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Photo.net community member and contributing author Shun Cheung previews the new Nikon 40mm f/2.8 DX AF-S Micro Lens... [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="400" caption="Nikon 40mm f/2.8 ...


A long-awaited lens (and heavily rumored a few weeks before the official announcement April 27, 2011), Nikon users finally have a similar offering Canon users ...


Get ready for the newest member to the Nikon DSLR family of entry-level cameras--the Nikon D5100. The D5100 model number indicates that this new Nikon ...


Pentax announces the new K-5 DSLR today (September 20, 2010), a year and four months after the announcement of the K-7 (announced May ...


Back in 2004, Nikon introduced their first affordable DSLR in the D70 at $1000, along with Canon’s first Digital Rebel, and the popularity of DSLR ...


On August 23, 2010, Sony announced two new APS-C digital cameras, the SLT-A55V and the SLT-A33. Both feature what Sony are calling “Translucent Mirror ...


Canon's latest small frame sensor camera, the EOS 60D has just been announced. The Canon EOS 60D retains all the major features of the EOS ...


Nikon finally adds some new much-needed and desired FX wideangle lenses to their lineup, to complement the FX body cameras. The new Nikon 24mm f/1.4 AF-S ...


Olympus just unveiled the newest member to their PEN line of cameras, the E-PL1. It’s a simplified entry-level camera that’s a step up from point ...


No, the iPad isn't out yet. But after reading one billion news stories and blog posts about it over the past week, I thought I ...


Presenting…the D3S, Nikon’s first FX-sensor DSLR with HD movie mode. This camera is an upgrade to the D3, announced two years ago. Many of the ...


Want to hear what we at photo.net think about the K-x announcement? Then click below and check it out before all those newsletter reading ...


Today (September 9, 2009), Leica announced the M9, the first ever full frame digital rangefinder. The M9 is the successor to the M8, (Leica’s first ...


Fall is the time for exciting camera news. Panasonic breaks the anticipation by releasing official information on their latest camera to the micro four thirds ...


Panasonic adds 2 new micro four thirds lenses to the lineup: Panasonic Micro Four Thirds 20/1.7 and 45/2.8 Macro Lenses. Read the photo.net preview and official ...


Canon just announced their new EOS 7D small frame sensor DSLR camera today. Features include a new 18MP APS-C CMOS sensor, full HD shooting capability, ...


Nikon keeps "upping" the game for their entry-level models. Gone are the days of the 6MP D40 or the D60 with only 3 AF points. ...


Nikon upgraded the D300 to the D300s: a new version with dual memory card slots (CF and SD), HD video-capable, higher frame rate of 7 ...


Olympus just divulged official information that has been buzzing about for months now, on their new micro four thirds super compact E-P1 DSLR. 1959 saw ...


Pentax announces the new K-7 DSLR today (May 20, 2009). As seems to be the rule these days for all new DSLRs, it can shoot ...


Nikon today announced the next addition to the Nikkor lineup with the new AF-S DX Nikkor 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED lens. Compact and lightweight, the new ...


The D5000 is the latest addition to a series of very compact consumer DSLRs from Nikon, following the D40, D40x and D60. Based on the ...


The new Olympus E-450 continues the entry-level line of small compact lightweight E-400 line of DSLRs. What's new are the additonal Art Filters featured on ...


Here is a little sneak preview of Photo.net's new "drag and drop" image re-ordering system for photo.net folders. This is a feature that we have ...



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