Digital Camera


Fujifilm X-T200 Camera
Fujifilm announced the X-T200, the latest addition to its X series of lightweight mirrorless digital cameras, and it’s definitely no slouch. Featuring a a 24.24MP APS-C sensor and a high-performance image processing engine that makes use of the unique color reproduction technology to recreate “memory colors” or colors as one remembers in one’s memory. It’s also the first Fujifilm camera to boast a Digital Gimbal Mode, which uses gyro sensors to accurately detect even the slightest of vibrations to control camera shakes during video recording.

Canon IVY REC Clippable Camera
Set for release later this month, priced at $129.99, the Canon IVY REC is a clippable, wearable camera that easily snaps onto a belt or bag. Plus, the clip doubles as a viewfinder, which means you won’t have to worry about accidentally cracking a screen should there be a tumble. With just one click, you’ll be able to capture both photos and videos directly to the Canon Mini Cam app. When paired with a compatible mobile device, you’ll be able to keep an eye on battery life, remaining image capacity, video recording resolution (720p or 1080p), and image size.

Sony RX100 VII
Looking for a pocket-sized camera with full-frame features? If so, then look no further than the Sony RX100 VII, which sports the fastest hybrid AF system on a 1″ fixed-lens camera to date, thanks to 357 phase-detection AF points (covering 68% of the image area) combined with 425 contrast-detection AF points and high-density AF Tracking Technology. That’s not all, “Single Burst Shooting” makes it possible to capture moments too fast for human eyes to see, or in other words, the ability to capture seven RAW and JPEG images up to 90 fps with the single press of the shutter button.