Best cameras at CES 2012
We’ve seen quite a selection of new cameras here at CES 2012 and here we bring you our top picks. From a brand new system camera from Fujifilm, to a high-end DSLR from Nikon, right the way through to a model with built-in wi-fi from Samsung. Let us know which is your favourite in the comments section below.
1) Canon PowerShot G1X
The latest camera to join the popular Canon G-Series this camera promises the photo quality you would expect from a DSLR from the body of a compact camera. A host of manual controls and a larger sensor than earlier models in the range makes this one to beat.
Watch our Canon PowerShot G1X first look video to see it in action.
2) Nikon D4
Costing not much short of £5000 for the body alone, this is likely to be a choice for professional photographers only. It supports iPhone and iPad connectivity through a pre-loaded app so you can plug in an Apple device, and view pictures on the larger screen as well as control a number of settings.
Watch our Nikon D4 first look video from the show floor.
3) Fujifilm X Pro 1
This retro styled interchangeable lens system camera is based around the same design as the X100. And similarly, it offers a hybrid viewfinder that can either function as an optical viewfinder or as an electronic viewfinder. Fujifilm claims the 16Mp CMOS sensor offers ‘optimum image clarity’.
Watch our Fujifilm X Pro 1 first look video for more details.
There’s built-in wi-fi so you can email photos directly from the camera or upload them to Facebook without connecting to a computer. As a camera it offers a full range manual controls, including a full manual mode where you can select aperture and shutter speed settings.
Watch our Samsung WB150 first look video to see this camera in action.
5) Sony Bloggie Live
Okay, so this one’s not strictly a camera but you can use this camcorder to take still photos, and the built-in wi-fi means like the WB150 you can upload them straight to the web. It can capture 12.8Mp photos but only has a 8GB internal memory – it can’t accept further memory cards. But what makes this gadget interesting is that it can stream what you shoot live online and record in high-quality to the memory simultaneously.
Watch our Sony Bloggie first look video for full details.
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