In a CES 2013 follow up article titled “What’s in a Look?”, Professional Photographer discusses the latest trend in camera design, that many of the new cameras look like old cameras.  From the Olympus OM-D E-M5 (featured in the video above), which is a virtual doppelganger to the Olympus OM cameras of the 1980s, to the Fuji X-Series Cameras, the Pentax Q and the Leica M9, it’s clear that many of today’s top cameras are borrowing their styling cues from cameras that are decades old. ProPhoto reports:  The vintage revival is something that has been floating around for quite a [More]
Nate “Blunty” Burr (aka Blunty3000) on The new Pentax Q – an unusual beastie of a camera. Pentax bucked current conventions and trends, and relied on their long and illustrious history and experience in building cameras to come up with the smallest, lightest interchangeable-lens system camera currently available…. and it’s incredible fun! Check out the quality of the stills and FULL HD VIDEO (1080p) that this little bugger kicks out (for a very low price)! Here’s the Pentaz Q (in Black or White) and a few of lenses for this awesome little camera: