Fujifilm held a press event on January 19 in order to announce the GFX 50S mirrorless camera with a medium format sensor. The device will be released next month alongside three new G-mount lenses. As said at the Photokina 2016 event, the camera features a 51.4-megapixel sensor and even more lenses will become available by the end of 2017.
We can finally set aside the doubts that Fujifilm is working on a medium format camera. The device is real, is digital, and is coming to a store near you in early 2017. Fujifilm GFX 50S is its name and it has been confirmed at the Photokina 2016 event along with six G-mount medium format lenses.
It is well-known that Sony supplied the 100-megapixel sensor available in the Hasselblad H6D-100c. However, it appears that the PlayStation maker is disappointed by Hasselblad’s flagship shooter, so it decided to make its own, albeit differently because it will be a mirrorless shooter.
It was rumored to be announced on April 15, but it was revealed soon. We are talking, of course, about the Hasselblad H6D-100c, a new medium format camera that features an impressive 100-megapixel image sensor. The shooter is joined by a 50-megapixel version, called H6D-100c, and both are coming this summer.
Hasselblad will hold a press event on April 15. The special show will take place in Berlin, Germany, and, beside a couple of photo shoots, the Swedish company will also reveal a new medium format camera. The device will feature a 100-megapixel sensor made by Sony and will be called Hasselblad H6D.
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!
The medium format rumors have returned! Fujifilm is once again in the spotlight, as the Japanese company is allegedly developing an interchangeable lens camera with a medium format sensor. A source has also revealed who will make the sensor along with the timeframe for the device’s release date.
A source, who has revealed spot-on information in the past, is reviving a rumor which circulated on the web back in 2014. This time, it is said to be the real deal. It is rumored that the Fujifilm medium format camera is in development and that the Japanese company is trying to keep the project as secret as possible.
Phase One and ALPA have introduced the first A-series medium format cameras. A total of three cameras and three lenses have been announced as well as released, including the Phase One A280, which features an 80-megapixel sensor and a Rodenstock Alpar 35mm f/4 lens with a 35mm equivalent of 22mm.
We hope that you enjoyed Halloween! A very important part of this celebration, in addition to dressing up and going trick-or-treating, is carving spooky pumpkins. A photographer named Nic Persinger has decided to combine his work with his Halloween tradition. The result is a functional Polaroid pumpkin camera that captures medium format images.
Both Sony and Mamiya are rumored to announce medium format cameras in the near future. The shooters will be powered by a 50-megapixel CMOS sensor manufactured by Sony. The specs lists of the cameras will employ built-in viewfinders, while photographers are said to control the devices via four classic dials.
Zeiss and Sony are rumored to expand their partnership into other areas of the digital imaging industry. According to the rumor mill, a Sony medium format camera is in the works and Zeiss is giving a helping hand. The shooter will be introduced in 2015, when it is said to be joined by a Mamiya medium format rangefinder as well.
Hasselblad has decided not to wait until Photokina 2014 to make an official announcement. The company has taken the wraps off of the Hasselblad H5X. This is a new medium format camera body that comes packed with a number of improvements over its precursors, such as True Focus support and full HC/HCD lens compatibility.
It may have been a while since you have last used a camera with a zone focusing system. If you miss the good old days, then this is the perfect thing to help you. The new Lomography LC-A 120 camera is official as a film camera with a four-step zone focusing system. The new LC-A 120 film camera will begin shipping by the end of the year.
Lots of medium format cameras have been launched in 2014, while the rumor mill is claiming that Leica, Sony, Nikon, and Canon are all on the verge of announcing their own models. Meanwhile, the Mamiya Leaf Credo 50 has become official with a 50-megapixel CMOS image sensor. The MF camera is expected to be released soon.