Between Canon and Nikon's inexpensive full-frame bodies and Sony's full-frame press of a compact, pro body and camcorder, there are going to be a lot of photographers and videographers lining up to sit on Santa's lap this holiday season.
But if you prefer something smaller, there's plenty of that for you, too, in the form of new enthusiast compact cameras from almost every manufacturer and updates to interchangeable-lens models. Plus Panasonic gave its video-friendly GH2 a complete overhaul for the GH3.
Here's a guide to our complete Photokina coverage. Just because.
- Canon sees D600, raises it by 6D
- Canon speeds, adds Wi-Fi up for PowerShot S110
- Canon finally puts a fast lens on its G series camera
- FWIW, Canon laps field with first 50x zoom
- Hasselblad reworks medium-format cameras with H5D
- Hasselblad aims for luxury camera market, not just pros
- Olympus tweaks its entry-level interchangeable-lens camera
- Olympus E-PL5 gets a grip
- Olympus primes its Micro Four Thirds lens selection
- Olympus goes BSI for XZ-2
- Pentax updates K-5 dSLR, offers AA-filter-free model
- Pentax revs Q series of tiny interchangeable-lens cameras
- Sony RX1 claims title to smallest full-frame camera
- Sony Alpha NEX-6 fills prosumer camera niche
- Sony's video-friendly A99 full-frame camera
- Sony NEX-VG900: First full-frame camcorder
- NEX-VG30 camcorder update is all about the add-ons