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All the news from CES, Nikon D4S, Kodak Pixpro,Socialmatic, Sony A7R Review

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Tuesday 21 January 2014

Our team has returned from this year's CES in Vegas and has reported on many, many new cameras announced.

Highlights include the Nikon D4S (although we know very little about it), Kodak's Pixpro 'lens cameras' that have taken huge influence from Sony's QX series and Fujifilm's S1, the world's first ever weather resistant bridge camera.

Polaroid came out fighting this year, announcing firstly a range of bridge cameras, also the Socialmatic, a camera-printer-tablet for the Instagram crowd, and very sweet looking action cameras, showing that Polaroid is fighting for its survival in the digital switch over, and has come up with some interesting ideas.

There were of course numerous announcements from all the leading brands, all of which can be found in the news section of our website.

The Sony Alpha 7R is the first CSC to use a full frame sensor, but at a few extra hundreds of pounds compared to the Sony Alpha 7, is it worth the money? You can see what we make of it in its full review.

We also take a first look at the Nikon D3300, a new addition to Nikon's entry level DSLRs, but is it really that different from its predecessors? Find out here.

If you got a new camera for Christmas take a look at our 'Customise Your Camera' feature which will help guide you through the world of accessories and how to best look after your new kit.

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