New Canon 5D Mark IV rumors have showed up on the web. Once again, sources are reporting the fact that the company may split the 5D-series even more, as the 5D Mark III replacement could consist of two models. Even though there will be only one 5D Mark IV, the DSLR will have a sensor with more megapixels than the 1D X Mark II.
After testing multiple prototypes of the next-generation flagship EOS DSLR, Canon seems to have finally taken a decision regarding its features. Top sources have revealed tidbits regarding this product, so now we can show you the first reliable Canon 1D X Mark II specs list, which includes important information.
Panasonic is actively developing its new Micro Four Thirds camera. The lucky one consists of the Panasonic Lumix GM7, a mirrorless shooter designed to replace the GM5. When it becomes official, the upcoming device is expected to come with many improvements, including 4K video recording capabilities, sources have revealed.
After introducing the A68 A-mount camera at the beginning of November 2015, Sony is preparing to launch another shooter by the end of this month. Multiple sources are reporting that the Sony A6100 will become official soon, while leaking some of its specifications, including the megapixel count of its sensor.
The next Panasonic mirrorless camera to be unveiled will not be the Lumix GH5, although it is said to be scheduled for a spring 2016 launch. According to highly-trusted sources, the lower-end Panasonic GM7 is poised to become the company’s next Micro Four Thirds camera and it will do so before the higher-end Lumix GH5.
Sony will allegedly hold an announcement related to the A-mount. According to a top source, the Sony A68 camera will replace the A65 towards the beginning of November 2015. Some specs and price details of the shooter have showed up online, too, and they appear to be plausible, so A-mount users could finally get some good news.
Fujifilm will hold a product launch event in the near future in order to officially reveal a couple of products which have been in development for a while. The products in question are the XF 35mm f/2 R WR prime lens and XF 1.4x TC WR teleconverter and their photos as well as specs have just been leaked on the web.
Photographers are in for a treat as Sigma has officially unveiled a new lens. The Sigma 20mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens has become official as the world’s first wide-angle prime with a 20mm focal length and a maximum aperture of f/1.4. Here is everything you need to know about this upcoming wide-angle prime optic!
Sony is at it again! It seems like the company cannot stop itself and is on a quest that consists of constantly amazing digital imaging fans. The latest device that constitutes a world premiere is the Sony RX1R II compact camera which, among others, features the first variable optical low-pass filter in the world.
Canon has held a major announcement event in order to reveal not one, but four new products. The list includes the Canon EOS M10 mirrorless camera, the EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM zoom lens, and the PowerShot G5 X and G9 X compacts. Here is what you can expect from them when they become available this November!
Canon will hold a major product launch event in order to announce multiple products. Recently, we learned that the EOS M10 camera and 15-45mm lens will become official. You can add two more devices to the list, as the Canon G5 X and G9 X premium compacts have been leaked and they will be unveiled by the end of this month!
Canon will finally make another announcement related to its mirrorless division. The rumor mill has leaked a photo and some specs of two upcoming EF-M-mount products. These products are the Canon EOS M10 camera and the EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens, which are scheduled to become official soon.
Zeiss is preparing for a major product launch event in mid-October 2015. The Germany-based lens maker will reveal a couple of new optics between October 12 and 16, according to a trusted source. The upcoming products are the already-rumored Zeiss Loxia 21mm f/2.8 and Otus 28mm f/1.4 wide-angle prime lenses.
Canon is allegedly working on a prime lens with a 58mm focal length and a maximum aperture of f/1.4. The rumors are inspired by a patent application for a Canon 58mm f/1.4 lens, which has been leaked in Japan. If it becomes a reality, then it will take on Nikon’s AF-S Nikkor 58mm f/1.4G lens, introduced in October 2013.
It seems like Canon will not introduce a successor to the 5D Mark III in the near future after all. The latest rumors are stating that the Canon 5D Mark IV DSLR camera will become official ahead of the NAB Show 2016, but not before the end of 2015. As things stand, the DSLR will be unveiled in March 2016. Here’s what we know about it!