Capture a side of your city the world has never seen. It could be the city centre taken from a refreshing new angle, a lesser-known suburb, or perhaps your unique perspective of it all. And you could win the new Canon EOS 60D. [Read more…]
If you are considering a digital camera, Olympus E-P1 deserves your attention. The Olympus E-P1 marks an innovative new era in digital imaging. The new Micro Four Thirds camera upholds the legacy of the celebrated PEN family of cameras, with the photographic optics of an SLR and the size and simplicity of a point and shoot.
Combining the still image quality of a digital single lens reflex (DSLR) with the A/V quality of both a High Definition camcorder and high-end audio recorder, the E-P1 is a virtual full-service imaging studio in one ultra-portable and stylishly retro body. With dozens of advanced features, the E-P1 makes documenting and sharing your everyday life easier and more creative than ever before.
Here is what New York Times says about E-P1,
So much beauty, such glorious pictures in good light, so much potential — but also so many eccentricities, lapses and misfires. You’ll fall in love with everything the E-P1 stands for — but you’ll mourn what might have been.
$800 USD is not cheap; but, Olympus E-P1 is a good choice if you have enough budget.
The wait is over for true enthusiasts of expressive photography, as Sony’s new 900 DSLR camera was launched on 18 Sep 2008 in Singapore at the landmark Mercedes-Benz Center. [Read more…]