This is usually a quiet period for the digital imaging world when it comes to official announcements. The end of the year is approaching, so everybody seems to be on vacation. However, it appears that Sony never sleeps, as the manufacturer has just introduced the Cyber-shot HX350 superzoom bridge camera.
There is no doubt that Panasonic loves videographers and they feeling is likely mutual. The company was among the first to support the 4K standard in consumer photography and now it is stepping up a notch by adding plenty of pro-grade video features in the Lumix FZ2500, a bridge camera announced at Photokina 2016.
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!
Sony has just introduced its latest superzoom camera designed for both photographers and videographers. The new Cyber-shot RX10 III is here with a 20.1-megapixel stacked sensor and a 25x optical zoom lens, which offers a full-frame equivalent of 24-600mm. This new shooter is also capable of capturing 4K movies and 14fps in burst mode.
Nikon’s latest superzoom cameras are officially here to provide an extensive list of features in compact and lightweight bodies. The Coolpix A900, B700, and B500 are all featuring extended zoom lenses and they will become available on the market this spring with affordable price tags.
Sony is preparing another big announcement in order to introduce a couple of new cameras. Both units will come with a fixed zoom lenses, so they will be aimed at travel photographers. Without further ado, here is everything we know about the Sony HX80 and HX350 ahead of their official announcement event that will occur soon!
The second camera of the day for Panasonic is the Lumix FZ300. This is a brand new bridge camera that employs an SLR-like design and weathersealing. The new Panasonic FZ300 is replacing the FZ200 and it has to offer a 24x f/2.8 zoom lens, a fast autofocus system, and 4K video recording among others to consumers.
Multiple trusted sources are claiming that Panasonic has scheduled a major product launch event for next week. Among the upcoming products, it is said that the Panasonic GX8 and FZ300 cameras will become official, while the 150mm f/2.8 super-telephoto prime lens will be unveiled for Micro Four Thirds fans, too.
Panasonic will allegedly hold a product launch event sometime by the end of this summer in order to reveal a new camera and a new lens. Before the said announcement, the rumor mill has leaked some of the Panasonic FZ300 specs along with the price details of the upcoming bridge-styled superzoom camera.
Panasonic is rumored to have scheduled a product launch event for July 2015. The company is expected to reveal at least a couple of new products, including a camera and a lens. According to the rumor mill, the products set to be unveiled next month are the Panasonic FZ300 bridge camera and the 150mm f/2.8 telephoto prime lens.
Sony has concluded its big press event with the introduction of another camera with a stacked CMOS sensor. The Sony RX10 II is here to replace the RX10 with a bunch of improvements that are aimed at competing against the Panasonic FZ1000. The bridge camera will become available soon with a 40x slow motion mode!
Panasonic is on the verge of announcing three new cameras. The rumor mill has already confirmed that the G7 and GX8 Micro Four Thirds cameras are coming. The two models have just been registered on Wi-Fi Alliance’s website, but an unknown model has also been mentioned alongside them: the Panasonic FZ300.
Sony is rumored to be working on a couple of fixed-lens compact cameras. According to the rumor mill, one of the devices will replace the HX60 / HX60V, which means that the Sony HX70 and HX70V are coming soon. The second model could replace the HX400 / HX400V, thus being released as the Sony HX500 and HX500V cameras.
Canon has just patented a lens with an extended zoom range of 100x. The rumor mill has chimed in the discussion, hinting that the optic could be designed for the PowerShot SX60 HS’ successor. As a result, the Canon PowerShot SX70 is now rumored to employ a 100x optical zoom lens, when it becomes available in 2015 or 2016.
After introducing the D7200 DSLR camera, Nikon has revealed the Coolpix P900 bridge camera. This new model comes with a staggering 83x optical zoom lens, which is one of the most extended lenses available in a camera. The Nikon Coolpix P900 shooter also features WiFi, NFC, and GPS, and will be released this April.