Nikon D5 specs list to include higher native ISO and 4K video support
The future Nikon FX-mount flagship DSLR camera will be announced in late 2015 or in early 2016, says the rumor mill. In the meantime, inside sources have leaked some new Nikon D5 specs. It appears that the DSLR will employ a new sensor and processor combination, offering a higher native ISO as well as 4K video recording.
Panasonic FZ300 and 150mm f/2.8 lens to be unveiled in July
Panasonic is rumored to have scheduled a product launch event for July 2015. The company is expected to reveal at least a couple of new products, including a camera and a lens. According to the rumor mill, the products set to be unveiled next month are the Panasonic FZ300 bridge camera and the 150mm f/2.8 telephoto prime lens.
Canon 5D Mark IV launch date will not take place in 2015
More rumors regarding the Canon 5D Mark IV launch date have appeared on the web. Although many users hoped that this would not be true, the DSLR will become official in 2016. At this point, there are little to no chances for the 5D Mark III successor to be unveiled by the end of 2015, so expect the DSLR to show up next year.
Sony A7R II mirrorless camera unveiled with exciting specs
Following plenty of rumors, Sony has introduced the A7R successor. However, the Sony A7R II is not a minor upgrade, as gossips said, instead being a major improvement over the A7R. The new model is world’s first camera with a back-illuminated full-frame sensor and it is capable of recording 4K videos without an external recorder.
Sony RX100 IV announced with stacked CMOS image sensor
Sony continues with major announcement day with the world’s first camera to employ a 1-inch-type stacked CMOS image sensor. The Sony RX100 IV compact camera is here with a myriad of improvements compared to its predecessor, including a higher-resolution electronic viewfinder and 4K video recording support.
Sony RX10 II gets notable spec upgrade over its predecessor
Sony has concluded its big press event with the introduction of another camera with a stacked CMOS sensor. The Sony RX10 II is here to replace the RX10 with a bunch of improvements that are aimed at competing against the Panasonic FZ1000. The bridge camera will become available soon with a 40x slow motion mode!
More Sony A99II rumors point to a fall 2015 announcement
After a period of complete silence regarding the Sony A99 successor, the gossip mill has started leaking information about the upcoming flagship A-mount camera. The latest Sony A99II rumors are confirming the gossip talks from May 2015 claiming that the shooter will be announced and released sometime during fall 2015.
Fujifilm’s upcoming X-Pro2 set to be weathersealed
Fujifilm will release another weathersealed X-mount camera this year. However, it will not serve as a replacement to the X-T1, the company’s first mirrorless camera with weathersealing. The product in question is the X-Pro2, the shooter that is poised to become the flagship X-mount model sometime during the fall of 2015.
Panasonic GX8 launch date set for Q3 2015
Panasonic was supposed to reveal the Lumix GX7 successor in the first half of 2015. However, several trusted sources have debunked the claims and have said that the Micro Four Thirds camera is coming in August or September. Now, more reliable sources have confirmed that the Panasonic GX8 launch date is Q3 2015.
Canon begins testing the EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR
One of the most sought-after full-frame DSLR cameras has just been mentioned by the rumor mill once again. According to a reliable insider, Canon has begun testing the EOS 5D Mark IV. The DSLR is now in the hands of a few select photographers and it is expected to become official sometime in the fourth quarter of 2015.
Panasonic G7 announced with 4K support and better design
Panasonic has just revealed the long-rumored Lumix G7 mirrorless camera. The shooter is official with a 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor that is capable of recording videos at a resolution of 4K. Moreover, new 4K Photo modes have been introduced, while the design has been improved when compared to that of the Lumix G6.
First Panasonic G7 photos show up on the web
In anticipation of the launch of a new Panasonic camera, a trusted source has revealed the first images of the shooter. The first Panasonic G7 photos are showing that the Micro Four Thirds camera will suffer some design changes when compared to its predecessor. Overall, it looks better and it will catch the eyes of the buyers.
More Panasonic G7 specs confirmed by trusted source
Panasonic is on the verge of introducing a new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with a Micro Four Thirds sensor. Before the device’s imminent launch, a reliable source has provided more Panasonic G7 specs, which reaffirm the fact that it will be capable of shooting 4K videos as well as contradicting some earlier reports.
Panasonic FZ300 registered alongside G7 and GX8 cameras
Panasonic is on the verge of announcing three new cameras. The rumor mill has already confirmed that the G7 and GX8 Micro Four Thirds cameras are coming. The two models have just been registered on Wi-Fi Alliance’s website, but an unknown model has also been mentioned alongside them: the Panasonic FZ300.
Panasonic G7 launch date set for May 19
After weeks of rumors and speculation, an insider has finally leaked the Panasonic G7 launch date. According to a trusted source, the mirrorless camera with a Micro Four Thirds sensor is scheduled to become official on May 19. The shooter is also said to be capable of recording 4K videos, albeit an important feature will be missing.
Panasonic G7 rumored to be capable of recording 4K videos
As the launch of the Panasonic G7 mirrorless camera is approaching, the rumor mill is leaking a lot of information about it. The latest details are concerning the image sensor, which is said to be the same 16-megapixel version found in the GX7. However, it has been upgraded and it is capable of recording videos at 4K resolution.
Sony A6100 seems likelier to come without 4K video
Before Sony’s major product launch event set to take place sometime in May 2015, the rumor mill is coming out with new details about the Sony A6100 mirrorless camera. There could be some bad news for some users, as the device is now said to record only full HD videos and to not be capable of 4K video recording.
Next Fujifilm flagship X-mount camera to feature bigger sensor
The next-generation Fujifilm flagship X-mount camera will become official sometime during the fall of 2015, sources say. Before its launch, plenty of details about the X-Pro2 have been leaked. Once again, a source is reporting that the mirrorless camera will come packed with an image sensor that is bigger than APS-C units.
Sony RX100 IV coming soon with Micro Four Thirds sensor
Sony has just registered three new image sensors. Two of them are Micro Four Thirds models and one of this pair is rumored to find its way into the Sony RX100 IV. Against all odds, the PlayStation company is said to be working on a Mark IV version of the RX100 camera which may become official sometime in 2015.
Canon 5D Mark IVc coming alongside the 5D Mark IV
As previously rumored, Canon might actually launch two versions of the 5D Mark III replacement. The first is the 5D Mark IV, which will represent a major upgrade over the current version and will be aimed at photographers. The other is rumored to be called Canon 5D Mark IVc and to be built for professional videographers.
Fujifilm X-Pro1 successor could feature bigger 27MP sensor
Fujifilm might choose to release two versions of the X-Pro2 on the market. The company is now rumored to be working on a Fujifilm X-Pro1 successor with an APS-X image sensor, that is bigger than APS-C sensors. Additionally, the new sensor will have 27 megapixels, more than the 24 megapixels of the already-rumored APS-C sensor.