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Nikon admits 'locking up' issues with its D4 and D800 cameras.
Almost two weeks after formally acknowledging a problem with a certain batch of camera batteries, Nokia has confirmed that ‘a small number of D4/D800 users have been experiencing locking up issues, where the camera becomes unresponsive until the battery is removed and reinserted’.
The company addressed the issue in a recent statement posted by PDN. The statement included a temporary fix which suggests users to turn off the ‘Highlights’ and ‘RGB Histogram’ display option in the ‘Playback Display Option’ sub-menu to avoid the problem.Read the rest of the article »
Sony begins taking pre-orders of its most advanced Blu-ray player, the dual-core BDP-S790.
Sony on Sunday announced that it will soon start shipping ‘its most advanced Blu-ray player’ to date. The BDP-S790, one of the most anticipated devices of CES 2012, is Sony’s first of its kind dual-core Blu-ray player that is capable of “upscaling” videos to 4k resolution.Read the rest of the article »
Olympus' first retro-styled, mirrorless interchangeable lens camera ships worldwide.
Shortly after its first release in Japan, Olympus’ first OM-D Camera, the E-M5 is now available in the US, Canadian, UK and German market.
The E-M5 is the first in Olympus’ OM-D line. Inspired by the company’s OM-series film SLRs, The E-M5 is a mirrorless camera with Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens, 16-megapixel CMOS, a three- inch OLED touchscreen and 5-axis image stabilization system that is ‘designed to improve shake reduction’.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung is considering "an open camera operating system" and may unveil this year.
Engadget reports that the South Korean electronics giant, Samsung is considering an Android-based digital camera.
The technology blog on Wednesday reported that according to an unnamed source from the company’s research and development team, Samsung is ‘considering an open camera operating system’ which is likely to be on the Android platform.Read the rest of the article »
Fujifilm's new high end camera X-S1 comes to US with $800 price tag.
Nearly two months after it officially unveiled the X-S1, Fujifilm has announced that their new high-end camera will soon be available in the US market.
Fujifilm X-S1, the latest addition to the high-end ‘X-Series’ is dubbed as Fujifilm’s “premium, high performance DSLR-styled long zoom camera”. It looks more like the traditional DSLR and comes with a fixed 26x manual zoom lens that ranges from 24-624mm.Read the rest of the article »
Sony announced to the public their latest PS3 upgrade called 3.70 which includes automatic cloud saving, 3D photos, and TV channel.
Sony had put out a new PS3 update for the online and 3D users of the said console on Tuesday. The upgrade, which is called the 3.70 upgrade, turns on automatic cloud saving for those who have the PlayStation Plus accounts that is required for the service.
This upgrade will enable gamers to flag individual games for automatic uploads and guarantee that certain games’ saves are always available. Trophies are also updated on the same schedule.Read the rest of the article »
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