Nikon D3200

Nikon has announced an all-new 24 MP entry-level DSLR camera that can be used with an optional WU-1a Wi-Fi module: the new D3200. The new Nikon D3200 is built around a new 24.2 MP CMOS sensor and Nikon’s latest generation of Expeed 3 image processor. This combination enables the D3200 to offer a sensitivity range of ISO 100 – 6400, expandable to 12,800.

Boasting the latest-generation Guide Mode with full 1080p HD video, the Nikon D3200 has 11-point autofocus system and 4fps continuous shooting. The Nikon D3200 is available in black or red and comes with a Nikon 18-55 mm VR lens. The Wi-Fi unit, WU-1a, will be available from May 2012 and will initially support image upload and remote viewing/shutter release with a free app for Android phones. An iOS support will be available later in 2012.

New Nikon D3200

Nikon D3200


Nikon D3200 specifications:

  • Lens: Nikon F bayonet mount
  • Sensor: 23.2 mm x 15.4 mm CMOS sensor; 24.2 million effective megapixels.
  • Sensitivity: ISO 100 to 6400; Hi-1 (ISO 12,800)
  • Display: 3.0 in., 921000 dots TFT-LCD
  • File format: still images- RAW, JPEG; movies – MOV
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • Connectivity: HDMI Type C – mini HDMI, USB hi-speed; NTSC/PAL output; Stereo mini-pin jack audio input
  • Wi-Fi Functionality: Eye-Fi Compatible
  • GPS: GP-1 GPS unit


Nikon D3200 top view

all new Nikon D3200


Nikon D3200 reviews:

In Nikon D3200 preview, website says that this camera is nice and compact. D3200 is a small camera, a little too small for those with larger hands, feeling smaller than a rival like the Canon EOS 550D.

The Nikon D3200’s large 24.2 MP sensor delivers rich detail, allowing you crop or print large images, keeping memories alive without a loss of sharpness. The fast and powerful EXPEED3 image processor provides high-speed operation, producing remarkably images with excellent colour reproduction. You can find more about this on Nikon D3200 review by

Nikon D3200 back

Nikon D3200 picture


The new sensor is not only capable of capturing top-quality images but also brings new heights to entry-level movie capture. As well as 1080p capture, the camera also includes a 3.5in microphone port to capture stereo sound with an external microphone. You can learn more about this if you read Nikon D3200 review from

The Nikon D3200 takes the lead from its predecessor (D3100) but has a few improvements to ergonomics which are very helpful to the every day shooter. While there are limited number of direct control buttons, commonly used function can be accessed via the “i” quick menu button. More details about build quality, handling and performance of new Nikon 3200 you can read on website.

Nikon D3200 display

Nikon D3200 back


Nikon D3200 black

New Nikon D3200


Nikon D3200 detail



new Nikon D3200 red

D3200 photo


Nikon D3200 photo

Nikon D3200 red


Nikon D3200 with VR lens

D3200 with lens



Fujifilm X-S1

The new Fujifilm X-S1 is a super-zoom bridge camera with a long list of features, excellent image quality and intuitive user interface. Looking like a DSLR, the new Fujifilm X-S1 boasts a 26x zoom lens and has a maximum aperture of f/2.8. Other highlights of the X-S1 include mechanical image stabilisation, manual zoom and focusing controls, a large 2/3-inch 12-megapixel EXR CMOS sensor, a 3-inch tilting LCD monitor, full 1080p HD movie recording with stereo sound, ISO range of 100 – 12800 and more.

Featuring a 12-group, 17-element lens configuration, the manual optical 26x zoom is a masterpiece of Fujinon technology. The adoption of high optical performance glass lens elements make the exceptional brightness of F2.8 at wide angle and F5.6 at telephoto possible. For telephoto shots beyond the 26x optical zoom range, Intelligent Digital Zoom doubles the zoom to the equivalent for 52x zoom and delivers excellent sharpness and detail.

XS1 superzoom camera from Fujifilm

new Fujifilm X-S1



Fujifilm X-S1 specifications:

  • Lenses: Fujinon 26x optical zoom lens
  • Sensor: 2/3-inch EXR CMOS; 12 MP
  • Focal length: f=6.1 – 158.6 mm
  • Zoom: 26x optical, 2x digital, 52x combined
  • Image stabilisation: mechanical, lens shift type
  • Display: 3.0-inch TFT LCD monitor; 460,000 dots
  • Sensitivity: ISO 100 to 12800
  • Storage: internal memory (26MB); SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card
  • File format: still image-JPEG, RAW; movie- H.264 (mov) with Stereo sound
  • Connectivity: USB2.0 High-Speed, HDMI Mini conector
  • Movie: 1920 x 1080 pixels, 30 frames/sec
Fuji X-S1 with additional lens

Fujifilm X-S1 superzoom camera


Fujifilm X-S1 reviews:

There are a few reviews of Fujifilm X-S1.

From ISO 100 – 800 RAW and JPEG shots are very good with new X-S1. Although image quality deteriorates from ISO 3200 – 6400 it is still an improvement compared to the rest of current superzoom market. More about image quality you can read on Fujifilm X-S1 review from This website says about X-S1:

The X-S1’s larger sensor goes a long way in improving overall image quality in regards to image noise. In fact we’d say the X-S1 has better image quality and lower noise than any other superzoom camera out there, though it won’t quite beat the majority of Compact System Cameras


The new Fujifilm X-S1 offers plenty of image processing customisation options that variously allows to boost highlit detail and to expand the perceived dynamic range of camera. You can learn more about this reading the Fujifilm X-S1 review from

tilting LCD display of X-S1

Fujifilm X-S1 display


The Fuji X-S1 looks and handles like a professional camera and sports a design and finish nearly up there with the semi-pro DSLR that one could otherwise buy for the some price. On Fujifilm X-S1 review, the website says:

The Fuji X-S1 is an ideal purchase for the photography nut looking for one camera that can do it all, and prepared to compromise on having image quality not quite on a par with a semi-pro DSLR that one could buy for a similar outlay.


Another Fujifilm X-S1 great review comes from You can read here about standard auto mode and more exotic EXR auto mode available on Fuji X-S1. The EXR mode is the best way to approach automatic shooting.

The Fujifilm X-S1 offers a full range of conventional shooting functions each enabling users to fine tune colour image sharpness and tone. More about this you can read on Fuji X-S1 review by

Two short Fujifilm X-S1 reviews you can also find on cnet and websites.

Fuji X-S1

XS1 display


Fujifilm X-S1 picture

Fuji X-S1 camera


lens of new Fujifilm XS1

new X-S1 from Fujifilm


X-S1 back



Fujifilm X-S1

New Fujifilm X-S1 bridge camera


26x optical zoom Fuji X-S1



Fuji X-S1 photo




Sony Alpha NEX-5N

The Sony Alpha NEX-5N camera is an update of the Sony’s first NEX camera, the Alpha NEX-5. The new 5N is a small and light compact system camera with 16.1 megapixel EXMOR APS HD CMOS sensor, 3″ tilting LCD panel and 25-point contrast-detected autofocus system. The Sony NEX-5N also offers a new touch-screen interface, an ISO range of 100 to 25600 and both a mechanical and electronic shutter. With its magnesium body, the NEX-5N can also capture full HD 1920×1080 p video and uses interchangeable lenses, like a DSLR camera.

The NEX-5N adds (to old NEX-5) a new optional OLED EVF, which help to make this camera more attractive for enthusiast users who prefer shooting through an viewfinder.

OLED electronic viewfinder of new NEX-5n

Sony Alpha NEX-5N


Sony Alpha NEX-5N specifications:

  • Sony E-mount lens, 18-55mm F3.5-5.6
  • 27mm – 82.5 mm focal lenght (35 mm equivalent)
  • EXMOR APS HD CMOS sensor (23.5 x 15.6 mm)
  • BIONZ image processor
  • 16.7 megapixels with 16.1 effective megapixels image resolution
  • Face Detection and Smile Shutter technology
  • 3.0″ TFT XtraFine LCD (921,600 pixels)
  • Memory Stick Pro Duo; SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card storage media
  • JPEG and RAW still image
  • AVCHD/MP4 video format
  • HDMI and USB 2.0 connectivity
Sony Alpha NEX-5N picture

new Sony Alpha NEX-5N


Sony Alpha NEX-5N reviews:

The image quality of Sony NEX-5N is excellent. The 16.1 MP sensor in the NEX-5n is capable of capturing images that rival some of the best APS-C format DSLRs on the market. More technical detail, sample videos and photos you can see on the Sony NEX-5N review from This website says amonf other things, about this Sony camera:

The NEX-5N is a well built, solid camera that fits comfortably in the hand and fells quite secure with it’s large hand grip (compared to to other mirrorless compacts). The articulated screen makes it easy to shoot from a low vantage point without having to bend down.

