Blunty Reviews the new Sony NEX-VG20, an interchangeable lens video camera system, the follow up to the NEX-VG10 and newest family member of the well received NEX camera line. This one is custom designed for video shooting, to give people who’re frustrated with the limitations (there is NO 29 minute video recording limit and NO sensor overheating issues with the VG-20!) and work-arounds of shooting video on DLSR. So lets see how well it does…
In this video, John Sison in the Hunter Valley checking out the NEX-F3. He takes a look at some of its new features and improvements to find out if its a worthy successor from the previous generation, the NEX C3.
A Detailed Hands-on with the Sony NEX-F3 by endgadget. The Sony NEX-F3 comes as the direct replacement for the NEX-C3, and features a 16.1 effective million pixels sensor, integrated pop-up flash and 180 degree tilting LCD. It serves as a great entry to SONY’s NEX lineup, with the NEX 5N, NEX 5R, NEX 6(coming soon), and NEX 7 rounding out the compact NEX lineup. SONY also offers a “Handi-cam” style body with the NEX VG-20.
The Sony NEX-F3 comes as the direct replacement for the NEX-C3, and features a 16.1 effective million pixels sensor, integrated pop-up flash and 180 degree tilting LCD. It serves as a great entry to SONY’s NEX lineup, with the NEX 5N, NEX 5R, NEX 6(coming soon), and NEX 7 rounding out the compact NEX lineup. SONY also offers a “Handi-cam” style body with the NEX VG-20.
ALL Handheld video! Steve Huff with a sampling of video quality from the Olympus OM-D camera. Nothing artistic but most of this is in low light areas. Some at ISO 1600. Lenses used were the 12mm f/2 and 45mm f/1.8. The 5-Axis IBIS (In Body Image Stabilization) is AMAZING and worked so well. The good news? No shake, no wobbling and no Jello effect! At the end, Steve does a side by side comparison with video from the Fuji X-Pro 1, and the Olympus easily overtook the Fuji in regards to Video.
Steve Huff takes a first look at the Olympus OM-D along with the 12mm and 45mm lenses, the lenses that Steve calls “the best two lenses you can get for the M 4/3 system.”
A look at the NEX-7 to see whether Sony has made a viable option for enthusiast photographers to ditch their DSLRs for compact system cameras and to discuss the features and performance of this high end camera. >>CLICK HERE<< for additional reviews of the NEX 7 and other SONY Mirrorless camera systems.
Kai and the gang from DigitalRevTV take the SONY NEX-7 ice-skating to find out how it fares in the real world. >>CLICK HERE<< for additional reviews of the NEX 7 and other SONY Mirrorless camera systems.
Sony Canada graciously lent the Camera Store their mirrorless crown jewel, the NEX-7, to test for some nitty-gritty street shooting. We take a look at the images, some video, and the cool features on this 24 megapixel pocket rocket! See this mirrorless gem being put through it’s paces. >>CLICK HERE<< for additional reviews of the NEX 7 and other SONY Mirrorless camera systems.
Does the new OM-D E-M5 manage to produce a GH2 style virtuoso performance in video mode? There are some question marks over that – but as a stills camera it stands up very well against some very tough competition – the 5D Mark III, Fuji X Pro 1 and Sony NEX 7. Since a live view mode is essentially the same as a video mode, mirrorless cameras with their EVFs and LCDs in place of an optical viewfinder have had a head start on DSLRs when it comes to video. Many people have high hopes for the E-M5 and in [More]
Pentax Canada was good enough to let The Camera Store’s Chris Niccolls spend an afternoon with their brand new Pentax Q camera system. Chris took a look at the images and video this camera could produce as well as the lens lineup for this quirky little camera. The Pentax Q is the perfect camera for someone who’s looking for a Small Camera with a Big Punch! Here’s the Pentaz Q (in Black or White) and a few of lenses for this awesome little camera:
DigitalRevTV reviews the Pentax Q compact interchangeable lense mirrorless camera (boy, is THAT a mouthful). But what the camera lacks in size, it makes up for in quality stills AND full 1080p HD video! Here’s the Pentaz Q (in Black or White) and a few of lenses for this awesome little camera:
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:
The Panasonic GF5 is the micro four thirds successor to the GF3. It has a brand new 12 megapixel sensor and processor inside, plus a 3 inch 920k Dot resolution screen on the rear. The GF5 is a great option for those looking to step up from point and shoot and into the world of interchangeable lens hybrid imaging (that’s our fancy way of saying photos AND HD Video ~_^). Best Price on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5XK Live MOS Micro 4/3 Compact System Camera with 3-Inch Touch Screen and 14-42 Power Zoom Lens, Black DMC-GF5XK
In this video, Kai (of DigitalRevTV) and Graham Uden take the Nikon V1 out for a test. But of course they both have very different opinions and also different subjects in mind. Best Price on the Nikon 1 V1 10.1 MP HD Digital Camera System with 10-30mm VR and 30-110mm VR 1 NIKKOR Lenses (Black) You may also be interested in the EP-3 Best Price on the Olympus PEN E-P3 12.3 MP Live MOS Interchangeable Lens Camera with 14-42mm Zoom Lens (Black)
Looking for straight forward info about the Panasonic Lumix GX1 mirrorless camera? Photo innovator Will Crockett is known as one of the top educators on the globe and in this video he presents the info you really need to decide if this is the right camera for you. 
