More Canon 5D Mark IV rumors: 28MP sensor and 4K support confirmed
Canon is expected to introduce new DSLRs by the end of 2015. One of them is the replacement to the 5D Mark III. The latest Canon 5D Mark IV rumors are stating that the camera will come packed with a brand new 28-megapixel image sensor, which will be capable of capturing videos at 4K resolution.
Canon 4K mirrorless camera hinted at by Canon manager
A Canon manager has confirmed that the company will address the sector belonging to the Panasonic GH4, Samsung NX1, and Sony A7S cameras in the future, sparking rumors that such shooter will become official this year. Now, a Canon 4K mirrorless camera is said to be released on the market by the end of 2015.
Pentax full frame DSLR release date and price details leaked
After announcing the development of a Pentax-branded DSLR with a full frame image sensor, Ricoh has forgotten all about revealing more information about the camera. Thankfully, such things are usually leaked and this is the case with the Pentax full frame DSLR release date and price details, which have showed up on the web.
Nikon D7200 officially unveiled with several enhancements over the D7100
Nikon has unveiled a new high-end DSLR camera with an APS-C sensor in the body of the D7200. The sought-after Nikon D7200 comes packed with a slew of improvements over the D7100, such as enhanced low-light capabilities, WiFi, and NFC. However, there is no 4K video recording, unlike some gossip talks have predicted.
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.
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.
Nikon D7200 announcement to take place within three weeks
Nikon will allegedly hold a product launch event before March 13, 2015. Among other things, such as the 1 J5 mirrorless camera, the company’s fans will witness the official Nikon D7200 announcement. The new DSLR camera will replace the D7100, roughly two years after its introduction back in February 2013.
Canon 1D X Mark II will not be released sooner than 2016
A lot of Canon 1D X Mark II rumors have circled around the web during the past couple of years. However, it seems like the first reliable details are just showing up. The EOS 1D X replacement is said to come in early 2016. Sources are reporting that the flagship EOS DSLR will not be released sooner except with one condition.
New patent hints at Canon mirrorless camera with built-in EVF
Canon may be working on a new mirrorless camera, which would come packed with a sought-after feature: electronic viewfinder. One of the company’s patents is describing a Phase-Difference AF technology that would be used in Canon mirrorless camera with built-in EVF and in a Sony-like DSLR with translucent mirror.
Nikon D810A unveiled as a DSLR for astrophotographers
The rumored Nikon D810A is now official as a modified D810 that is aimed at stargazers. This is the world’s first full frame DSLR camera for consumers which has been built for astrophotography. The DSLR comes with a new infrared cut filter, longer exposure modes, and other features designed for low-light photography.
Pentax K-S2 becomes world’s smallest weathersealed DSLR
Ricoh returns with another event full of Pentax-branded product announcements. The new Pentax K-S2 has just become the world’s smallest weathersealed DSLR camera. The K-S2 is based on the original K-S1, but the new model comes without its predecessor’s uncanny LED illumination system and with a traditional design.
First Nikon D5 and more D810a details leaked
Nikon is planning to announce more cameras by the end of 2015. According to a trusted source, the flagship Nikon D5 DSLR camera will be introduced during the second half of 2015 with a new 20-megapixel image sensor. Moreover, the special D810 version for astrophotographers, could be called D810a, and is coming soon.
Pentax full frame DSLR specs list to include high-res mode?
Ricoh has confirmed that it is developing a Pentax-branded DSLR camera with a full frame image sensor that will be on-display at CP+ 2015. However, the company has not revealed any technical details of the shooter. Thankfully, the rumor mill has just leaked the first Pentax full frame DSLR specs list, which includes a 36MP sensor.
Official Nikon D810A announcement event is imminent
The Nikon D810A announcement event is now rumored to be imminent. The astrophotography version of the D810 DSLR has joined the rumor mill in recent times and it appears that the Japanese company is speeding things up, in order for the camera to be ready for the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015.
Canon 5DS and 5DS R officially unveiled with 50.6-megapixel sensors
The big day for Canon fans has arrived! The Japan-based company has finally entered big-megapixel territory by introducing the world’s highest-resolution DSLRs with full frame sensors. Both the Canon 5DS and 5DS R are now official with 50.6-megapixel sensors and many other exciting features for photographers worldwide.
Canon 750D and 760D announced with built-in WiFi and NFC
Canon has decided to split yet another DSLR-series into a couple of models. The brand new Canon 750D and 760D are here as replacements for the EOS 700D. They arrive with similar specs list, while the latter employs some extra tools that will be useful to videographers as well as to more advanced photographers.
Pentax full frame DSLR camera development confirmed
After years of constant praying, the dreams of Pentax photographers will become a reality by the end of 2015. Pentax has officially confirmed that a Pentax full frame DSLR camera is in development. Moreover, a prototype of the device will be displayed at CP+ 2015, while its release date is set to take place sometime this year.
Canon 750D to be called 760D to avoid Nikon D750 confusion?
A lot of information is being leaked on the web before Canon’s big product launch event scheduled to take place on February 6. The Canon 750D DSLR has been said to become official during the show. However, it seems like the camera will actually be called EOS 760D in order to avert a name confusion with the Nikon D750.
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.
New Canon 5Ds / 5Ds R details show up on the web
Canon will hold a major announcement event on February 5. Before the introduction of its big-megapixel DSLR cameras, an insider has leaked more Canon 5Ds / 5Ds R details. The new source has denied the rumors that the sensor is entirely made by Sony, stating that Canon has designed it, while Sony will simply make it in its factories.
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.