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Today's cameras have been not only focus on appearance
Quality, features and strong performance are consumers' first choice today. Speaking of cameras, now we see a lot of unique cameras, which they gradually shape and internal camera before, and for many the epitome of a number of cameras. Their market position more widely, making the audience growing. Portable DC change the definition of a small sense telescopic lens from a certain. Today's portable DC are both powerful and very strong.
Here are the models we're looking forward to the most, including compact interchangeable-lens cameras, premium point-and-shoots, pocket megazooms, full-size megazooms, and...binoculars. Read on now.
Putting an innovative spin on camera LCDs is nothing new for Samsung, as its DualView cameras have front-mounted secondary LCDs to help with self-portraits and capturing the attention of babies. The new Samsung MV800 has only one LCD, but it's a hinged viewfinder that swings upward 180 degrees to face whoever is in front of the lens. You can also swing the LCD out just a bit to prop the camera up while you're using the self-timer, so it can serve as a built-in tripod for some shots.
Canon PowerShot S100
Canon didn't have to change much in the successor to its excellent PowerShot S95 to make the new model an exciting offering in the realm of premium point-and-shoots. And the changes in the Canon PowerShot S100 address the S95's scant shortcomings: Improvements include 1080p video recording, a peppy burst mode that captures 8 full-resolution images per second, a 5X-optical-zoom lens starting at 24mm wide-angle, and a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor optimized for low-light shooting. Welcome holdovers include manual controls, a wide-aperture F2.0 lens, and the excellent lens-surrounding control ring found in the S95.
Sony Alpha NEX-7
Sony's Alpha NEX-5 was one of the most impressive compact interchangeable-lens cameras we've ever seen, and the boldly redesigned Alpha NEX-7 supplants it at the high end of Sony's Alpha NEX line. Key changes to last year's line of NEX models include a higher-resolution (23.4-megapixel) APS-C sensor, 1080p video recording at 60 frames per second using the new AVCHD Progressive format, an eye-level OLED viewfinder built into the camera body, a pop-up flash, and a new 'Tri-Navi' control system that lets you use two unmarked dials on the top of the camera to adjust different settings depending on the mode context. The NEX-7 is looking like the compact interchangeable-lens camera to beat in 2012.
Nikon 1 V1/Nikon 1 J1
Nikon has also announced its first mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera line, and the first two models are some of the smallest in the category. The higher-end Nikon 1 V1 offers an electronic eye-level viewfinder and a hot shoe that supports separately sold flashes, microphones, and GPS receivers. The lower-priced Nikon 1 J1 has only a 3-inch LCD, and it omits the hot shoe. Both cameras pack a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor, snappy 10-fps burst capture, 1080i video recording at 60 fps, and a speedy 71-point autofocus system. The new cameras use a new Nikon 1 lens mount, but a big competitive draw is their ability to use legacy Nikkor lenses with a separately sold adapter.
With advances in technology and people for the new understanding of digital cameras, the function and the shape of many cameras have a qualitative change. Every spring, a large number of new digital cameras are listed, when camera rotation from the old era into a new era, each camera and the design concept are changing from the molding process. Needs of different groups also means that today's camera has become a diversified development trend. More and more people began to accept this fashion concept.