He’s one of the pros that thinks mirrorless cameras will replace the DSLR as we know it today and is taking the smarter road to his own Migration to MIRRORLESS. Will has actually tested numerous different mirrorless cameras. The technical specs are online everywhere, but they don’t tell you how this camera [More]
Is the pricey Sony NEX 7 worth the money? This review skips the tech talk and reveals the real life strengths and weaknesses you will encounter when using this top-of-the-line NEX mirrorless camera. Photo innovator Will Crockett is known as one of the top educators and product reviewers on the globe, and in this video he presents the straight forward info you need to decide if this is the right camera for you for creating both photo and video files. Will is one of the experts that thinks mirrorless cameras will replace the DSLR as we know it today and [More]
The 2012 London Olympic Games were captured (in images and video) by Getty photographer Dean Mouharopoulous, who shot exclusively with the Panasonic DMC-G5 camera. In this video, Dean and Panasonic experts talk about using the G5 in different situations and finding the right lens to get the best shot. From Mirrorless Central: We love the Panny Lenses discussed in the video, and there are a lot of other phenomenal lenses that are compatible with the M43 format. In fact, if you’re going the interchangeable lens route, micro four thirds is a great option as there are more lenses available in [More]
This is the Sony NEX-5R, the latest addition to the NEX range, and the direct replacement for the NEX-5N. Compared with the NEX-5N there’s a re-designed APS-C sensor, improved sensitivity performance, a hybrid auto-focus system, App compatibility, Wi-Fi connectivity, degree tiltable touch screen and a few additions to the body. Here Ali Jennings takes a look at Sony’s latest NEX release.
Another Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 Review Best Price on the Panasonic DMC-G5 16 MP Compact System Camera with 3-Inch LCD – Body Only (Black)
Another review of the Olympus OM-D EM-5, hands down one of the best mirrorless cameras – check that – one of the best cameras PERIOD, to come out in the last several years. Pros and enthusiasts alike love this camera for it’s stunning Image Quality, 5 point image stabilization, lightining fast autofocus and retro form factor. If you’re interested in the OMD, we also recommend that you pick up the optional battery grip. It makes the camera easier to hold, and of course, adds to the battery life.
A review about the new Olympus OMD EM-5 for Street Photography
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 Review – The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GX1 joins Panasonic’s award-winning LUMIX G Series of digital cameras, which are acclaimed for their high image quality with small and compact body and lenses. The new LUMIX GX1 features a 16.01-megapixel Live MOS sensor and Venus Engine, helping to ensure real-to-life images through excellent resolution, image rendering and color reproduction. Even in low-light situations and at maximum 12800 high ISO sensitivity, the LUMIX GX1 can produce stunning photos and videos, and because of its compact size it can be easily carried for daily use.   Click Below for the Best Price [More]
A short, sharp review of the GX1, Panasonic’s mirrorless system camera for the discerning enthusiast. Tested alongside the Sony NEX-5N to see which one comes out on top. View at 1080p to see sample shots at 1:1 pixel ratio. Click Below for the Best Price on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1K 16 MP Micro 4/3 Compact System Camera with 3-Inch LCD Touch Screen and 14-42mm Zoom Lens (Black)