(Test Video Above shot with the Panasonic Lumix LX7)  ePhotozine compared the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 and the Samsung EX2F in a head to head matchup. Who came out on top?  See their verdict below…   Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 vs Samsung EX2F Features In terms of megapixels, the Samsung EX2F offers slightly more at 12.4, whereas the LX7 has 10.1 megapixels. The LX7 has more optical zoom, it’s 3.8x offering is a 35mm equivalent of 24-90mm, the 3.3x optical zoom lens on the EX2F is an equivalent of 24-80mm, so they are both as wide, with the Panasonic reaching further at [More]
From dpreview.com >> Hands-on preview of the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1 full-frame, fixed lens compact
Introducing Sony’s first compact digital full-frame camera, the RX1. 35mm full frame CMOS image sensor? Check. Up to 256000 ISO? Check. Full manual control? Check. SGNL by Sony got an exclusive, hands-on first look at this mighty little machine. Check it out!
With camera manufacturers making their mirrorless cameras smaller and smaller these days, it leads one to wonder why people would consider a compact camera. In this video, Kai and Alamby of DigitalRevTV compare the two cameras while taking their “model” dog out for a walk, and then make some photography wishes at a wishing tree… Check out the links for the featured cameras, plus their new updated versions below:
The Panasonic LX-7 represents a huge jump and improvement over its predecessor, the LX5. The videocobra takes you on a tour of the new Panasonic LX7. 80-12,800 with 100fps high speed video in HD as well as interval shooting mode. 1/1.7inch CMOS Sensor 11 fps Burst Mode 23 point Auto Focus Contrast Detection
The Panasonic LX7 is the company’s latest premium camera to sit right at the top of its Lumix compact range. Here Amy Davies takes a look at what the replacement from the Panasonic LX-5 has to offer.
Nate “Blunty” Burr (aka Blunty3000) takes the Sony Rx100, the new flagship pocketable point & shoot compact from Sony that many are praising as “DSLR Quality”, and putting it up against the Nikon 1 system camera, the Nikon V1… Why? Well, they both have 1-inch imaging sensor chips inside, and they both are landmark concepts in their respective categories. Inch by inch, shot by shot. As usual for this type of vid; We STRONGLY recommend the 1080p mode & full-screen viewing (or best possible settings for whatever you’re watching on) >>CLICK HERE
Nate “Blunty” Burr (aka Blunty3000) on Sony’s new compact camera the RX100, which is aimed directly at the premium shooter market, The “pro-sumers” the professional Photogs looking for a pocket-sized backup, the enthusiast, the traveler looking to pack light but doesn’t want to sacrifice the quality of their travel photography gear – and it’s directly competing against the likes of the popular PowerShot S100 from Canon, the superb Olympus’s XZ-1 & the chunky but sweet, Panasonic’s Lumix LX5. The Sony RX100 is the world’s most powerful pocket sized camera, incredible specs in a small package. The Sony RX100 features a [More]
Is the SONY RX100 the best pocket camera ever made? David Pogue of the New York Times certainly thinks so (>>CLICK HERECLICK HERECLICK HERE
The Sony RX100 is one of the world’s most powerful fixed lens, pocket sized cameras. With such incredible specs in such a small package, there must be some compromises, right? The Camera Store’s Chris Niccolls checks out this pocket powerhouse. Also, Jordan Drake takes a look at the Sony NX70 weather sealed camcorder. From watching the video, we think the footage taken with the RX100 looks even better than that from the NX70, and it’s about 1/4 of the price. Check them out below: