Canon is rumored to replace both the 5D Mark III and the 6D DSLRs with a single unit and it is not the 5D Mark IV / 5D X. According to this source, the 6D Mark II will serve as a successor to these cameras, as the new unit will gain more features when compared to the original 6D and will reduce the need for a true 5D Mark III heir.
Nikon has issued another service advisory for the D750 DSLR. Industry watchers are well-aware of the camera’s shutter problems, causing it to display unnatural flares in photos. However, only an initial batch was supposed to be affected. Well, Nikon has confirmed that faulty DSLRs have been manufactured in a more extended period.
More and more rumors are hinting towards the imminent announcement of a successor to the 5D Mark III. The device is real and is on its way this April, most likely before the start of the National Association of Broadcasters Show 2016. Beside its launch date, sources have revealed details about its specs and retail name.
Canon is working on a new DSLR that will become a part of the EOS 5D line-up. The information is coming from trusted sources, who are claiming that the camera will be capable of recording 4K movies. While the details are scarce, we are being told that the device will be confirmed officially after the launch of the 1D X Mark II.
Well, it is finally here after a huge number of delays. We are talking, of course, about the Pentax K-1, the first Pentax-branded full-frame DSLR. It has been announced by Ricoh, the brand’s parent company, and it has been introduced along with a couple of zoom lenses that can cover a full-frame sensor.
The wait is finally over! Canon has just introduced the EOS 80D DSLR camera as a successor to the EOS 70D, the world’s first shooter with Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. The company’s new camera is here with an improved image sensor and a better autofocus system in order to provide a more compelling photographic experience.
Canon will announce a slew of products in the near future. Some of them have already started appearing on the web. These are the cases of the EOS 80D DSLR camera, the EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM zoom lens, and a power zoom adapter. Check out their photos, specs, and details in this article!
Canon is on the verge of announcing three new cameras. The rumor mill is reporting the fact that the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II, PowerShot SX720 HS, and EOS 80D will all be introduced in the neighboring future in anticipation of the CP+ 2016 event, which opens its doors to visitors towards the end of February.
After announcing the EOS 1D X Mark II, Canon is working on two new DSLRs. The company will reportedly introduce both the EOS Rebel SL2 and EOS 80D by the end of February 2016. The duo will also be present at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2016 and they will bear new sets of impressive specifications.
The moment all Canon fans have been waiting for has arrived. The Japan-based company has introduced the successor to the EOS 1D X in the body of the EOS 1D X Mark II. The manufacturer’s new flagship DSLR is here with a lot of novelties, including new sensor, autofocus technology, and a myriad of improvements.
After the unveiling of the Nikon D5 at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016, the rumor mill has decided to leak some details about what will become its main competitor. As a result, now we know for sure the Canon 1D X Mark II release date and price information, which are joined by some of its specifications. Here is what you must not miss!
It was about time Nikon replaced the D300S, its DX-format flagship DSLR. However, instead of the D400, the Nikon D500 has been announced at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016. The new model takes on Canon’s 7D Mark II with a slew of impressive features. Here’s everything you need to know about it!
The rumor mill is back with new information about the Nikon D5. The details are coming from a traveling photographer who was visiting a camera store. A functional unit of the DSLR was showcased in the store and the customer managed to grab some new Nikon D5 images before leaving. Here they are!
The rumor mill has begun leaking information about the Canon 1D X Mark II and 5D Mark IV DSLRs in a more frequent manner. This is a sign that the cameras are coming soon, just like the gossips are claiming. Here are some new details about both shooters, including some unexpected tidbits about the 5DS and 5DS R successors.
Here is what you have been waiting for a long time: the first Nikon D5 photos. The DSLR has appeared online in a series of leaked images that are revealing some unknown details about it. Moreover, the megapixel count of the sensor has been confirmed, too, along with some changes made to the button placement.