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Panasonic Canada Announces FZ47 24x Superzoom

Fri July 29, 2011

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ47

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ47

PANASONIC EXPANDS POPULAR FZ-SERIES SUPER-ZOOM LINE, WITH 24X OPTICAL ZOOM AND FULL HD-CAPABLE MODEL

New Panasonic LUMIX FZ47 Digital Camera Packs a Powerful 24x Optical Zoom in High-Quality Leica Lens and Adds Creative Manual Control Options

MISSISSAUGA, ON (July 29, 2011) – Panasonic Canada Inc. today introduced the LUMIX DMC-FZ47 digital camera – the newest addition to the company’s super-zoom FZ-Series. The LUMIX FZ47 packs a powerful 24x optical zoom in a 25mm ultra-wide angle LEICA DC VARIOELMARIT lens, full-High Definition 1080i video-recording, 3D still capabilities and new creative controls while shooting both still and video images. The high-quality Leica lens features Panasonic’s Nano Surface Coating technology to help minimize light reflection that causes ghosting and flare.

“The LUMIX FZ-Series is an extremely popular line for Panasonic and we expect this model to be another winner for users who not only want an impressive zoom, but exceptional image quality and speed,,” said Doug Borbath, Senior Product Manager, Digital Still Camera, Panasonic Canada Inc.

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Sony HX7V Review @ Imaging Resource

Fri July 29, 2011

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX7V

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX7V

The Sony HX7V does a very good job and has a longish zoom lens, making a good travel companion.

We’ve added a new Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX7V [QuickPrice Check] Review to our Reviews Matrix.

Imaging Resource has published their review of the Sony DSC-HX7V, a 16.2MP resolution (1/2.3-in. “Exmor R” CMOS Sensor) compact ultra zoom digital camera with 10x wide-angle optical zoom (28-280mm equiv.), GPS + Compass and Optical SteadyShot image stabilization, 3.0-in. LCD (921k-dot), iAuto, P, Scene Modes, Burst 10 fps at 16.2MP, Backlight Correction HDR, Intelligent Sweep Panorama, 3D still image and 3D Sweep Panorama, Dynamic Range Optimizer, Continuous Shooting 10fps (16.2MP full resolution), Background Defocus, Handheld Twilight Mode, Soft Skin Mode, Smile Shutter Technology, Anti-blink Function, Natural Flash, and Full HD AVCHD 1080/60i Movie.

You can read the Sony HX7V Review @ Imaging Resource.

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SONY HX7V REVIEWS
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2011-10-12 Sony HX7V LetsGoDigital
2011-08-10 Sony HX7V PhotographyBLOG
2011-07-29 Sony HX7V Imaging Resource
2011-01-05 Sony Cyber-shots CES 2011 Press Release

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Leica M9-P and Noctilux-M F/0.95 Hands-On Preview @ ePHOTOzine

Fri July 29, 2011

Leica M9-P

Leica M9-P

We’ve added a new Leica M9-P preview to our Reviews Matrix.

ePHOTOzine has published their hands-on preview of the Leica M9-P with a Noctilux-M F/0.95 lens attached. The M9-P is basically an M9 with scratch-resistant, sapphire crystal covering on the LCD screen, resistant-to-wear vulcanite leatherette finish, absence of the Leica red dot logo and the M9 lettering for aded discreetness.

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LEICA M9-P REVIEWS
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2012-05-10 Leica M9-P EH Press Release
2012-02-20 Leica M9-P Imaging Resource
2011-07-29 Leica M9-P ePHOTOzine

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Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D Review @ DigitalCameraInfo

Fri July 29, 2011

Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D

Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D

Those looking for simple operation and solid image quality in a rather inexpensive camera body will be very satisfied with the T3.

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DigitalCameraInfo has published their review of the Canon EOS Rebel T3 / 1100D Family DSLR camera with 12.2MP resolution on a large APS-C CMOS image sensor, 2.7-in. (230k-dot) LCD display screen, ISO range of 100-6400, and HD 720p Movie 1280×720 at 30fps.

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Leica Lens Holder Turns Leica Lens Into A Stability-Enhancing Handle

Fri July 29, 2011

Leica Lens Holder M

Leica Lens Holder M

OK,I don’t know if the title made any sense to you but the whole thing does not make sense to me. I will speak slowly: this is a lens holder — made by Leica — that needs the use of a second lens — also made by Leica — to be used together as a stability-enhancing handle — for the Leica MP and M7 cameras. Comprende?

According to Leica, the “Leica Lens Holder M allows you to keep a complete mini photo outfit – a camera and two lenses – hanging on your carrying strap and ready for use.” You simply screw it into the tripod bushing, insert a second lens into its bayonet mount, and use the contraption as a stability-enhancing handle or as a mini tripod. The M system lens holder fits all analogue Leica M models except the Leica M5. If I may say so, that’s probably the most expensive mini tripod I’ve ever seen.

Yes, I checked and it’s not April 1st. Not only did someone at Leica come up with the idea — but it got approved!

View the Leica Lens Holder @ Leica.

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