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.
Special Nikon D810 astrophotography version coming soon?
Nikon is allegedly developing a special version of the D810 DSLR camera. According to inside sources, a Nikon D810 astrophography version will be announced in the near future. The shooter will offer a higher hydrogen-alpha sensitivity, thus becoming the perfect tool for stargazers and astrophotographers.
Canon 5D Mark IV rumored to be announced later this year
The long-rumored Canon 5D Mark IV DSLR camera will not be revealed on February 6. The 5Ds and 5Ds R will be the only DSLRs with full frame sensors to be announced next week. The 5D Mark III replacement will be launched later this year with improved low-light performance and a higher ISO sensitivity option.
Canon 5Ds specs and photo leaked ahead of launch
This is the day that Canon fans have been waiting for: there is solid proof that the company is developing a high-resolution DSLR. Sources have leaked the first Canon 5Ds specs and its photo, while confirming that the camera will employ a 50.6-megapixel sensor. Meanwhile, the 5Ds R is said to be the version without an AA filter.
Canon 1D X firmware update 2.0.7 released for download
Canon has released new firmware updates for two of its DSLR cameras that are rumored to be replaced by the end of 2015. Both the Canon 1D X firmware update 2.0.7 and Canon 5D Mark III firmware update 1.3.3 are available for download right now. The new versions come packed with a few bug fixes and improvements.
Canon 5Ds’ 53-megapixel sensor will be made by Sony
The rumor mill is once again stating that Sony will be the maker of the sensor found in Canon’s high-resolution DSLR cameras. It is said that a patent exchange between the two companies will lead to the Canon 5Ds shooters employing a Sony-made 53-megapixel sensor with Exmor technology.
Canon 5Ds, 750D, EOS M3, and more to come on February 6?
Canon will allegedly introduce several products next week on February 6. On this date, a lot of non-disclosure agreements will expire, therefore the company must announce the products in question. The list includes the Canon 5DS, 750D, EOS M3, and some PowerShots cameras as well as the EF 11-24mm f/4L USM lens.
50-megapixel Canon 5Ds DSLRs to be announced this March
Canon is once again rumored to be working on a couple of DSLRs with big-megapixel sensors. Sources are reporting that the so-called Canon 5Ds cameras will employ 50-megapixel full frame sensors and that they will be revealed this March. This means that they will miss the CP+ 2015 event taking place in mid-February.
Canon EOS 1D X successor might feature a global shutter
Canon is rumored to announce a new flagship DSLR by the end of 2015. A new source has come out to reveal an interesting piece of information about the upcoming device. It is said that the Canon EOS 1D X successor will feature a global shutter instead of a rolling shutter as most of today’s cameras with CMOS sensors.
First Canon 750D specs leaked ahead of launch
A lot of gossip talks regarding the future of the Canon EOS APS-C line-up are circling around the web these days. A new one has showed up and it includes the first Canon 750D specs. In addition, the same source is claiming that the EOS 700D will be replaced by two similar models: the aforementioned 750D and the 760D.
Nikon begins fixing the Nikon D750 unnatural flare issue
Nikon has issued a new service advisory regarding the reflection problems of the D750 DSLR. The company has confirmed that the repair process has begun and it is inviting owners to identify whether their unit is affected by the Nikon D750 unnatural flare issue or not, and to fix head to the nearest repair center if it is.
Nikon D7200 and 1 J5 names show up on Russian website
Nikon has registered a slew of cameras on the website of a Russian certification agency. Most, if not all these models, are rumored to be announced at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015 in mid-February. Among the list of registered devices we can find the Nikon D7200 DSLR and the Nikon 1 J5 mirrorless camera.
Mysterious Canon DSLR will be placed between 70D and 700D
A mysterious Canon DSLR has recently showed up in the company’s photos and videos promoting the new Connect Station CS100 storage device. Some have said that the camera is the 80D, while others have suggested that it is the 750D. However, a new source claims that this is a new DSLR series placed between the 70D and 700D.
Canon 80D photo accidentally leaked by Canon Austria?
Canon Austria is promoting the new Connect Station CS100 on its Facebook page by uploading photos of the storage drive. In one photo, viewers can see a small part of the DSLR that does not match the design of any current EOS or Rebel cameras and all evidence points to the fact that this is the first leaked Canon 80D photo.
New Canon 5D Mark IV rumor points at low-megapixel sensor
More details about the future replacement of the 5D Mark III have been revealed. It appears that the DSLR will actually have three successors instead of one. Two of them will employ a big-megapixel sensor, while the third will feature a low-megapixel model and will become the sought-after Canon 5D Mark IV.
Official: Nikon D750 reflection issues to be fixed for free soon
Nikon’s reputation has dropped dramatically in recent years, as almost all the company’s high-profile DSLRs have been affected by problems. The D750 is no strange to controversy and once again the company has had to investigate the situation. Now, it has confirmed that the Nikon D750 reflection issues will be fixed for free soon.
High-end Canon DSLR and more products coming at CP+ 2015
After announcing entry-level cameras at CES 2015 in early January, Canon is expected to launch premium products at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015 in mid-February. A high-end Canon DSLR is coming around CP+ 2015 along with a premium superzoom compact, at least one Rebel, and at least one lens.
Nikon D5500 launched with few improvements over the D5300
Nikon has officially revealed a replacement for the D5300. The brand new Nikon D5500 DX-format DSLR camera is here with several improvements over its predecessor, including a lighter design, a touchscreen, and a better battery life. The DSLR has been revealed alongside a new 55-200mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR II lens.
Canon EOS 3D price will not go above $4,000
The rumor mill is back with more information about Canon’s big-megapixel DSLR camera, which is allegedly coming to the market sometime by the end of 2015. It is believed that the Canon EOS 3D price will stand somewhere between the prices of the EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 1D X, and that it will not go above $4,000.
46-megapixel Canon DSLR camera could employ Sony sensor
Sony is supplying sensors to lots of digital camera manufacturers, such as Nikon and Canon. Recently, the PowerShot G7 X compact camera has been revealed as featuring a sensor made by the PlayStation maker. The partnership could be extended as a future 46-megapixel Canon DSLR is rumored to employ a Sony sensor.
New Nikon D7200 details come to surface ahead of launch
Trusted sources have been able to leak more Nikon D7200 details, revealing that the upcoming DSLR camera will come packed with built-in WiFi and a tilting display on its back. The new information is mostly on par with previously-leaked specs, but there are some notable changes from what we used to know.