Yesterday, Sony unveiled a whole host of things at CES including the P series notebook we showed you. For some reason, they chose to hold off on unveiling the world’s first WiFi camera with a built-in web browser until today. The Cyber-shot DSC-G3 definitely deserves its own spotlight, as it enables users to upload images and video directly to popular sharing sites whereever a WiFi connection is available.
You also get access to Sony’s Easy Upload Home Page via AT&T WiFi, which provides easy entrance into Shutterfly, Picasa, YouTube, Photobucket and Dailymotion. It packs 10 megapixels, 4x optical zoom and face detection and it’s available now for about $500.
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It just so happens that I recently picked up a G Series Camera so I thought I’d share this with all of you. Mihara Yasuhiro was asked to design this map bag style camera case for the Canon G10 camera. Just a sidenote, the bag can probably hold any G Series camera including G10′s outdated veteran, the G9.
I have to say it is a hard unit to find proper bagging for, but this leather one really does the trick. It’s Available now through the Canon Image2 Showroom or online.
Thanks to kix-files
Set to drop later this month, Nikon’s full-frame FX format D3X is a DSLR that packs a punch. The D3X is quite similar to the D3, just with a bigger sensor. It will give images of up to 6048 x 4032 pixels, and runs from ISO 100 to a rather conservative ISO 1600, compared to the ISO 6400 available on the smaller 12MP D3.
The price tag’s set at $8000 USD which doesn’t seem as expensive when compared to other DSLRs on the market.
Head to Nikon’s product page to read more about the newest toy on the block.
Sony and Panasonic are both set to release some new DSLRs next week, but a danish mag has already leaked the A900, a 24.6 megapixel camera that’s full-frame, and fully ready to kick some arse. It’ll be packing a punch, because we expect the camera to have Sony’s Dual BIONZ image processing engine, “Intelligent Preview,” a 3-inch “Hybrid LCD,” 5 fps continuous shooting, and Sony’s SteadyShot image stabalization. The ad’s pretty dry as far as price and release dates are concerned. We’ll just have to wait til next week to get the full details straight from the horse’s mouth.
Sony A900 DSLR: