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  • Samsung Galaxy Camera video review

    Samsung's Galaxy Camera produces clear, colourful images, but the device is buggy and slow. Here's a video review of Samsung's Galaxy Camera.

  • Nikon reveals Android–powered Coolpix S800c camera

    Nikon has launched the first digital camera to be powered by Google's Android operating system in the Coolpix S800c.

  • Video: Video: Nokia 808 PureView review

    The Nokia 808 PureView is a Symbian smartphone with a staggeringly well specified camera. Here's our Nokia 808 PureView video review.

  • Video: Nokia 808 PureView review

    The Nokia 808 PureView is a Symbian smartphone with a staggeringly well specified camera. Here's our Nokia 808 PureView video review.

  • Canon unveils EOS M

    Canon has announced the EOS M, its first mirrorless compact system camera (CSC).

  • Samsung announces EX2F Smart Camera

    Samsung has announced the launch of the EX2F Smart Camera, the next in a new generation of Wi-Fi enabled cameras that combines 'high end photography with easy sharing'.

  • TechSmith launches Camtasia Studio 8

    TechSmith has today launched Camtasia Studio 8, the latest version of its market-leading screen-capture software.

  • Panasonic 12-35mm X lens to launch in June

    Panasonic has confirmed the release of its 12-35mm f/2.8 X lens. The Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8 'X' lens price will be around £1,000 and it will be available from the end of June.

  • Sony outs NEX-F3 camera

    Sony has introduced its NEX-F3 compact digital camera.

  • Nikon announces D3200 D-SLR

    Nikon has unveiled the D3200, an entry level digital SLR camera.

  • Panasonic unleashes its Lumix DMC-GF5

    Panasonic has unveiled the Lumix GF5, its latest addition to the family of digital cameras.

  • Canon unveils EOS 60Da camera

    Canon has announced its EOS 60Da, a high-end digital SLR camera designed for astrophotography.

  • Adobe Photoshop CS6 Beta available now

    Adobe has released a Beta version of Photoshop CS6 which is available to download for free from Adobe Labs.

  • VLC 2.0 Release Candidate Is Here; Android and iOS Versions Soon

    VLC, the multi-platform video player on Mac, Windows, and Linux, will soon release a big new version 2.0. But you don't have to wait until the official release--a release candidate version has just hit the Interwebs for you to try.

  • Canon Selphy CP810 'postcard' photo printer drops in

    Canon has announced a successor to the Selphy CP800 dedicated photo printer. The Canon Selphy CP810 adds cloud features and some intriguing photo ID templates. Available from May, it will cost £99

  • Pentax K-01 dSLR-compatible APS-C camera unveiled

    Pentax has announced an APS-C 16Mp CMOS digital camera that is able to take standard dSLR lenses. The Pentax K-01 will go onsale in the UK from the end of March with an RRP of £629 for the body only

  • Nikon Coolpix S30 'family' camera arrives

    Nikon has added another member to its Coolpix compact camera family. The S30 is a 10Mp model with a 3x optical zoom and has a very straightforward menu layout with large buttons that allow one-touch video recording and photo review

  • Optoma HD23 projector supports 24fps Blu-ray playback

    Optoma has launched a high-definition home cinema projector that supports Full HD (1920x1080p) resolution and can play video at 24 frames per second. The Optoma HD23 replaces the existing HD20 projector.

  • Fuji X-S1 bridge camera lands in UK stores

    Fujifilm has announce that its Fuji X-S1 superzoom camera is now onsale in the UK and has an RRP of £699. The 12Mp camera has a 26x optical zoom, a tiltable LCD and can shoot RAW photos and HD video footage

  • Panasonic Announces 20X-Zoom Pocket Camera, Full-Featured Rugged Camera

    Panasonic's latest camera models are extreme in a couple of ways: extreme in terms of optical-zoom range, and extreme in the "chugging a carafe of Mountain Dew while pogo-sticking down Mount Everest" sense. Today the company announced four new Lumix point-and-shoots that will be available in the first quarter of the year, headlined by the 20X-optical-zoom Lumix ZS20 and the rugged but robust Lumix TS4.


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