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Fujifilm X-Pro1
Lytro Light Field Camera
Canon PowerShot G1 X
Leica V-Lux 3


Fujifilm X-Pro1

Fujifilm’s X-Pro1 introduces a new X lens mount, with three lenses available: an 18mm f2; 35mm f1.4; and a 60mm f2.4 (28mm, 50mm, and 90mm equivalents). Manual dials control the shutter speed and exposure compensation, and a novel colour filter array suppresses colour moiré, meaning an optical low-pass filter is no longer required. The hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder has an extra magnifier sliding into place when longer lenses are added, and an upgraded LCD offers wider viewing angles and less glare.
Price TBA


Lytro Light Field Camera

Take a picture, then focus and re-focus, anywhere in the image, anytime, after you’ve taken the picture. The Lytro captures the colour, intensity, and direction of all the light, so there is no need for auto-focus, no shutter lag, no unnecessary modes, dials, or settings, and no flash, because Lytro can handle many low-light settings. With 8x optical zoom and a constant f2 aperture, just point, zoom, and click. The only controls are the power button, shutter button, and zoom slider; other features are accessed on the glass touchscreen.
US$499 – 16GB / US$399 – 8GB


Canon PowerShot G1 X

Targeted towards those who already own a DSLR, but want something smaller and more portable without losing much quality, the 14.3MP shooter has a 1.5-inch (18.7mm x 14mm) sensor, native ISO range up to 12,800, aperture range from f2.8 to f16, and 4x optical zoom from 28-112mm. It’s powered by Canon’s new DIGIC 5 processor, which Canon says is its fastest yet. The G1 X has RAW support, a super sharp 922,000-dot, 3-inch LCD, and 1080p video recording at 24 frames per second.


Leica V-Lux 3

Boasting a 24x optical zoom lens, the V-Lux 3 offers exceptional image quality from the newly developed 12.1MP CMOS sensor – performing particularly well in low light and at high speeds. Its high-speed continuous shooting function (12 frames per second at full resolution, or 60 fps at a resolution of 3.5MP), make it one of the fastest burst-shooting cameras in its category. It also offers an extensive range of video options and exceptional quality comparable with premium-range camcorders.

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