digital cameras

Sony DSC-RX100 Mark III: The Point-And-Shoot Champ Takes It Up A Notch

The DSC-RX100 was instrumental in forging the high-end point and shoot category of digital cameras when it debuted in 2012. Last year’s Mark II version was a minor spec bump, but the new RX100 Mark III has some startling features you’d never expect from a camera so small.


The Beautiful Leica T Camera Will Cost $5000 In Australia

Today, Leica jumps into the future with the Leica T, a brand new camera and lens system from the storied maker of luxury cameras you can’t afford. The new unibody shooter has a huge 3.7-inch touchscreen and a brand new interface that looks unlike anything we’ve ever seen on a camera before. It’s gorgeous, it will take lovely photos, and of course, it’s pricey — a camera and lens will set you back nearly $5000 in Australia.


Polaroid's Socialmatic Camera Is All About Sharing Your Shots

We were cautiously optimistic when the concept for the real-life Instagram camera, the Socialmatic, popped up online last year. Now, despite a few concerns, Polaroid is officially making the design a reality. The company is partnering with Socialmatic, and when the camera is available this fall, it will allow photographers to either instantly share their shots on “major social media networks” or just run off a hard copy using the device’s built-in instant ZINK printer.


How To Use Your Fancy New Camera Like A Pro

Congratulations, you just scored an awesome new camera for Christmas. Welcome to our annual guide to getting started with your new tool.


The 10 Most Important Digital Cameras Of All Time

This time of year, when new digital cameras are being released left and right, is a great opportunity to look back on those pioneering shooters that led the charge from photochemical to digital supremacy. PopPhoto has a great rundown of the 30 most important digital cameras of all time. Here are our 10 favourites.


This High-Speed Digital Camera Can Freeze Objects Moving 12,000km/h

When it comes to high-speed photography — and we’re talking about freezing explosions and other occurrences that are over in just thousandths of a second — something known as film-based streak photography has always been the go-to technology. But as film continues its slow death, a company called MetroLaser has come up with a digital alternative that can freeze objects moving at almost 12,000km/h, which is roughly 10 times the speed of sound.


Holy Crap Look How Fast This Nikon Pro Can Tear Down A $7000 D4

Well, just call this guy Mr Magic Hands, because he makes dissembling and repairing one of the best cameras in the world look so easy that it must be sleight of hand. I know this is real, but I still can’t believe it.


Rumour: Canon Testing 75MP Pro DSLR

As camera rumours go, this one’s pretty insane: Photography Bay is claiming that a reliable source has told it that Canon is testing “a pro-sized body like the 1D X” which packs a sensor with over 75 megapixels. Wow.


Revolutionary All-Seeing Camera Lens Puts The Lytro To Shame

It hasn’t exactly been a runaway hit with consumers, but the Lytro camera introduced brilliant innovation to the world of digital photography. Its revolutionary optics capture an almost infinite depth of field, letting you adjust focus to whatever’s in the frame when you’re post-processing. But as researchers from Saarland University in Saarbr├╝cken, Germany, have demonstrated with a new camera accessory, the Lytro is just the tip of the iceberg.


The iPhone Didn't Kill Cameras, It Made Us Want Better Ones

The Wall Street Journal pointed out today that while sales of point-and-shoot cameras have declined steadily over the past few years, DSLRs and other interchangeable-lens cameras have been doing great. That’s right. People don’t want to just take more photos than ever, they want to take better photos, with big-kid cameras. And that’s not in spite of the smartphone revolution. It’s because of it.