Michael Reichmann's site, The Luminous Landscape, produces a limited nhumber of camera reviews. Rather than the systematic reviews that you'll find on a site like DPReview, the reviews on The Luminous Landscape tend to focus on practical, photographer hands-on, field reviews. Nick Rains has written such a review of the Sony A900, the newest DSLR from Sony and, currently, the world's highest resolution 35mm format DSLR (24.6 MP).
Phil Askey has posted an in-depth review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1, the world's first 'Micro Four Thirds' system camera. This is a mirrorless SLR with a new high resolution electronic viewfinder. It is also the first production DSLR to use the "micro four-thirds" sensor format. This new camera offers the ease use of a compact camera with the lens interchangability and the ability to use professional accessories. Does this camera succeed? You'll need to read Phil's review on DPReview.
The Sony A200 is a budget, entry level DSLR from Sony. It offers some important improvements over Sony's first DSLR: the A100. The A200 is one of three replacements this year (each with different feature sets): the A200, the A300, and the A350. Improvements for the Sony A200 include a larger LCD, 10.2 MP sensor, new raw converter, ISO 3200, optional high ISO noise reduction, and RGB histograms.
Sony releases its first full frame DSLR: the Sony Alpha 900. Phil Askey has a comprehensive review of the camera.
Michael Reichmann wrote a review of the Sony A900 a few weeks ago. He was very impressed with the Sony A900. Well, it's three weeks later, he's run about 1000 frames though the camera, and so he's updated his review. He's also published an independent review by Bill Caufield-Browne.
Jon Canfield has written a detailed review of the new Intuos 4 tablets from Wacom.