Following the recent rumors, the Fujifilm X-A3 entry-level mirrorless camera has been announced officially along with the Fujinon XF 23mm f/2 R WR wide-angle prime lens. Both products will be on-display at the Photokina 2016 event and they will be released on the market this fall.
The Canon 5D Mark IV saga is over now. The story has been dragged for so long that many people thought that this day will never come. Well, the DSLR is here and it is packing a lot of must-have features. Sitting beside it, there are two new L-series lenses, which will be released one month after the new 5D Mark IV.
Mirrorless camera fans can rest assured, as Canon will not abandon this market. Sources familiar with the matter are reporting that the EOS M5 is in the works and that it will replace the EOS M3. It is believed that the shooter will be revealed by the end of this year. Until that time comes, here is what we know about the EOS M5!
The recently-rumored Fujifilm X-A3 is definitely a reality, as trusted sources have leaked its specifications ahead of its unveiling. The entry-level mirrorless camera will be joined by a high-profile Fujinon XF 23mm f/2 R WR wide-angle prime lens and both will be present at Photokina 2016.
Do you enjoy sports? Well, you are in luck, as GoPro is working on a new generation of Hero cameras. The specs of the Hero 5 Black version have just been leaked on the web and there will be at least a couple of improvements compared to the current line-up. Find out more about the upcoming Hero 5 cameras right here!
This is the mother of all leaks! A detailed list of Canon 5D Mark IV specifications has appeared online. The list is also joined by a bunch of press photos of the DSLR, which is expected to become official within the next few weeks. Check out what you need to know about the upcoming EOS 5D-series DSLR!
It is that time of the year again! Official announcements are starting to pour in as we are approaching the biennial Photokina event. After introducing a 105mm lens in late July, Nikon follows up with the new D3400 DSLR and four new lenses. Here is what you must know about them!
Fujifilm is working on a new X-mount mirrorless camera. The manufacturer is expected to reveal the X-A3 in order to replace the X-A2 sometime in the near future. It will all happen within the next few weeks, as the device will definitely be shown off to the public at the Photokina 2016 event.
Nikon is getting really close to announcing a new DSLR. We are talking about the successor to the D3300, which, as some people say, should have been introduced months ago. Its name has been confirmed by a trusted source, too, so check out the latest details regarding the upcoming Nikon D3400!
The whole digital imaging world is anxiously waiting for Canon to reveal the 5D Mark IV DSLR. The new camera is expected sometime within the next weeks. Until then, sources are leaking information about it. Check out the latest tidbits about the upcoming EOS-series powerhouse!
Folks, it’s here! The latest weathersealed mirrorless camera from Fujifilm has been unveiled, as predicted. The new X-T2 MILC is the company’s first camera capable of recording videos at 4K resolution. It’s got plenty of other features and will be released in the third quarter of 2016. Check out everything about it in this article!
Fujifilm will announce a new weathersealed camera on July 7. Before the product launch event, insiders have leaked a bunch of photos and a detailed set of specifications. All of them are available on Camyx and we are inviting you to catch a glimpse of this camera before it becomes official!
The internet is filled with strange rumors about the Canon 6D Mark II. We know because we reported some of them. While there is a chance that even the craziest rumors will become true, it seems like we might need to forget everything we learned about this DSLR. Either way, here are the latest rumors concerning the EOS 6D Mark II!
Panasonic will be quite busy around Photokina 2016, the biggest event of its kind. The show begins this September and the Lumix LX200 compact will be there as a direct successor to the Lumix LX100. Moreover, it seems like the Lumix GH5 flagship camera will be announced at the event, too.
An interesting decision has been made by Nikon Japan. The company has decided to discontinue the D3300 DSLR in its home country, signalling its intention to launch a successor. Initially believed to be called D3400 and to come at Photokina 2016, it seems like the replacement will be named D3500 and will show up sooner rather than later.