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We’re at CES this week!
That stands for Consumer Electronics Show, a convention of the latest in gadgets of all kinds, but best of all: cameras.
You’ll find booths for everything from Hello Kitty to Nikon, Fuji, and Polaroid.
Because all the sensor sizes, f-stops and long-winded terminology* start to melt into a foggy photo haze, we rounded up and broke down the most noteworthy camera stories from CES!
*mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras, anyone?
p.s. Our pals at the New York Institute of Photography want to help you become the best photographer ever. You can take their classes on your own time from just about anywhere!
Like many Polaroid fans, we weren’t sure how to feel about the shift from analog to digital.
Polaroid must’ve read our minds because they’ve kicked the look of their Z340 back a couple of decades, and we like it.
Tamaggo’s 360 Camera
NOTE: The puppy was not shot with an ELPH, yet provides adorable illustration for the sleep detection feature. Thanks to Desmorider.
GoPro Gone Wireless
This wrist remote is straight out of Miami Vice. Or Knight Rider.
Besides cuffing your wrist with gadgety badassery, it lets you control your GoPro when it’s mounted to not so easy to reach places. Say, on top of your head or in a shark cage, for example.
Oh and BTW, you can control 50 GoPros at once with a single remote.
A maniacal laugh would go really well with all that photo power.
The photo doesn’t do them justice. See some nice shots of the two on the floor.
Fuji’s Interchangeable Lens Camera
We’re most excited about the new X-Pro1.
UPDATE: Fuji’s released sample photos shot with the X-Pro 1.
BONUS THING TO LOOK AT: Corey Rich traveled to Mexico, California and Utah to shoot this gorgeous film with the D4. We’re green with jelly.
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Published on January 12, 2012 — See more Guides
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