In only a few hours Nikon is expected to announce its new D610 full frame DSLR. This shooter will feature only a couple of small improvements from its predecessor, the D600. We have a round-up of rumors of what to expect and not to expect from the announcement.
October 5 2013 is the day when tens of thousands of photographers from the entire world will go out in the streets with their cameras for fun and prizes in the annual event The Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk.
A couple of math professors propose in a paper published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics a new approach for image stitching. Their research is poised to improve panoramas, which are a hot topic in today’s photography world.
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Rumors say Sony will announce two new mirrorless cameras, the Sony NEX-FF and Sony NEX-APS-C is 16 October. One of them will be the first E-mount photographic camera to feature a full frame sensor and heat the competition with rivals from Canon and Nikon.
In a paper for SIGGRAPH 2013, a group of Canadian and German researches come with a set of algorithms to improve image quality for picture taken with simple lenses. This would allow for simplification in digital camera lenses construction, therefore a reduction in weight and price.
A Nikon patent application shows the design of a digital camera with interchangeable image sensor. By upgrading the sensor, the camera owner may make it last longer or transform it in a more powerful device. It would also allow for a wide variety of hardware combinations.
A first image of the upcoming K-3 DSLR from Pentax leaked online, sporting a similar look with the K-5 II. The leak seems to confirm the rumored specs: the camera will have an APS-C body. This shooter is expected to be announced on October 8 at the price of $1,299.99.
OPPO announced the N1, its new flagship smartphone with its main selling point being an innovative 13 megapixel camera which can be rotated up to 206 degrees and be used either as a back faced or front faced camera. Packed with many features, the phone will be available for purchase starting in December.
Image quality in mobile devices, smartphones and tablets, used to be less than stellar. Now this may change as Samsung announced ISOCELL, a new image sensor for mobile devices. The innovative technology promises better image quality in a smaller size and it will be found in devices launched in late 2013 or early 2014, maybe even in the upcoming Galaxy S5.