It will be an interesting summer for people who enjoy rumors. This is natural because Photokina 2016 is coming, so we will see the best of the best at the world’s largest digital imaging event. A big surprise for photographers could be the Nikon D820 / D900, which will feature a big-megapixel sensor with 4K video recording capabilities.
Here it is folks! The action camera from Olympus which was leaked recently is actually the long-rumored Stylus TG-Tracker. More images have showed up on the web along with plenty of specifications, which include the ability to record videos at 4K resolution. Find out everything about the action cam in this article!
We are preparing for a busy summer regarding camera and lens rumors, albeit a quiet one in terms of official announcements. Photokina 2016 is on its way and one DSLR that will likely show up at this event is Pentax K-70, which has been registered by Ricoh on the website of South Korea’s Radio Research Agency.
Fujifilm will launch another compact and lightweight prime lens with a maximum aperture of f/2 this year. The XF 35mm version will be joined by an XF 23mm wide-angle optic in 2016. The upcoming lens will also be weathersealed, like the 35mm version, and will become official around the Photokina 2016 event.
The Fujifilm X100T replacement is back in the rumor mill. A trusted insider has revealed some information about its lens. Although it was previously rumored that the camera will have a wider lens, courtesy of a different source, it seems like the information was inaccurate, as the new compact camera will have a 23mm lens.
Olympus is actively working on a new macro prime lens, a reliable source has revealed. The Japan-based company will reveal this product by the end of 2016. It is said to consist of a 30mm prime, thus will offer a 60mm equivalent. We are also using this opportunity to talk about the E-M1 Mark II, so here’s what we know!
This announcement really came out of nowhere! LG has just announced world’s first LTE-powered camera, which will be capable of live streams videos on YouTube Live. The device is a fully-featured action camera, with support for WiFi, 4K video recording, slow-motion movie capturing, and many other tools.
Canon is aiming to deliver more creative tools to EOS photographers by introducing the new Speedlite 600EX II-RT flash gun. This product becomes the flagship Speedlite flash in Canon’s line-up and it is expected to drop in stores near you at the beginning of this summer, more specifically in June 2016.
Canon has introduced its first macro lens for EOS M mirrorless cameras. The new EF-M 28mm f/3.5 Macro IS STM prime lens is also the first optic to feature a built-in dual-LED lighting system in order to illuminate one’s subjects and freeze their movement. Find out everything about this lens right here on Camyx!
Canon has introduced a new superzoom compact camera. It is not the long-rumored 100x zoom unit, but it features a respectable 25x optical zoom lens. The new PowerShot SX620 HS is a minor evolution of the PowerShot SX610 HS, which was revealed at the 2015 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Olympus will reveal that rumored action camera in the near future. Its photo has just been leaked online and it will indeed be a Tough-series device. The sturdy camera might be the rumored Stylus TG-Tracker and it will become official by the end of this month with a set of exciting features for people who love sports.
Nikon has reportedly patented a 100x optical zoom lens created for compact cameras with 1/2.3-inch-type sensors. The optic has most likely been developed for the replacement to the Coolpix P900, one of the most impressive fixed-lens cameras of recent times. Check out what we know so far about the lens!
Canon is preparing to make an announcement within the next few days. The second week of May 2016 will bring a new EF-M-mount lens in the body of the EF-M 28mm f/3.5 IS STM macro, whose name has just been registered on the website of a Russian agency, called Novocert.
It is well-known that Sony supplied the 100-megapixel sensor available in the Hasselblad H6D-100c. However, it appears that the PlayStation maker is disappointed by Hasselblad’s flagship shooter, so it decided to make its own, albeit differently because it will be a mirrorless shooter.
Samyang has its fair share of fans in the digital imaging sector, who have had one huge demand: autofocus support. Well, the South Korean company has finally met this demand, courtesy of the 14mm f/2.8 ED AS IF UMC and 50mm f/1.4 AS IF UMC. These primes are the manufacturer’s first lenses with AF technology!