by IdoTDW

Samsung Galaxy NX is the first smart-ILC. But why not Sony?
Samsung has just unveiled new products from the Galaxy and ATIV lines during their "Premier" event. Arguably the biggest launch of the day was the Galaxy NX -- a mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera that runs Android Jelly Bean and supports LTE connectivity -- along with some Android-based devices that have already been announced (including another smart camera, the Galaxy S4 Zoom), some Windows 8 tablets and notebooks, and a mixture of both with the ATIV Q.
While watching Samsung's... Read more →

by kris

Cameras are now offering online connectivity, but are they any good?
For years the distinction between digital cameras and phone cameras was this: if you wanted to take high-quality photos with optical zoom and flash and all the other bells and whistles, you got a regular camera. If image quality didn't matter to you and you wanted to be able to share your photos instantly on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and so on, you got a camera phone. Unfortunately for camera manufacturers, phone manufacturers have been... Read more →

by marc

Samsung at IFA: New phones, laptops, desktops, cameras, and more!
As Sony did earlier today, Samsung used the IFA Berlin show to roll out massive array of new products. Some (the Galaxy Note II) were expected; some had already been introduced (the Galaxy Note 10.1), and some (Windows 8 laptops and desktops) expanded on themes that were in place at least since earlier this year. But Samsung still managed to provide some intrigue, with products like the Galaxy Camera, which boasts a 16.1 megapixel sensor, 21x zoom lens, Wi-Fi, and Android Jelly Bean. The launch... Read more →