The automatic white balance on the Sony NEX-5N performs well in daylight and under fluorescent lighting but not so well of indoor incadescent lighting. The custom white balance performs well to, able to control for color temperatures that the automatic setting would not. More about these things and also test results you can find on Sony Alpha NEX-5N review from

Other tests and the opinions of several experts about Sony NEX-5N you can find on website.

Sony Alpha Nex-5N lens

Alpha NEX-5N


Sony NEX-5N details

Sony Nex-5N lens


Sony Nex-5N review

Sony NEX-5n


Sony NEX-5N tilting display

LCD of Sony Nex 5n


Sony Nex-5N controls

Sony NEX-5N details


Sony Nex-5N connectivity


Nex-5N display details

Sony Nex-5N display



Canon PowerShot G1 X

The Canon PowerShot G1 X is a new premium compact camera with a large CMOS image sensor. Incorporating Canon-developed technologies and expertise trusted by professionals worldwide, the new PowerShot G1 x offers a level of image quality previously only possible with a Canon DSLR.

The Canon G1 X offers a wide range of external controls, an articulated LCD and an optical viewfinder, which makes it not only an attractive second camera for SLR enthusiasts but also a potential alternative to entry-level SLRs or mirrorless system cameras. The G1X also offers an extensive ISO range of 100 to 12800, 4x zoom lens, built-in flash and full HD movie recording.

new G1 X premium camera from Canon

Canon PowerShot G1 X


Canon PowerShot G1 X specifications:

  • Sensor: 14.3 Megapixels, 1.5-inch CMOS
  • Focal length: 15.1 – 60.4 mm
  • Optical zoom: 4x
  • Display: 3.0-inch TFT LCD monitor; 992,000 dots
  • Sensitivity: ISO 100 to 12800
  • Storage: SD/SDXC/SDHC Memory Card
  • File format: JPEG, RAW, MOV
  • Connectivity: Hi-Speed USB 2.0/ Analog:PAL,NTSC/digital: HDMI mini connector
  • Movie: 1280 x 720 / 30fps
Canon PowerShot new G1 X

New Canon G1 X



Canon PowerShot G1X reviews:

The G1 X’s core capabilities are defined by its lens, which is an entirely-new 15.1-60.4 mm F2.8-5.8 design. The lens is fitted with a built-in 3-stop neutral density filter and offers a very versatile focal length range that covers most general photography needs. More about this you can read on on Canon PowerShot G1X review by

Another great Canon G1 X review comes from This website says that Canon G1X offers a superb level of manual functionality and it is capable of producing stunningly detailed full-resolution images.

Canon G1X details

PowerShot G1X controls


The Canon PowerShot G1X produces clean, noise-free images up to ISO 400. Tonality, colour saturation and sharpness is particularly pleasing on this camera’s JPEG files with RAW images offering even more detail. You can learn more about image quality of this camera on Canon G1X review from

More technical details of Canon G1X but comparisons with other similar cameras (from Sony, Panasonic, Nikon and Olympus) you can find on website.

A short Canon PowerShot G1X review, with some expert opinions and sample photos you can find on website.

As the G1 X’s lens has been engineered using many of the processes used by the Canon EF lens range, it is a top quality piece of glass. This and the level of detail rivals a DSLR cameras. More about that you can read on Canon G1X review from This website says about this camera:

The Canon G1 X’s sensor is the star of the show. The images this camera can produce are exceptional, easily of a DSLR quality – and it’s not often that’s said.


Canon G1X design

Canon G1X picture


new Canon G1X


articulated LCD of Canon G1 X

Canon PowerShot G1X display


Canon G1X image

Canon PowerShot G1 x



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