Canon C700x leaked as a 4K camera with a global shutter
Canon is preparing to take part in a very interesting NAB Show 2015. The event could house the announcement of the first Cinema EOS camcorder with a global shutter. The first photo, name, and specs of this device have been leaked on the web. It is called Canon C700x and it will be able to record videos at 4K resolution.
EOS 1D C replacement to be called Canon 5D C?
Canon is allegedly working on the EOS 1D C replacement. The DSLR will be a Cinema EOS model, however, it seems like it will be based on the 5D Mark IV instead of the 1D X Mark II. The company wants to make it cheaper, so it will call it Canon 5D C and will reveal its different approach to this shooter sometime in the near future.
Canon C500 Mark II coming at NAB Show 2015, too
Canon is preparing for a very busy NAB Show 2015. The company is expected to introduce the C300 Mark II as well as the EOS C700x 4K video recording cameras. However, the rumor mill says that the company has one more 4K camcorder in tow: the Canon C500 Mark II, which will become the flagship Cinema EOS model.
4K-ready 5D Mark III successor to be called Canon 5D X?
New details about the Canon 5D Mark III successor have showed up on the web. This time, they are coming from a trusted source, who has tested a prototype of the shooter. It is said that this model features a lower-megapixel sensor than the current generation and that it could be called Canon 5D X, when it becomes available.
Canon C300 Mark II launch event set for NAB Show 2015
Canon is rumored to introduce a new Cinema EOS camera at the NAB Show 2015. The model in question is thought to be the EOS C300 replacement and to be capable of recording 4K videos. According to an insider, the Canon C300 Mark II launch event is scheduled to take place sometime around mid-April 2015.
First Olympus E-M1 Mark II rumors show up on the web
The Photokina 2014 event took place in mid-September 2014. Although the next edition of the world’s largest digital imaging event, Photokina 2016 is still 18 months away, sources are already talking about the cameras that are coming at the show and they coincide with the first Olympus E-M1 Mark II rumors.
Nikon 1 J5 4K mirrorless camera allegedly coming soon
Nikon is rumored to announce a new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera in the near future. When this new model becomes official, it is rumored to be introduced with 4K video recording capabilities. A trusted source is reporting that the Nikon 1 J5 4K mirrorless camera will be unveiled within a few weeks.
Samsung NX500 announced with NX1 specs and low price
Samsung has announced a new NX-mount mirrorless camera. The brand new Samsung NX500 is here with a myriad of features found in the high-end NX1. However, the shooter is packed in a more compact, lighter, and cheaper body. The NX500 is also capable of shooting 4K videos and features built-in WiFi, NFC, and Bluetooth.
First Canon 5D Mark IV specs list leaked
After many tidbits and details about the 5D Mark III replacement leaked on the web, an unnamed source has revealed the first Canon 5D Mark IV specs. The list includes known information, such as 4K video recording, along with other details that have been mentioned, such as a maximum ISO sensitivity option of 204,800.
4K-ready Canon EOS 5D Mark IV coming this August
As the 5D-series is being split into three cameras, there are lots of questions about what is happening to the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. A lot of people hoped that it would become official in early 2015. However, it seems like the DSLR is coming in August 2015 along with 4K video recording and superior low-light capabilities.
Sony A7S to gain support for SD card 4K video recording?
The highly-commended Sony A7S is rumored to get internal 4K video recording in the future. It is said that the mirrorless camera would receive a firmware update that would bring H.265 codec support. The lower bitrate would eliminate the need of an external recorder, so the A7S would capture 4K videos directly on its SD card.
More Sony A7000 rumors point to 5-axis IBIS support
A new set of Sony A7000 rumors has surfaced on the web, this time suggesting that the device could employ 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilization technology, just like the Sony A7II. The upcoming NEX-7 replacement is rumored to be announced officially at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015.
CES 2015: Sony X1000V 4K and AS200V cameras announced
Sony has taken the stage at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 in order to introduce a couple of action cameras, one of them being capable of recording 4K videos. This model is called Sony X1000V and it is here to compete against the GoPro Hero4. The other model is the AS200V and it can shoot videos up to full HD resolution.
Sony FDR-AX33 revealed as an affordable 4K camcorder
The Consumer Electronics Show 2015 continues with Sony, which has just revealed a small, lightweight, and budget-friendly 4K camcorder. CES 2015 attendees are referring to the Sony FDR-AX33 as the first “true” 4K Handycam, thanks to its impressive features, design, and price tag. Check out all the details about the FDR-AX33!
4K-ready Panasonic GX8 rumored to be unveiled at CP+ 2015
Panasonic will allegedly announce a new entry-level mirrorless camera with a Micro Four Thirds sensor in early 2015. It appears that the new device will be capable of recording videos at 4K resolution and that it will be revealed at CP+ 2015. Out of all possible options, the Panasonic GX8 is in pole-position to be unveiled soon.
Sony A7000 announcement date set for CP+ 2015
Sony is preparing to announce a new flagship E-mount mirrorless camera with an APS-C sensor at the beginning of 2015. According to trusted sources, the Sony A7000 announcement date is scheduled for next February, during the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015, which takes place in Japan in mid-February.
First Sony A9 specs leaked on the web
Sony will allegedly reveal a professional mirrorless camera with a full frame sensor and support for E-mount lenses sometime in the first half of 2015. Before its official announcement, sources have managed to leak some details. As a result, the first set of Sony A9 specs are now available on the web!
New Canon DSLR will record 4K videos, compete against GH4
Panasonic GH4 does not have so many rivals, as the Micro Four Thirds camera can record 4K videos without the need of an external recorder. However, things could change soon, as a new Canon DSLR model is in the works and will be revealed at NAB Show 2015 with 4K recording as a direct competitor for the Lumix GH4.
More Canon XC10 specs and details showed up online
It appears that Canon is indeed working on a fixed-lens camcorder capable of recording videos at 4K resolution. In anticipation of the purported launch event, insiders have leaked more Canon XC10 specs and details. It appears that the camcorder will join the market soon in order to compete against the Sony PXW-X70.
Canon XC10 4K camcorder to be announced at CES 2015
Canon is expected to revamp its entire Cinema EOS line-up over the following months. The Japan-based company has already started a few weeks ago with the introduction of the EOS C100 Mark II. The rumor mill claims that the plans will continue with the Canon XC10, a 4K camcorder with a fixed-lens coming at CES 2015.
Canon C300 Mark II to be capable of recording 4K videos
Canon is believed to be working on multiple new Cinema EOS camcorders. A model that is sure to be launched is the Canon C300 Mark II, which will replace the C300 at the NAB Show 2015 or during the event. The EOS C300 replacement will be a major upgrade over its predecessor and will be capable of recording 4K videos.