Photokina 2012 Show Report – 5 Notable Cameras

Photokina 2012 is all wrapped up, and we saw a ton of great new releases.

We touched on some of the most exciting products (including the 6D vs D600) in our preview – see that here.

Now, we will wrap up the show by taking a look at a few goodies that didn’t hog the spotlight, but nonetheless push the envelope.

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New Panasonic Cameras: LX7, G5, etc.

It’s always interesting to see a respected brand re-hash it’s lineup, and that’s what Panasonic did with its flagship compact camera recently, along with an interesting new mirrorless option. Let’s take a deeper look.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7

The first eye-catcher … READ MORE

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Panasonic GF3 vs Olympus E-P3

It’s been exciting to watch the micro-4/3rds market develop over the past few years, with Panasonic and Olympus championing the new mirrorless technology along with a line of new lenses to accompany their new bodies. Offering smaller, lighter packages with … READ MORE

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The past month has seen a rash of new and interesting releases and news in the photography world. Apple with a new video editing program that’s shaking up the industry; Pentax with the smallest interchangeable lens camera ever; and Panasonic … READ MORE

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Preview: Sony NEX-C3 vs Lumix GF3

Over the past several years, the market for large sensor compact cameras has grown, and camera makers have responded accordingly. Sony and Panasonic are two of the biggest names in the game (aside from Olympus, which made a big splash … READ MORE

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Large Sensor Compact Cameras…compared

One fast growing segment in the camera market is large sensor, compact, camera systems. (aka micro 4/3rds or mirrorless interchangeable lens systems) Their small size, low weight, and top-notch image quality has attracted a large number of photographers over the … READ MORE

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Panasonic DMC-LX5 Review

Since the launch of the LX3 nearly 2 years ago, enthusiast and professional photographers alike applauded Panasonic’s move to create a serious camera in a small package. The fast aperture, wide angle lens, larger sensor, and variety of external controls made it a top choice for many and complement to many a DSLR. Now, with the release of the LX5, the evolution of Panasonic’s premium compact camera continues. A few notable features which stand out from the previous model…

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