It’s been a snappy week at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES)! We’re featuring Photojojo’s most noteworthy camera stories from CES—that means a round-up of the newest releases and fanciest features of the hottest new cameras.
The Polaroid Z340 and the SC1630 Smart Camera.
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.
The Fuji X-Pro1
It’s Fuji’s new mirrorless! What makes this one shine is its large 16MP sensor and the fact that it has an interchangeable lens mount (with 3 lens options) — something the X100 and X10 were missing.
The Powershot G1 X
Fanciest point-and-shoot ever? Yes.
At $800, it’ll cost you a pretty penny, but at least you’ll have a ginormous 14.3MP sensor to photograph that penny. That’s about as big as a DSLR’s sensor! The other rad thing about this camera is that its lens is f/2.8 to f/16 which means you can get some nice depth of field.
Nikon’s D4 DSLR
The D4 is indeed Nikon’s newest, and it’s an awesome beast of camera. A full-frame 16.2MP sensor and 204,800 ISO means you can capture photos in incredibly dim light. Plus, it’s equipped with a 3D Matrix Meter III, a really long name for its ability to measure light and color very precisely. It’s going for $6,000, but it’s as good as it gets when it comes to Nikon DSLRs.