Samsung Galaxy NX camera preview

    | Compact Cameras, Reviews | 21/06/2013 10:28am
    Samsung Galaxy NX camera preview

    Our testing team takes a look at the Samsung Galaxy NX features and what it offers photographers in their preview of this new Samsung Android camera.

    Win a Samsung Galaxy Camera just by saying hello to us at Focus On Imaging!

    | Inspire | 28/02/2013 11:40am
    Come to our stand at Future Publishing and you could be in with a chance of winning a Samsung Galaxy Camera.

    Come to our stand at Future Publishing and you could be in with a chance of winning a Samsung Galaxy Camera.

    Samsung announces Wi-Fi-enabled EX2F with f/1.4 lens

    | News | 03/07/2012 17:05pm
    Samsung EX2F with Wi-Fi capability unveiled

    Samsung has unveiled the 12Mp EX2F which follows on from the EX1, adding Wi-Fi capability to allow image sharing direct from the camera.

    The other big news is that the EX2F has an even bigger maximum aperture than the EX1, pushing up to f/1.4 from f/1.8. This means it has the largest aperture of any compact camera currently available.

    DO or Di? Your lens markings explained

    | Photography Tips | 02/04/2012 13:58pm
    DO or Di? All your lens markings explained

    Does your lens has more letters after its name than a retired rocket scientist. What do all these lens markings mean? You can refer to a lens simply by the name of the manufacturer, the focal length, and its maximum aperture – a Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6, say, or Canon 50mm f/1.4. But as lenses have often evolved from decades of development, they usually have a line of additional letters after their names, stamped on the barrel or printed on the boxes.

    Some lens markings are about manufacturer branding – defining a more recent range, or a lens that’s built to higher standards than another. Others are to do with the optics themselves, and to highlight specific technologies used in the lens construction. In the jargon-busting guide below, we’ll translate these lens markings for you.

    Samsung NX10 Review

    | Reviews | 28/04/2010 16:13pm

    Samsung NX10 Overview

    We’ve had Live View, and we’ve had HD movie modes, but now hybrid or EVIL (Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens) cameras have become the next big t