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Hands-on: Olympus Pen E-PL7 review

Hands-on: Olympus Pen E-PL7 review

By 18 hours ago

Your eyes do not deceive you: the Olympus Pen E-PL7 has an LCD screen that can be angled to sit beneath the camera. That makes it the apparent perfect selfie machine, giving it a key sell that few other compact system cameras can offer. But otherwise... >>

Olympus PEN E-PL7 CSC offers iPhone connectivity and reversable screen for the ultimate selfie

Olympus PEN E-PL7 CSC offers iPhone connectivity and reversable screen for the ultimate selfie

By 28 August 2014

Olympus has announced a compact system camera that is primarily designed for "fashion bloggers" and selfie fans. The Olympus PEN E-PL7 is compatible with the brand's interchangeable lenses, yet, like Samsung's NX Mini, retains the fun factor found on... >>

Ricoh's Pentax K-S1 SLR to launch in September, and you can get it in fabric colour options

Ricoh's Pentax K-S1 SLR to launch in September, and you can get it in fabric colour options

By 27 August 2014

Ricoh Imaging UK has introduced another SLR camera: the Pentax K-S1. Featuring what Rocho described as a "lightweight, compact and portable" body, the K-S1 uniquely comes in 12 different colour variations ranging from black, blue, and white as standard... >>

GoPro Fetch is a new harness that lets you capture what your dog sees

GoPro Fetch is a new harness that lets you capture what your dog sees

By 26 August 2014

If you own a GoPro and also have a dog, you're in luck: GoPro has announced a harness that enables you to record the world from your dog’s point of view. Called GoPro Fetch, naturally, it is a washable harness that features a padded construction and... >>

Smartphone photography: Here's six tips for snapping great pics

Smartphone photography: Here's six tips for snapping great pics

By 22 August 2014

Thanks to the modern age, snapping a photograph has never been so easy or effortless. That's because everyone has a powerful camera in their pocket: a smartphone. But some say it is putting nails in the coffin for beautiful photography. It doesn't have... >>

Leica M-P rangefinder camera packs full-frame pro specs into a small body

Leica M-P rangefinder camera packs full-frame pro specs into a small body

By 21 August 2014

Leica Camera AG has announced that its new Leica M-P will join its rangefinder models from today. This new compact, multi-lens camera offers photographers the ability to capture moments quickly but unlike the Leica M this new M-P model has a larger 2GB... >>

How do you get women to take selfies with cameras instead of phones? Behold Sony's perfume bottle cam

How do you get women to take selfies with cameras instead of phones? Behold Sony's perfume bottle cam

By 20 August 2014

To be filed in the "how to solve a problem that doesn't exist" category, Sony is about to launch a "selfie" camera that looks like a perfume bottle, presumably directly aimed at fashion concious women or teenage girls who don't own smartphones. That's... >>

Tom Oldham: After 22 years of using Canon professionally I've switched to Nikon, here's why

Tom Oldham: After 22 years of using Canon professionally I've switched to Nikon, here's why

By 19 August 2014

During the Virgin Media V Festival last year Pocket-lint shadowed official photographer Tom Oldham from stage to stage, trying our own hand at gig photography and finding out it's not as easy as you might think. And the year before we interviewed him... >>

Sony a5100 is the ‘world’s smallest interchangeable lens camera’

Sony a5100 is the ‘world’s smallest interchangeable lens camera’

By 18 August 2014

Sony has just unveiled its a5100 as "the world's smallest interchangeable lens camera". The Sony a5100 comes with a 24.3-megapixel APS-C sized Exmor CMOS sensor and BIONZ X processor. The ISO tops out at 25,600 so it should be versatile enough to work... >>

This super-fast camera snaps 4.4 trillion frames per second

This super-fast camera snaps 4.4 trillion frames per second

By 13 August 2014

A camera has been developed that can shoot 4.4 trillion frames per second. According to The Wall Street Journal, Japanese researchers have used a technique known as Sequentially Timed All-optical Mapping Photography (also called STAMP) to develop a super-fast... >>