Cambo’s long history in building monorail cameras stands it in good stead as it joins the increasingly competitive market for D-SLR video rigs.
Nikon has been careful to make sure the D600 isn’t a junior D800, but it still brings a high level of features and specifications to a lower price point.
Incorporating a teleconverter into a lens may look like a simple exercise, but the technical challenges are significant
It lives up to the promise of being the most capable D-SLR we’ve ever seen.
In typical Pentax fashion, the K-30 brings a higher-end D-SLR feature in to a lower price point, namely a weather-proofed bodyshell. It packs a lot of capabilities on the inside as well.
The pro-level A99 and its 35mm-sized sensor eriously challenge Canon and Nikon in the D-SLR market
Zeiss have worked closely with both Fujifilm and Sony to ensure seamless integration.
It’s a brave – and presumably very confident – Tamron that’s decided to throw its hat into the ring with an SP-series 24-70mm f2.8 zoom.
Pentax has been particularly bold with, firstly, the diminutive Q, and now the K-01.
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