would seem that while Nikon is the brand most people think of when they think of the top cameras in the world, at least in Australia, it’s actually Canon.
People are getting more and more comfortable with touchscreens as they are popping up on every cell phone and other devices, so I guess we shouldn’t be too surprised that they are now taking over point and shoot cameras also.
Panasonic has released details of its upcoming professional camcorder, the Micro Four Thirds AG-AF100.
Panasonic has announced three new additions to its Lumix line that will fit in with just about every point-and-shoot customer’s desired specifications and needs.
Panasonic has announced the latest entry into its award-winning Lumix series, the DMC-GF1.
You can always tell when the holiday shopping season is approaching by the number of new point and shoot cameras the companies unleash onto the consumer market.
If you’re looking to start your own production company, or just looking to get a little more serious with your home videos, Panasonic has just announced a new camcorder that may be right up your alley. The Panasonic AG-HMC40 blurs the line between professional camcorders and consumer models, and offers quite the punch for a reasonable $3,200 price tag.
If you werenâ€™t already impressed by Panasonic’s Lumix DMC-G1 Micro Four Thirds camera, then you definitely will be now. Just five months after the initial launch of the camera Panasonic has unveiled a new high-definition version of the camera that allows you to capture HD video in addition to taking pictures.
Panasonic has hit a new depth in gubbins. It has built in ‘Face Recognition’ so the camera can identify who it has just photographed.