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Camera Lust: 4 New Products from CES 2014

By // January 7, 2014 // Posted in Camera & Lens, Gear & Equipment

Any tech editor worth his salt is covering CES right now—the annual Smörgåsbord of gadgets and innovations in technology.

Our senior tech editor Dan Havlik is no exception, and he’s been blogging away on our sister publication, PDNpulse about all of the cool cameras he can get info on.

Here are some of our favorites introduced at the show this year, with links to the full descriptions. (Try not to drool on your keyboard.)


The NIKON D3300

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Complete with a 24.2-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor1 and EXPEED 4 image processor, the compact and lightweight D3300 is capable of capturing stunning images and Full HD video with ease. Read more.

 

Sony’s A5000 Mirrorless Compact System Camera with Wi-Fi

Sony-a5000_wSELP1650_front_white-300x189The company calls it “the world’s lightest interchangeable lens camera with Wi-Fi,” and at less than 8 ounces, this little wonder is perfect for the pocket. Read more.


Sigma’s 50mm F/1.4 and 18-200mm Lenses

Sigma-50mm-1-1.4-DG-237x300“The 18-200mm, in particular, is an exciting new lens as it now has macro functionality, updated optics and a Global Vision design, making it a fantastic alternative to the kit lens,” says Mark Amir-Hamzeh, president of Sigma Corporation of America. Read more.


Samsung’s 20.3MP NX30 Mirrorless Camera, Lenses and Galaxy Camera 2

Samsung-NX30-18-55mm_003_Right-Angle1_black-300x281The company unveiled four new photo products for CES2014: the 20.3-megapixel NX30 mirrorless compact system camera; two new lenses for the NX camera system; and a new wirelessly connected Galaxy Camera 2. Read more.

All this, and CES is just beginning! Check back for more, or visit PDNpulse for more up-to-the-minute gear from Vegas.

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Jessica Gordon

Jessica Gordon

Jessica Gordon loves discovering new photographers, and learning about historic image-makers who’ve helped evolved the craft. As managing editor for Rangefinder magazine, she’s passionate about clever copy and great design. On the weekends, you can find her biking around Brooklyn and downward dogging in yoga.

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