There is a new compact camera on its way and it will arrive here very soon. It is called Casio EXILIM EX-10 and should hit the higher-end shores of the compact market where it will compete against the Nikon P7800 and Canon G16 among many others. To do that, it brings a 1/1.7-inch sensor and a 28-112mm zoom lens to the table.
Archives for November 2013
The first quarter of 2014 will be a pretty packed timeframe for photographers. Multiple companies will release their line-ups and this includes the PlayStation maker. According to people familiar with the matter, new Sony A-mount cameras have been scheduled to become official early next year and one of them has a surprise in tow.
There is a new Canon 7D Mark II rumor circling around the web. There have been so many of this throughout the year that some people have lost track or grown accustomed with them, depending on situation. Either way, this novel information confirms that the DSLR camera will be announced and released during the first half of 2014.
The first weathersealed Fujifilm camera to support the X-mount interchangeable lens system is rumored to be officially unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014. The event takes places in January and it is said to bring the new Fuji shooter with it. This camera will allegedly feature dual SD card slots and an intriguing design.
The latest teaser campaign by Canon has not been hinting at the launch of the EOS M replacement. The mirrorless camera is not coming this year, says a new Canon EOS M2 rumor. In fact, the device will be released in early 2014, just like a previous source has been claiming for a long time, while the teaser depicts a white 100D model.
People familiar with the matter are reporting that Canon has been forced to delay multiple optics due to manufacturing issues and costs, but good things come to those who wait. According to inside sources, eight new Canon lenses will be introduced in 2014, with the list including some “high-end glass” among others.
It’s that time of the year again! Adobe has released a slew of updates for its programs, including Lightroom. The company has confirmed that the Lightroom 5.3 RC, Camera RAW 8.3 RC, and DNG Converter 8.3 RC are now available for download with bug fixes, support for multiple new cameras and lens profiles, respectively.
They say that beauty is in each and everyone of us. They also say that it is in the eyes of the beholder. Benoit Courti thrives under this supposition and creates amazing black and white portrait photos of situations that may seem meaningless to the most of us, which is proof of his artistic skillfulness.
Humans are a curious species and we will always look to go on exciting adventures. It is in our nature and some will do whatever it takes to get the adrenaline pumping in their system. Photographer Tom Ryaboi climbs on top of skyscrapers and captures photos of himself and his friends performing dangerous stunts.
The Canon EOS M2 has been mentioned in a recent DPP software update. This camera was supposed to be launched this summer, but, for some reason, the company had decided to delay it. The rumor mill has recently pointed to a November event and this fact is now backed up by a new teaser posted by Canon Korea.
The ability to record videos at 4K Ultra HD resolution is as prohibitive as it used to be. Additionally, TV makers are launching affordable HDTVs capable of displaying footage at this resolution, so all that we need is affordable memory types. The SD Association is working on this and has launched a new SD card format.
The rumor mill is once again targeting Fujifilm and the company’s future plans regarding its X-mount line-up. Beside the weathersealed camera positioned between the X-Pro1 and X-E2, the Fujifilm XF 10-24mm f/4 and XF 56mm f/1.2 lenses are believed to be officially introduced sometime within the next couple of months.
It has been rumored and teased recently, but now it is finally official: it is the Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 telephoto lens. The Japanese company has unveiled a powerful optic for full frame and APS-C cameras from Canon, Nikon, and Sony that will become available soon with impressive features, including Vibration Compensation.
The second lens announcement of the day comes from Ricoh again. After introducing the HD DA 20-40mm WD Limited for K-mount cameras, the Pentax 08 Wide Zoom Lens is now official for Q-mount ILCs, including the Q7. It has become the smallest and lightest ultra wide-angle lens in the world and it should be released next month.
Pentax photographers have asked them and now they have received them both, expect that they have been combined into one: behold the first zoom and weathersealed lens of the “Limited” series. It is called HD Pentax DA 20-40mm f/2.8-4 ED Limited DC WR and Ricoh says that it is coming soon to a store near you for a fair price.