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!
Canon will hold a major product launch event in the near future in order to announce a bunch of cameras. Multiple sources are reporting that the PowerShot G9 X Mark II and SX70 HS compact cameras will be introduced along with multiple EOS Rebel DSLRs. Here is what we have learner so far!
Fujifilm is working on a new compact camera that will be added to the X100 line-up. It will be referred to as the X100F when it becomes official within the next few weeks. Plenty of gossip talks have this device as their main subject, so here are the most important details that we have gathered from them!
After introducing the A6500 mirrorless camera, Sony has revealed the RX100 V compact camera. It features the world’s fastest autofocusing system, world’s fastest continuous shooting mode, and world’s highest number of focus points in a compact camera. Check out the remainder of its specifications in this article!
Panasonic continues its press event with the introduction of the Lumix LX10 compact camera. The latest addition to the LX-series is the first to feature a 1-inch-type sensor. There plenty of other useful features available in the LX10, including WiFi and a touchscreen, but we will let you discover them inside the article.
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.
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.
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.
Sony will announce a new HX-series compact camera within a few months. Trusted sources have revealed the first specs of the HX90V successor. They are interesting and well-above the ones of the HX80, another pocketable compact camera which has been announced at the beginning of March 2016.
Panasonic is working on a successor to the LX100 compact camera with a Micro Four Thirds sensor. The new unit will be called LX200 and it will boast several improvements compared to its predecessor. Among them, the rumor mill says that users will find a bigger-megapixel sensor, higher ISO, and a built-in flash.
Sony has introduced a new camera that grabs the world’s smallest compact camera with a 30x optical zoom lens from the company’s HX90V shooter. The new unit is even tinier and it is called HX80. It offers built-in electronic viewfinder, 18.2-megapixel sensor, and tilting display among many other features.
Sony is the creator of one of the most popular compact camera series on the market. The RX1, RX10, and RX100 cameras have been welcomed by photographers and there is a strong chance that the company may put another format at users’ disposal. It is an RX-series medium format camera and it might be in development!
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.
Nikon has finally unveiled its premium compact camera line-up. The DL18-50, DL24-85, and DL24-500 cameras are official with a 20.8-megapixel 1-inch-type image sensor. They are covering focal lengths from wide-angle to super-telephoto. All shooters are coming this summer with 4K video recording and many other features.
Nikon will finally reveal its line-up of premium compact cameras that will compete against similar models from Canon and Sony. The company will drop the Coolpix branding from these shooters, which will be called DL24-85, DL18-50, and DL24-500. All three units will become official within a few days alongside four other compacts.