Berlin's annual IFA consumer electronics show is one of the world's biggest and we've been scouring the show floor for the latest technology and gadgets. Despite the sheer vastness of stuff throbbing for our attention, several clear themes emerged from this year's Teutonic technology trade fair.
Focus on Imaging is one of Britain's biggest photography shows, occupying a substanial chunk of the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. The show allows members of the public to try out some of the latest imaging kit.
We've picked out the cameras and printers on show. Computeractive publisher Marc Hartog presented the awards and posed for some photos, which you can see below.
Samsung's Multiview camera is designed for people who don't just want to take the standard viewfinder snap.
The rear screen flips up so the user can view image composition when not directly behind the camera, such as when holding the camera up in the air to take a photo over a crowd.
We dropped by the Samsung stand at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin last week for a quick look - and remembered to take the camcorder. One of Samsung's product managers gives a demonstration.
This year I've seen various companies having a crack at 3D and I'm yet to be convinced. 3D TV remains little more than an irritating gimmick, 3D cinema often spoils films and 3D gaming has been so unpopular it has sent developers scurrying for cover. A couple of weeks ago I came across a piece of technology from the 1950s that does 3D rather well...
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