Following the recent rumors, Ricoh has just unveiled the Pentax K-70 DSLR and the HD Pentax-DA 55-300mm f/4.5-6.3 ED PLM WR RE lens. The camera and the zoom optic have had their specifications and prices confirmed, while the release date details will become official in the second half of this year.
People who needed more confirmation that the Canon 5D Mark IV is real and coming soon will be pleased to learn that the DSLR has been leaked on the web. The camera showed up on Levi Siver’s Instagram account, a famous windsurfer who filmed a feature for the company’s unannounced shooter.
Ricoh is on the verge of introducing a new Pentax-branded DSLR. People familiar with the matter have managed to leak the specifications of an unannounced Pentax K-70 camera. Judging by the amount of leaked details, the device will surely be unveiled soon. Here is what we know about it!
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.
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.
The rumor mill keeps on delivering information concerning the Canon 5D Mark IV. This makes us believe that the DSLR is finally approaching its launch. In 2016, there will be no more delays, therefore the camera is coming right before the Photokina 2016 event. Here are the EOS 5D Mark IV specs, which have just been leaked online!
Nikon will finally replace the entry-level D3300 DSLR camera with a DX-format image sensor by the end of 2016. The new device is coming this year, but it might not be be called D3400, as previously expected. It appears that the shooter will go on sale by the name of D3500 and with some interesting specifications.
Although there is plenty of time left until the start of Photokina 2016, we are already excited for the world’s biggest digital imaging trade fair. Meanwhile, reliable sources leaking important information about sought-after products, including the Canon 5D Mark IV. It seems like the upcoming DSLR will feature a brand new battery grip.
The gossip mill is once again focusing on the next-generation EOS 5D-series DSLR. All kind of sources are talking about the launch date and price details of the Canon 5D Mark IV. It seems like the camera will begin shipping within a month after the Photokina 2016 event for the same price as its predecessor.
Canon fans are expecting the 5D Mark III replacement to show up in April, as the rumor mill previously said. However, the company will actually introduce the DSLR a few weeks before the start of the Photokina 2016 event. Moreover, the final name of the camera has been established and it is not EOS 5D X.
We could not have gone too much without some Canon 5D Mark IV rumors. The DSLR is back into the gossip mill with the promise that it will be unveiled at the end of April. Sources have also confirmed some of the recently leaked details, while stating that the camera will have more videography features than the 1D X Mark II.
Nikon has already had a great start to 2016. However, the company is expected to continue like this through the summer and to end the year on a high. Multiple new DSLRs could be unveiled in the following months and one of them is the D3400, which will replace the entry-level D3300.
After being rumored in recent times, the Canon 1300D is now official. The new DSLR replaces the EOS 1200D / Rebel T5 with few improvements. The list includes must-have features in today’s world, such as WiFi, as well a surprising one: a Food Mode. Users will find this option on the mode dial when the camera becomes available this April.
Highly-reliable sources have recently revealed the specifications list of the Canon 1300D, an entry-level EOS-series DSLR camera that will be introduced in the near future. In addition to the specs, the sources have just decided to leak the first photos of the device, showing that the new model has not suffered many changed compared to its forerunner.
Canon will introduce a new low-end DSLR camera soon. The product that will become official is the EOS 1300D and it will replace the EOS 1200D, a model announced in February 2014. Before its official announcement, trusted sources have leaked its specifications in order to let everyone know what they can expect.