Sony's fast-focusing mid-level camera can shoot at 11 fps
By Stan Horaczek on February 11, 2014
The NEX-6 was a great little camera, and while the NEX name is dead, the spirit lives on. The a6000 is the successor to the NEX-6 and it has a lot going for it, including a pretty aggressive price tag.
Panasonic takes the hybrid concept camera into ultra-HD territory
By Stan Horaczek on February 6, 2014
4K video and displays were a big deal at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, but there aren't a lot of consumer cameras that can actually churn out video of that caliber. The Panasonic GH4, however, is a monster when it comes to shooting motion and a worthy upgrade to the GH3.
More screen real estate and more connectivity come to Samsung's NX cameras
By Stan Horaczek on May 1, 2013
If Samsung has learned one thing from their Galaxy Android camera, it's that a giant capacitive touch screen can be a pretty handy tool on a camera. Now, they've equipped their new NX2000 with a massive 3.7-inch WVGA touch screen, which is a lot of real estate.
An innovative new lens system makes Samsung's new interchangeable lens compact a unique option.
On September 13, 2010
We found a lot to like about Samsung's previous mirrorless camera, the NX10. But, now Samsung is taking things in a different direction, ditching the SLR form factor and introducing a true interchangeable lens compact in the NX100.