Panasonic will allegedly announce a new entry-level mirrorless camera with a Micro Four Thirds sensor in early 2015. It appears that the new device will be capable of recording videos at 4K resolution and that it will be revealed at CP+ 2015. Out of all possible options, the Panasonic GX8 is in pole-position to be unveiled soon.
The rumor mill is back with more information about Canon’s big-megapixel DSLR camera, which is allegedly coming to the market sometime by the end of 2015. It is believed that the Canon EOS 3D price will stand somewhere between the prices of the EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 1D X, and that it will not go above $4,000.
Sony is preparing to announce a new flagship E-mount mirrorless camera with an APS-C sensor at the beginning of 2015. According to trusted sources, the Sony A7000 announcement date is scheduled for next February, during the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015, which takes place in Japan in mid-February.
Trusted sources have been able to leak more Nikon D7200 details, revealing that the upcoming DSLR camera will come packed with built-in WiFi and a a tilting display on its back. The new information is mostly on par with previously-leaked specs, but there are some notable changes from what we used to know.
Sony is supplying sensors to lots of digital camera manufacturers, such as Nikon and Canon. Recently, the PowerShot G7 X compact camera has been revealed as featuring a sensor made by the PlayStation maker. The partnership could be extended as a future 46-megapixel Canon DSLR is rumored to employ a Sony sensor.
A Nikon lens patent for full frame mirrorless cameras has been leaked on the web. The patent is describing a 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 VR zoom lens designed for professional mirrorless cameras, which could mean that the company’s reps were really meaning it when they said that a Nikon professional FF MILC could become a reality.
It appears that Canon is indeed working on a fixed-lens camcorder capable of recording videos at 4K resolution. In anticipation of the purported launch event, insiders have leaked more Canon XC10 specs and details. It appears that the camcorder will join the market soon in order to compete against the Sony PXW-X70.
Panasonic GH4 does not have so many rivals, as the Micro Four Thirds camera can record 4K videos without the need of an external recorder. However, things could change soon, as a new Canon DSLR model is in the works and will be revealed at NAB Show 2015 with 4K recording as a direct competitor for the Lumix GH4.
Contrary to what the company has reported at Photokina 2014 and on other occasions, the Fujifilm XF 16-55mm f/2.8 R WR lens might come packed with built-in optical image stabilization technology after all. The confirmation is coming from the latest edition of the Fujifilm X Magazine, which says that the lens will have OIS.
Sony will allegedly reveal a professional mirrorless camera with a full frame sensor and support for E-mount lenses sometime in the first half of 2015. Before its official announcement, sources have managed to leak some details. As a result, the first set of Sony A9 specs are now available on the web!
Nikon is working on multiple new cameras, with a few of them scheduled to become official during the first weeks of next year. The rumor mill is claiming that the so-called Nikon D5500 will replace the D5300 at CES 2015. The upcoming DSLR camera will allegedly come packed with a swiveling LCD touchscreen.
This is what we have been and this is what we will become! Photographer Chris Luckhardt takes exploring to the next level with a set of amazing photos of abandoned schools. His haunting image project is called “Abandoned Schools” and it includes multiple locations abandoned throughout the US, Canada, and Japan.
People serving in the military are often forced to live a double life. It is hard to express your true self when in combat, so this is why we have to remember that soldiers are humans, too. Photographer Devin Mitchell is using his talents to pay a tribute to military members in a compelling photo series called “The Veteran Art Project”.
Photographers Alex Mendes and Hugo Catraio are capturing photos of strangers’ backs. The shots are then coupled with fictional stories about the subjects, which are representing conversations the authors never had with the subjects. The project is called “We Never Met” and it is an exciting street photography series.