Archive for the ‘Cameras’ category
Leica has hinted that it will introduce high-definition video recording features with its long-awaited M10 camera at Photokina on September.
In an interview with bjp-online.com and other UK-based photography magazines, Dr. Andreas Kaufmann, Leica’s head of supervisory board, refused to comment on ongoing product development, but said that he looked at the M series as a [...]
Leica has just announced three new cameras; they are M-Monochrom, X2 and V-Lux 40. The M-Monochrom is a black-and-white, full-frame rangefinder that according to Leica “enables photographers to capture images in outstanding black-and-white quality, setting entirely new standards.”
M-Monochrom features an 18MP image sensor that does not “see” colors which allows it to deliver better black-and-white [...]
Fujifilm has just announced the launch of the new waterproof FinePix XP170. Beside its rugged protection and durability, the compact camera is also equipped with Wireless Image Transfer function making you easier to wirelessly connect to your tablet, or smartphone, and then upload your images for online sharing.
“Sharing photos online has become the best and [...]
Olympus today has just announced its new rugged compact camera, Tough TG-1 iHS. Since it is a high-end point-and-shoot camera which is waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, crushproof and dustproof, you can use it to shoot in such difficult situations as underwater and while climbing snow mountains.
Waterproof to 12 meters, shockproof to 2 meters, freezeproof to -10°C [...]
Being the world’s first Wi-Fi-enabled compact camera systems, the three new series promise completely wireless network connection without the need for any cards or other plug-in devices.
Today, Nikon finally unveils the Nikon D3200 HD-SLR, addressed for photo enthusiasts to ensure them get the high quality images in any shooting condition. Nikon also announces the full-frame wide-angle AF-S NIKKOR 28mm f/1.8G prime lens.
Cinema Camera comes with a revolutionary compact design with a set of features including high resolution 2.5K sensor, super wide 13 stops dynamic range—which allows feature film quality, color correction and LCD with meta-data entry.
In a poll opened for five days in this site, voters prefer Nikon D800 to Canon EOS 5D Mark III. However, voting for both cameras seems to run in a tight race since the poll has started last Wednesday and has just been closed this afternoon.
D800 and 5D Mark III are now competing in high-end [...]
Canon now adds another new series to the EOS Cinema system by unveiling the Canon EOS C500 interchangeable-lens digital video camera. Besides the EOS C500, Canon has also introduced the EOS-1D C DSLR camera which, quite similar to the C500, also features the ability of capturing 4K video.
Nikon’s D800 and Canon’s 5D Mk III are competing with each other in the high-end camera market. As for this, Dan Chung—award-winning photographer and videographer—has just made a side-by-side comparison of the two series.