Samsung NX400 release date could be set for February 2015

Samsung NX1 sensor

Samsung is allegedly working on a replacement for the NX300 series. The rumor believes that it known when this is bound to happen. According to a trusted source, the Samsung NX400 release date is set to take place sometime in February 2015, before the start of the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015.

Weathersealed Sony A7000 coming in 2015 with 4K video support

Sony NEX-7 replacement

Sony is allegedly developing the successor to the NEX-7. It will be called Sony A7000 and will be weathersealed. The mirrorless camera is said to employ a brand new APS-C-sized image sensor as well as the ability to record videos at 4K resolution. In addition, the company is preparing to launch two new E-mount lenses next year.

Canon EOS C100 Mark II announced with WiFi and Dual Pixel AF

Canon C100 Mark II

Following recent rumors and speculation, Canon has revealed the second-generation entry-level Cinema EOS camcorder. The Canon EOS C100 Mark II camera is now official with new features, such as built-in WiFi and standard Dual Pixel AF technology. The camcorder will be released by the end of the year for an affordable price.

Panono camera captures 108-megapixel spherical photos

Panono camera

Panono is one of the most interesting cameras that have ever come out of a crowd-funding platform. The device can be thrown in the air and its 36 built-in cameras will all capture a shot at the same time. The shots will be stitched together and create a single, spherical 108-megapixel photo. Panono will start shipping in spring 2015.

Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 lens patent spotted on the web

Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM

Several Canon patents have been unearthed by curious minds and some of them are really interesting. One of them is detailing a teleconverter that comes with a diffractive optics element. However, the most interesting one is a Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 lens patent that describes an optic with a built-in liquid element.

First photos of the Olympus Stylus 1 replacement leaked online

Olympus Stylus 1 successor

The Olympus Stylus 1 replacement is allegedly in the works, as the first photos of the premium compact camera have been leaked online. The shows have appeared on the web courtesy of a trusted source and they are hinting towards some minor design changes. The announcement event could take place by the end of October.

New Sony sensor captures color photos on moonless nights

Sony IMX224MQV

Sony has announced a new CMOS image sensor for the automotive industry. The new Sony sensor is a 1/3-inch-type and it captures color photos at 1.27-megapixel and in 0.005 lux lighting conditions, making it the world’s highest sensitivity sensor of its kind. The IMX224MQV sensor will enter mass production next year.

Sony 8K camera could be announced in early 2016

Sony A7S 4K camera

Sony is currently one of the most innovative companies in the digital imaging industry. The PlayStation maker has introduced a number of interesting products and it seems like another one is bound to be announced in 2016. Sources are reporting that a Sony 8K camera is in the works and will compete against the ARRI Alexa 65 camcorder.

Panasonic GH5 camera might record 4K at 60fps and 8K videos

Panasonic Lumix GH4

Panasonic may have recently launched the GH4 mirrorless camera, but this does not mean that the company is not considering the future of its Micro Four Thirds line-up. According to a company representative, the Panasonic GH5 could be capable of recording 4K videos at a 60fps frame rate as well as 8K videos.

Canon Cine 50-1000mm T5-8.9 lens announced with $78,000 price tag

Canon Cine-Servo 50-1000mm T5-8.9

Canon has officially unveiled a new lens with the longest zoom and focal length aimed at Super 35mm cameras. The Canon Cine 50-1000mm T5-8.9 lens comes packed with a built-in 1.5x extender as well as a removable Digital Drive. The company will release this ultra-telephoto zoom lens in early 2015 for a price of $78,000.

Fotodiox fixes wobbly E-mount lenses with “The Tough E-mount”

Fotodiox Tough E-mount

Fotodiox has announced a lens mount modification kit for the Sony E-mount cameras. The Tough E-mount consists of a single metal piece, whereas the regular mount is made out of two pieces, one made of metal and one made of plastic. Extended use of heavy lenses will cause wobbliness, but this issue will be fixed by the new Fotodiox lens mount.

New Kodak SP360 action cam captures 360-degree photos

Kodak PixPro SP360

The action camera industry is thriving, so many such products are getting released on the market. JK Imaging has just launched a new action cam, which has become the first of its kind to record 360-degree photos and videos. The device in question is the Kodak SP360, that also features a 16-megapixel sensor and built-in WiFi.

“Baby Blues” and “Under Pressure” photo projects by Guia Besana


Italian photographer Guia Besana is touching sensitive subjects with her photography. The artist has created the “Baby Blues” project, which depicts the struggles of a working mother. Furthermore, the “Under Pressure” photo series is detailing the pressures women are experiencing in today’s society.

Kristin and Kayla: Jason Lee’s daughters in a creative project


Have you ever wanted to capture creative photos of your children? Well, here is the perfect source of inspiration! Photographer Jason Lee is capturing playful photos of his two daughters, Kristin and Kayla. The two sisters are always up to something, but their father is always there to watch over them and to capture amazing photos!

AXIOM Beta: an open-source camera that records 4K RAW footage

AXIOM Beta open-source

Filmmakers are quite the demanding crowd. In order to make sure that all of their expectations are met, the AXIOM Beta camera has been created. This is an open-source device based on Linux OS and it can be pre-ordered right now. It captures uncompressed 4K RAW photos and it will be released in multiple versions.