Ricoh has officially unveiled the Pentax KP camera on January 26, as expected. This is a weathersealed DSLR with impressive low-light capabilities, that is also capable of shooting super-high-resolution photos. It is a nifty camera that has plenty of tools to make it worthwhile. Find out more in our article!
Ricoh is actively preparing for the launch of the Pentax KP, a DSLR camera whose specifications, as well as images and release date details have just been leaked on the web. As expected, the device will be revealed in the near future, while its release date is closer than you might think. Check out the latest details about the KP on Camyx!
A lot of megapixel-hungry people are waiting for Nikon to launch a D810 replacement with a lot of pixels. Well, they might be in luck as unconfirmed reports are suggesting that the DSLR is coming soon. It will be called D850 and stores are preparing for its launch by no longer stocking the D810. Here are the details!
The CES 2017 event was not everything we had hoped, but the CP+ 2017 Show might be more exciting. For start, it could be the place where a new Pentax DSLR is announced. Ricoh has filed for the registration of KP, a DSLR that is believed to become official in mid to late February. Check out the full story in this article!
Videographers could be in for a treat in 2017, as Canon is apparently working on a successor to the EOS 1D C camera. This DSLR might record videos at 8K resolution in order to compete against the RED Weapon among others. For the time being, check out what we know about the Canon EOS 1D C Mark II in this article!
Nikon is making huge efforts to keep its plans a secret. Thankfully, the company must registers its products at regulatory agencies and this is how we know that a new DSLR is coming. The N1610 has just been registered in Indonesia and will likely show up in a press event in the near future. Here is what we know about Nikon’s plans for 2017!
Canon will not announce the EOS 6D Mark II by the end of 2016. This is what trusted sources have been reporting since the beginning of the year. Another top insider is now reporting the same thing, along with some specifications of the upcoming DSLR. Here is what we have learned so far about Canon 6D’s successor!
Canon is reportedly working on a DSLR camera to replace both the 5DS and 5DS R big-megapixel shooters. It seems like the name and release date details of the upcoming device have been confirmed by the rumor mill. Anyway, here is what we have learned about the DSLR so far!
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.
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!
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!
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!
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.