News Round Up: Nikon D600, Sony A99, RX1 etc, etc, etc.

What a busy week with Photokina happening, next week so lets jump straight in.


Following on the success of the X-Pro1, Fuji have announced the X-E1. It features the same, highly acclaimed 16.3mp APS-C X-Trans CMOS Sensor that is in the X-Pro1 but this time without the fancy, hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder. In fact the electronic only viewfinder in the new X-E1 is an OLED kind, with 2.36mp resolution which is very similar sounding to the one found in the Sony NEX-7. We are looking forward to testing this machine soon, particularly with the new 18-55mm f/2.8-4 standard zoom and 14mm f/2.8.

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A brief review of the Pentax K-r

My brother is 5 years younger than me and, since finishing matric not long ago, has been thinking about what he wants to study after high school. After much thought (and changing he’s mind countless times) he’s decided to follow in my foot steps and study photography and so asked me what I’d recommend for his first camera.

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“DSLR Moviemaking with Jasper Gray” on YouTube

Here is an interesting video from Pentax and Jasper Gray giving tips on ways to shoot video with a DSLR like the Pentax K5. At this point I would like to ask you to share with us in the comments if you would have us chat more about video with DSLR cameras or keep focusing … Read more“DSLR Moviemaking with Jasper Gray” on YouTube

New Contributor Says, “Greetings!”

View of Lake Union in Seattle, WA

Greetings to everyone!

I wanted to formally introduce myself as a new contributor to the PhotoComment community.

My name is Kathy Ann Bugajsky. I originally hail from Chicago, Illinois where I lived until I graduated college. I then moved to Los Angeles, California where I stayed for eleven years. As of 2008, I have been living in Seattle, Washington. I graduated from Columbia College in Chicago with a Bachelors degree in Film/Video and I am currently attending the Academy of Art University through their online classes in order to get my Masters of Fine Arts degree in Photography.

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