Olympus has taken the wraps off of two new compact cameras. However, it has done so only in Japan. Either way, the novelties are the Stylus Tough TG-870 and the Stylus SH-3. Both come packed with similar sensors and six new Art Filters, while the latter model will also interest videographers, thanks to 4K video recording.
Zeiss is planning to launch a follow-up to its Batis-series of lenses designed for Sony FE-mount mirrorless cameras. A highly-reliable insider is claiming that the Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8 wide-angle prime lens will become official within the next few months, while stating that we may see another Batis optic sometime by the end of 2016.
Sources within the rumor mill are reporting that Fujifilm is working on a telephoto lens with a fixed focal length and a bright maximum aperture. The product brought into discussion is the Fujifilm XF 200mm f/2 lens, which has been briefly mentioned in the past. Here is what we know about this super-telephoto prime lens!
After announcing the EOS 1D X Mark II, Canon is working on two new DSLRs. The company will reportedly introduce both the EOS Rebel SL2 and EOS 80D by the end of February 2016. The duo will also be present at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2016 and they will bear new sets of impressive specifications.
The moment all Canon fans have been waiting for has arrived. The Japan-based company has introduced the successor to the EOS 1D X in the body of the EOS 1D X Mark II. The manufacturer’s new flagship DSLR is here with a lot of novelties, including new sensor, autofocus technology, and a myriad of improvements.
Mirrorless camera sales are doing well, mostly thanks to Sony and its A7-series. However, there is one company which allegedly believes that it will take them to the next level. The company in question is Canon, which will purportedly “surprise a lot of people” with one of its mirrorless cameras coming in 2016.
After the unveiling of the Nikon D5 at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016, the rumor mill has decided to leak some details about what will become its main competitor. As a result, now we know for sure the Canon 1D X Mark II release date and price information, which are joined by some of its specifications. Here is what you must not miss!
It was about time Nikon replaced the D300S, its DX-format flagship DSLR. However, instead of the D400, the Nikon D500 has been announced at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016. The new model takes on Canon’s 7D Mark II with a slew of impressive features. Here’s everything you need to know about it!
Nikon is preparing to launch a couple of compact cameras in the near future. We know this because their manuals have just been posted on the web by the Japanese company itself. They are called Nikon Coolpix A10 and A100, while their product launch event might take place at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show 2016.
Sony is expected to hold a product launch event at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016. The PlayStation maker will livestream its conference on January 5. According to the rumor mill, the company will reveal an action camera called AS50, whose specifications and photo have just appeared on the web.
Canon has recently found itself in a patent spree, as multiple optics have been patented in its country of birth. The latest product to receive this treatment is the Canon EF-M 600mm f/5.6 DO IS lens, which has been developed for the company’s EOS M mirrorless cameras with APS-C-sized image sensors.
The rumor mill is back with new information about the Nikon D5. The details are coming from a traveling photographer who was visiting a camera store. A functional unit of the DSLR was showcased in the store and the customer managed to grab some new Nikon D5 images before leaving. Here they are!
The rumor mill has begun leaking information about the Canon 1D X Mark II and 5D Mark IV DSLRs in a more frequent manner. This is a sign that the cameras are coming soon, just like the gossips are claiming. Here are some new details about both shooters, including some unexpected tidbits about the 5DS and 5DS R successors.
Sigma has just launched another first-in-the-world product. The Japanese company continues its tradition with the Sigma Water Repellent Ceramic Protector, a protective lens filter made of Clear Glass Ceramic. It is the first time the material has been used in a lens filter and it delivers 10 times the strength of conventional filters.
Olympus is working on a new PEN-series mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. The product is most likely in development, as its name has just been registered on Taiwan’s NCC website. It is called Olympus PEN-F and it will become a tribute to the original PEN-F SLR camera, released back in the 1960s.