Ricoh has officially unveiled the Pentax KP camera on January 26, as expected. This is a weathersealed DSLR with impressive low-light capabilities, that is also capable of shooting super-high-resolution photos. It is a nifty camera that has plenty of tools to make it worthwhile. Find out more in our article!
Archives for January 2017
Ricoh is actively preparing for the launch of the Pentax KP, a DSLR camera whose specifications, as well as images and release date details have just been leaked on the web. As expected, the device will be revealed in the near future, while its release date is closer than you might think. Check out the latest details about the KP on Camyx!
A lot of megapixel-hungry people are waiting for Nikon to launch a D810 replacement with a lot of pixels. Well, they might be in luck as unconfirmed reports are suggesting that the DSLR is coming soon. It will be called D850 and stores are preparing for its launch by no longer stocking the D810. Here are the details!
Fujifilm held a press event on January 19 in order to announce the GFX 50S mirrorless camera with a medium format sensor. The device will be released next month alongside three new G-mount lenses. As said at the Photokina 2016 event, the camera features a 51.4-megapixel sensor and even more lenses will become available by the end of 2017.
The CES 2017 event was not everything we had hoped, but the CP+ 2017 Show might be more exciting. For start, it could be the place where a new Pentax DSLR is announced. Ricoh has filed for the registration of KP, a DSLR that is believed to become official in mid to late February. Check out the full story in this article!
Nikon will celebrate 100 years of existence in July 2017. This important occasion must be marked with a special announcement. By the looks of it, the Df2 DSLR is the chosen one and will replace the Df this summer. A Japanese magazine has leaked some details about the product and it seems like the Df2 will be based on the D750.
Fujifilm will continue the tradition of launching cheaper versions of its more expensive cameras on January 19. The X-T10 was a more affordable version of the X-T1. Now that the X-T2 has been around for a while, it is the perfect time for an X-T20 camera, which will become official soon. Here is what we know about it!
Fujifilm has not been so active at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Either way, an actual novelty, besides new colors for the X-Pro2 and X-T2 mirrorless cameras, is FinePix XP120. This is a weatherproof fixed-lens camera that is compact, lightweight, and, even better, affordable. Check it out in this article!
It is that time of the year again: the Consumer Electronics Show has begun and digital camera makers have joined the event in order to show off their latest products. We are starting with Panasonic, as the company has just introduced the world’s first mirrorless camera that supports 4K 60p/50p videos.