Remember the recently rumored entry-level Panasonic Micro Four Thirds camera? Well, it seems like it is not the Lumix GM7 (GM5 replacement). Instead, the Japan-based manufacturer will launch a smaller version of the Lumix GX8. It will be called Lumix GX85 and it is definitely coming soon with 4K video recording support.
As recently-promised, Fujifilm has released firmware update 1.01 for the X-Pro2 mirrorless camera. The new firmware version is available for download for all users and the company recommends everyone to install it as soon as possible in order to fix an annoying bug and to improve image quality in long-exposure mode.
Panasonic will hold a major product launch event within the next few weeks. The rumor mill is claiming that the company will introduce an entry-level mirrorless camera based on the Micro Four Thirds mount. In addition to the shooter, Panasonic will also unleash a new premium lens on the market, sources said.
Olympus is rumored to unveil the PEN-series E-PL8 Micro Four Thirds camera in the near future, as the first photos of the device have appeared on line. The Olympus E-PL8 mirrorless camera will undergo some cosmetic changes when compared to its predecessor, especially in the front. Here are the shooter’s first photos!
Canon will allegedly get serious with the mirrorless camera segment this year, like the company has been promising for the past couple of years. Trusted sources are reporting that a high-end mirrorless camera is coming and that it will record 4K videos, while two other lower-end models will be revealed, too, at Photokina 2016.
Photographers using Sony’s mirrorless cameras with full-frame sensors are still waiting for the company to announce the availability details of the recently-announced FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS lens. It appears that this information is coming soon, but it might be joined by the unveiling of a new E-mount camera.
Although a lot of rumors suggested that Fujifilm would add 4K video recording to the X-Pro2, the company has released its flagship mirrorless camera with such feature. Well, 4K movie support is coming to the X-mount line-up in the future, as a couple of the company’s reps have confirmed this information in an interview.
Panasonic is working on a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera capable of recording 6K videos. The information is coming from a respectable source, who is claiming that the camera will be aimed at consumers and will be released on the market by March 31, 2017. The device could be the replacement to the GH4, called GH5.
It has been a busy day for Sigma fans, who were expecting to see the Japan-based manufacturer unveil two new lenses. However, they have been taken by surprise as Sigma has also introduced the MC-11 mount converter, the EF-630 electronic flash, as well as the SD Quattro and SD Quattro H mirrorless cameras.
Panasonic has just introduced a new mirrorless camera with a Micro Four Thirds sensor. The shooter is called Lumix GF8 and it is quite similar to its forerunner, called Lumix GF7. The new stuff includes Beauty Retouch, a special function that is capable of taking your selfie game to the next levels.
Mirrorless camera sales are doing well, mostly thanks to Sony and its A7-series. However, there is one company which allegedly believes that it will take them to the next level. The company in question is Canon, which will purportedly “surprise a lot of people” with one of its mirrorless cameras coming in 2016.
Olympus is working on a new PEN-series mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. The product is most likely in development, as its name has just been registered on Taiwan’s NCC website. It is called Olympus PEN-F and it will become a tribute to the original PEN-F SLR camera, released back in the 1960s.
Here is the unexpected development of a long-forgotten story: it seems like Fujifilm will indeed launch a replacement to the X-E2 mirrorless camera. A reliable insider, who was right in the past, has revealed that the shooter is coming and that its name will be chosen between the Fujifilm X-E3 or X-E2s monikers.
The rumor mill is back with more information about the Fujifilm X-Pro2. There are high hopes that the mirrorless camera will be unveiled soon, while the shooter will offer improved ergonomics for the users. Additionally, the XF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR lens could be launched alongside the X-Pro2 in early 2016!
After some recent rumors said that Samsung will close its camera division, while halting camera sales in select markets, the alleged reason may have surfaced online. A trusted source is reporting an intriguing rumor, which says that Nikon has actually purchased Samsung’s mirrorless technology. Here’s what you need to know!