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Patent: New EF-S 18-55 With an LCD Display?

A patent has surfaced pertaining to aberration reduction in interchangeable lenses. Unrelated to the patent is an image showing an EF-S 18-55 kit lens with what appears to be an LCD display like we have seen on the Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II. The patent does reference a “lens information display”.

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Fujifilm FinePix XP130 Review

The Fujifilm FinePix XP130 is a new tough, do-it-all camera that adds bluetooth connectivity, longer battery life, eye-detect auto-focusing and an electronic level. The XP130 also features the same 16 megapixel sensor, 5x zoom lens, 3 inch LCD screen and built-in wi-fi as its predecessor.

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Kodak PixPro AZ901 Review

The Kodak PixPro AZ901 superzoom camera has a jaw-dropping 90x optical zoom lens, which offers a maximum telephoto length of 1980mm – try doing that with your smartphone! Other stand-out features include 5fps burst shooting, an articulating LCD screen, RAW file support and wi-fi connectivity.

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Here’s the Canon EOS 4000D, A New Entry Level DSLR

The Canon EOS 4000D specifications and images have leaked ahead of their imminent announcement. This is one of 3 new entry level DSLRs that we’ve seen evidence of. EOS 4000D Specifications 18mp CMOS APS-C DIGIC 4+ Full HD video 2.7″ LCD Screen ISO range: 100-6400 Wi-Fi Size: 129.0 × 101.6 × 77.1 mm Weight: 436 Read more…

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Patent: Improved Eye Detection on Viewfinders

A patent showing improved eye detection for viewfinder showing conserving battery life based on how and when the LCD turns off. From Canon News: This patent uses a combination of sensors to detect if the LCD is open, viewable or tucked away to determine the distance thresholds automatically.

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Olympus TG-870 Review

The Olympus TG-870 is a rugged compact camera with built-in wi-fi connectivity and GPS tracking. The 16 megapixel TG-870 also offers a 180-degree tilting LCD screen, built-in LED light, 1080p HD movies, a 5x zoom lens (21-105mm), and a Live Composite shooting mode

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Canon SELPHY CP1300 Review

The Canon SELPHY CP1300 is a new wireless compact photo printer with a large 3.2-inch LCD screen. Is this the perfect family printer

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Canon EOS M100 Review

The Canon EOS M100 is a new compact system camera aimed at beginners.

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Canon PowerShot SX620 HS Review

The Canon PowerShot SX620 HS is an affordable travel-zoom camera with a 25x zoom lens. The Canon SX620 offers 20 megapixels, a high-resolution 3-inch LCD screen, built-in wi-fi and NFC connectivity, and 1080p HD movies. Read our in-depth Canon PowerShot SX620 HS review…

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What others are saying about the Nikon D850

Here is some additional coverage on the new D850 – what others are saying about the latest (and greatest) Nikon DSLR camera so far: Nikon D850 pre-orders:  B&H  |  Adorama  |  Amazon  | WEX  |  Jessops The use of a backside illuminated (BSI) sensor means that the light collecting elements of the sensor are closer to the surface of the chip. This should not only increase the efficiency of the sensor (improving low light performance) but should also be expected to make the pixels near the edges of the sensor better able to accept light approaching with high angles of incidence, improving peripheral image quality. ( Dpreview ) This is the first time ever that a Nikon DSLR has a back-illuminated sensor, which allows more light to hit the photodiodes and results in better image quality compared to traditional sensor architecture

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