SanDisk, Nikon and Sony announced the joint development of a set of specifications that addresses the future requirements of professional photography and video markets those will need significantly larger files. The three companies proposed the specifications to the CompactFlashÂ® Association (CFA), the international standards organization, with the intent to standardize the format. The proposed specifications achieve data transfer rates of up to 500 megabytes per second (MB/sec) (theoretical maximum interface speed) using the highly versatile PCI Express interface.
PENTAX announced the colorful PENTAX K-r DSLR camera offering new features including a fast framerate, high ISO sensitivity, responsive autofocus, a 12.4 megapixel low-noise sensor and ...
Mentioned as the Canon 5D killer, the Nikon D700 is reported already available in the market. It supports GPS and priced at 900 Euros.
The D700â€™s 12.1-megapixel FX-format CMOS image sensor ...
Sony answers what you desired, yes as a gamer enthusiast you want a huge storage for your game files instead of deleting your old games to play the new one. ...
With the capability of shooting 1080p High Definition (HD) Video, the new 14.2-megapixel Nikon D3100 digital SLR camera features the enhanced Guide Mode that provides a simple graphical ...
The new Nikon D3X is mentioned to come with superb low-noise capabilities. This DSLR camera will be on sale this December with $8,000 price-tag. Other main features include 24.5-megapixel CMOS ...
PENTAX K-r Digital SLR Camera
Nikon D700 is Available Now
Sony 16GB Memory Stick Coming in March
Nikon D3X DSLR Camera for Professional