The Verge is live at CP+ 2012, Japan's giant "camera and photo imaging show." We're digging up all the latest and greatest shooters, DSLRs, and more. Catch all of what's new in photography right here.
We got a look at Sigma's DP2 Merrill fixed focal length compact. The new camera features a 15.3-megapixel Foveon X3 sensor and a fixed-length 30mm (45mm equivalent) f2.8 lens.
Hands-on impressions and sample shots from the Kenko Tokina 400mm f/8 mirror lens for Sony NEX and Micro Four Thirds cameras.
Hands-on video impressions of Canon's ELPH 530 and CameraWindow app, which lets users transfer photos wirelessly between camera and iOS device.
Hands-on impressions and video of Sony's 500mm f/4 G SSM telephoto lens.
Ricoh is showing off its first zoom module for its GXR platform with an APS-C-sized sensor. The A16 shoots 16-megapixel RAW images, and takes 720P video.
Pentax brought a limited-edition silver Pentax Q to CP+, along with some new lenses and a prototype K mount adapter.
Pentax is releasing an updated version of its ruggedized Optio WG series cameras, the WG-II. The camera will be with and without a GPS module.
Hands-on impressions of the Olympus TG-820 iHS rugged compact camera, which has a high resolution 1,030,000-pixel LCD.
Sony has announced its plans for new NEX lenses in 2012-13, with eight to be released in all.
Hands-on impressions of the Pentax K-01 mirrorless camera, from CP+ 2012 in Yokohama, Japan. The camera uses the same K-mount lenses as Pentax's DSLR line, and has an APS-C sensor.
We got to test out Olympus' new OM-D E-M5, the first in the company's new line of Micro Four Thirds cameras.
Olympus has finally unveiled its OM-D E-M5 Micro Four Thirds camera. It features a 1.44-megapixel electronic viewfinder, a 16.1-megapixel sensor, and a film SLR-inspired design.
Nikon D800 full-frame DSLR official: 36.3 megapixels, video-friendly features for $2,999.95 in March
After months of rumors, Nikon formally announced the D800, a new full-frame DSLR designed for video professionals and shooters.
For full-frame DSLR enthusiasts who can't quite afford the almighty D4, Nikon is introducing the 36-megapixel D800 and D800E.