Panasonic Outs A New Ultra-Compact System Camera

by Isaiah on September 17, 2014


Panasonic is bringing you their newest ultra-compact system camera namely the LUMIX DMC-GM5. Housed in a highly compact magnesium alloy body, this interchangeable lens camera packs a 16MP Digital Live MOS Sensor, a 3.0-inch 921k-dot LCD monitor, a 1,166k-dot electronic viewfinder, Panasonic’s Venus Engine image processor, an integrated external flash hotshoe for using external flash units, built-in WiFi connectivity and 1080p Full HD video capture at 60fps. The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GM5 is now available for pre-order via B&H Photo for $899 and comes bundled with a 12-32mm lens. [Product Page]

Polaroid Socialmatic

Once upon a time Intagram “borrowed” from Polaroid when they designed their logo. And now, as ironic as it may be, Polaroid is back with a new camera that looks almost exactly like Instagram’s logo. This is an interesting case of digital cannibalism to the next level.

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Nikon D750

There’s been quite a hype around Nikon’s latest full frame DSLR, and it’s exciting to find out that Nikon finally decided to officially announce it. The D750 will be the first full frame DSLR from Nikon with a tilt-screen. It will also be the first FX with built-in WiFi. The camera will retail for $2299 and will pack a lot of power – 24-megapixel full frame CMOS sensor, Expeed 4 image processor, light-sensitive 51-point autofocus, ISO range up to 12,800, better battery life, and a beautiful 3.2″ tilt-LCD. All that inside a now thinner body thanks to Nikon’s latest sophisticated internal component arrangements, and the carbon fiber trim makes it lighter too so this is a very attractive package.

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Hey you! Yeah, you know that summer trip that you spent all year planning? It didn’t exactly go as planned, now did it? So you either spent the entire time trying to capture all those lovely family moments, or you got so caught up in the trip, that it slipped your mind to even take photos or record videos. And now, what are you left with? Either meaningless pictures or absolutely no pictures at all to show your toddler when he / she grows up. Don’t worry- it happens to the best of us. But then again, ‘necessity is the mother invention’. So guess what? I’ve got good news for you and your family and friends. And thanks to what I’m about to tell you, you need not worry about cameras on trips any more.


The SJ4000 is basically a sport camera, but it functions beautifully for people who would love to capture every waking moment of the day. The SJ4000 records in full 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. Furthermore, it has a 170 degree wide-angle lens which can take into view pretty much half of what a panorama view would. And that, too, without you having to spin the camera around. Moreover, get this! The SJ4000 has a waterproof casing. So you can get those 12 megapixel worth of magic underwater as well. And now, to top that off, the SJ4000 also has a proprietary image stabilization software installed. Now that you know all this, what are you waiting for? Go get your SJ4000 now at for only $93.83.


Just imagine the countless number of places you could use this handy camera at. If you’re going on a scenic road trip, just use it as a dash cam, and turn it on. Or how about all you bikers? Just clip you SJ4000 onto the bike mount, and let it work its magic. Now, you can record your ever-so-marvelous biking trips in whichever weather you please. And, of course, whenever you go scuba-diving the next time, don’t forget your SJ4000. The IP68 waterproof case won’t let the water harm your camera. And since the camera doesn’t even weigh any more than a pound (if that), it won’t be a burden in any scenario either.


The SJ4000 captures videos at a remarkable HQ 1080 FHD which is complemented by the 1.5 inch High Resolution LCD screen itself. And if there’s something in the distance that you really want to capture, the 4x Digital Zoom will be at your service! And of course, who says gadgets don’t need to be stylish? The sports design of your SJ4000 will match your gear as if they were meant for each other. As for the casing, it is waterproof for up to 30m for capturing water action.


Moreover, you don’t have to be limited to only a single video format; the SJ4000 supports 1080P, 720P and WVGA. And it has multiple photo modes as well: single shot and snapper. And obviously, no one likes having their privacy invaded. So, with the SJ4000, you have video encryption enabled as well. And there are some even more features in store for you: you can record videos while the camera is charging, and get a crystal clear HDMI output and Motion Detection. What else? You can insert an SD card of up to 32GB, which is not included in the package. But here is what is included: waterproof case, helmet mount, bike mount and more!

Olympus Stylus TOUGH TG-3

Olympus’ latest ultra-rugged digital camera ‘Stylus TOUGH TG-3’ is now available for pre-order in the US via B&H Photo. This shockproof, crushproof, freezeproof, dustproof and waterproof camera retails for $349 and will begin shipping from the end of June. To refresh your memory, the Stylus TOUGH TG-3 sports a 16MP 1/2.3″ BSI CMOS sensor, a 4x optical zoom lens, a 3.0-inch 460K-dot LCD monitor, Olympus’ TruePic VII image processor, an SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot, GPS, e.Compass, WiFi and 1080p Full HD video recording at 60fps. [Product Page]


Chinavasion has just added another 1080p sports action camera ‘CVABO-DV104’ to its product page. This compact camera has a 5MP CMOS image sensor, a 130-degree wide-angle lens, a 4x digital zoom, four Infrared lamps, two LED lights for night use, a 2.0-inch touchscreen display, a microSD card slot (up to 64GB), a G-sensor, a micro-USB port, a rechargeable 800mAh li-ion battery and can capture both 1080p Full HD video at 25fps and up to 5MP digital still images. The CVABO-DV104 sells for $69.99 (transparent waterproof case included). [Product Page]

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