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.
Here is a name that you have not heard in the rumor mill for about a year: Sony A9. This camera has returned to the grapevine as a full-frame mirrorless camera that will become the FE-mount flagship model. A highly-reliable source has just revealed some details about it and you can find them out in this article!
Any light-field fans out there? Unfortunately, we have some bad news for you. Lytro has just announced that it will no longer develop light-field cameras for consumers. Instead, the company will focus on the virtual reality world. The confirmation comes from CEO Jason Rosenthal, who said that this decision was one of the hardest he ever made.
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.
Sony will announce a new HX-series compact camera within a few months. Trusted sources have revealed the first specs of the HX90V successor. They are interesting and well-above the ones of the HX80, another pocketable compact camera which has been announced at the beginning of March 2016.
A leaked image contains a brochure that mentions an unannounced lens. The product in question consists of the Tamron SP 135mm f/1.8 Di VC telephoto prime. It is believed to be on track for a Photokina 2016 announcement. The rumored telephoto prime lens will be released for full-frame DSLR cameras.
Panasonic has just introduced the Lumix GX85 / GX80 mirrorless camera that has been making the rounds on the internet for the past few days. This is a compact and lightweight Micro Four Thirds camera that employs a 16-megapixel sensor without an optical low-pass filter, the first of its kind for the MFT format.
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.
After the recent 6K camera rumors, Panasonic is now thought to be working on an 8K camera. A reliable insider is stating that the company is developing an 8K mirrorless camera, whose development will allegedly be confirmed at Photokina 2016, the world’s biggest digital imaging event which takes place this September.
Sony will likely replace the amazing A7R II mirrorless camera sometime in 2017. Even though we are more than one year away from its unveiling, the PlayStation maker is already working on the so-called A7R III. The shooter is said to come packed with a new image sensor that will have between 70 to 80 megapixels.
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.
Olympus has patented a couple of lenses for mirrorless cameras with full-frame image sensors. The company has recently confirmed that it will focus on OM-D cameras and PRO-series optics, so there is a chance that it will finally announce a full-frame mirrorless interchangeable lens camera in the not-so-distant future.
Nikon has patented a new product for its 1-series of mirrorless cameras and lenses. The product in question is a lens and it has been patented in Japan. It consists of a 9mm wide-angle prime lens with a maximum aperture of f/1.8, which could be released in the future for the company’s CX-mount mirrorless cameras.
The recently mentioned Panasonic GX85 will actually be named Panasonic GX80. The mirrorless camera in question has just been leaked on the web. The photos reveal that the device will maintain the design traits of the GX-series. As for the specs, the shooter is reminiscent of the GX7, while borrowing some features from the GX8.
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.