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Nikon D5500 to be announced at CES 2015

Nikon is working on multiple new cameras, with a few of them scheduled to become official during the first weeks of next year. The rumor mill is claiming that the so-called Nikon D5500 will replace the D5300 at CES 2015. The upcoming DSLR camera will allegedly come packed with a swiveling LCD touchscreen.

Canon 3D rumor

Canon EOS 3D DSLR to be announced in early 2015

Canon has big plans for the first half of 2015. Many new cameras will become official, while plenty of new optics are also expected. It is said that there is still enough room between the 5D and 1D series, which is reserved for the so-called Canon EOS 3D. The DSLR could be introduced in early 2015 with a new 50-megapixel image sensor.

Canon 5D Mark IV release date

Canon 5D Mark IV release date set for early February 2015

Canon fans may be up for a busy beginning of the year, as the Japan-based manufacturer is rumored to launch three full frame DSLR cameras in early 2015. According to some sources, the Canon 5D Mark IV release date has been scheduled to take place in February 2015, while another DSLR will be revealed around the same time.

Sony sensors

Future Canon DSLR rumored to employ Sony multi-layer sensor

Canon has been rumored to be working on a professional-grade DSLR camera with a multi-layered image sensor for a very long time. Now, the rumor mill is back with more information regarding this subject, claiming that the shooter could actually employ a Sony multi-layer sensor, instead of Canon’s patented Foveon-like sensors.

Nikon D7100 replacement rumor

First Nikon D7200 specs leaked on the web

Nikon could announce a replacement for the D7100 DSLR sometime within the next few months. Until then, the rumor mill has leaked the list of preliminary Nikon D7200 specs, which is said to include a brand new DX-format sensor made by Sony as well as a new and impressive autofocus sensor with 72 focus points.

Ricoh GXR modular camera

Canon modular DSLR camera could be announced in 2015

Canon could be working on an interesting project that will remind people of the Ricoh GXR compact camera. The device in question is described as a Canon modular DSLR camera, which will allow users to switch parts with other parts. The shooter could be built for videography purposes and it could be revealed next year.

Canon 5D Mark IV 4K rumor

Many Canon 4K cameras and camcorders coming in 2015

Canon will allegedly refresh products from all of its camera and camcorder line-ups. Sources are reporting that lots of these shooters will be capable of recording videos at 4K resolution. The new Canon 4K cameras will start showing up as of early 2015, meaning that at least one of them could be announced at CES 2015 in January.

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Compact Canon DSLR cameras are rumored to be in the works

Inside sources are reporting that Canon will focus on compact and lightweight DSLR-like cameras, instead of releasing mirrorless systems. Consumers want small shooters, so the technology behind does not really matter. As a result, it appears that a bunch of compact Canon DSLR cameras are in development right now.

Canon EOS 6D front

Canon EOS 6D Mark II to be more expensive than its predecessor

Canon will allegedly make some changes to its full frame DSLR line-up. The company is planning to move a couple of its cameras up the ranks. Sources are reporting that the Canon EOS 6D Mark II will have better features and will be more expensive than its predecessor, a path which could be followed by the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.

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Two Canon big-megapixel DSLR versions to come in Q1 2015

Canon will allegedly announce two multi-layer cameras in early 2015. One of these shooters will employ a high-resolution DSLR. Now, the rumor mill has revealed more info about this model, which is said to be released in two versions. The Canon big-megapixel DSLR pair will become official in Q1 2015 and will be released for $4,000 each.

Canon 1D X update

Canon 1D X replacement rumored to feature multi-layer sensor

Canon could be done with major announcements in 2014. However, things will change next year. The company is rumored to put forth a Canon 1D X replacement in 2015, a DSLR that will feature a multi-layered image sensor. Moreover, another camera is coming in 2015 and will employ a big-megapixel multi-layered sensor as well.

Canon 5D Mark III bundle

Canon 5D Mark III price discounts go live at multiple stores

This is the first month after Photokina 2014. After new cameras have been introduced, it appears that older models are having their prices reduced. The last one to benefit from special offers is the Canon 5D Mark III. The DSLR is now cheaper and buyers will also get a myriad of free accessories, depending on their favorite retailer.

High-resolution Canon camera rumor

More high-resolution Canon DSLR rumors appear on the web

Amid preparations of a huge Canon event, insiders have their own plans and they have leaked more high-resolution Canon DSLR rumors. Once again, it is specified that the company will announce the development of a big-megapixel DSLR by the end of this year, while others are claiming that a Foveon-like sensor is in the works.

Canon 70D price

Amazing Canon 70D deals include loads of free accessories

If you fancy purchasing a new camera, then you are in luck. There are great discounts in place for a great DSLR! The latest Canon 70D deals are now available at Amazon, Adorama, and B&H PhotoVideo. The shooter has had its price reduced and each retailer has its own set of free accessories that will be shipped to you with a 70D!

Canon 700D

Canon 750D / Rebel T6i coming with an EVF in Q2 2015

Canon will allegedly announce a replacement for the 700D / Rebel T5i during the second quarter of 2015. The new DSLR will most likely be called Canon 750D / Rebel T6i, while the rumor mill is also suggesting that it will become the first camera of the series to employ an electronic viewfinder instead of an optical viewfinder.

Canon 1D X replacement rumor

Canon 1D X successor now rumored to be announced in 2015

A Canon representative has revealed that the company’s fans will hear more news about big-megapixel and mirrorless cameras in the near future. On the other hand, the rumor mill is claiming that the Canon 1D X successor will not be announced by the end of the year, as the DSLR camera will actually be revealed sometime in 2015.

Canon EOS 6D Back

Canon 6D Mark II rumored to feature Dual Pixel technology

After having announced the EOS 7D Mark II at Photokina 2014, Canon is already working on its next cameras. According to the rumor mill, the list includes the Canon 6D Mark II and the 5D Mark IV. Both of them are said to employ Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology, while the former is also said to feature a tilting display.

Pentax ZX-M

Pentax full frame DSLR to be released in 2015, says Ricoh

The prayers of a multitude of Pentax fans will be answered in 2015. Ricoh has confirmed that the company is currently working on a Pentax full frame DSLR. Furthermore, it appears that the camera will be released sometime in 2015. On the other hand, three new K-mount optics were on-display at Photokina 2014.

Canon EOS 1D X

Canon 1Ds-X big-megapixel DSLR could be announced in October

After introducing the EOS 7D Mark II at Photokina 2014, Canon is reportedly preparing the introduction of another DSLR. According to inside sources, the Canon 1Ds-X is in the works and will be announced in October. The 46-megapixel camera will be revealed at the Javits Center in New York City as part of PhotoPlus Expo 2014.

Canon 7D Mark II

Canon 7D Mark II finally revealed at Photokina 2014

Now we can finally put an end to all rumors and speculations! The Canon 7D Mark II has become official more than five years after its predecessor. The new DSLR camera comes packed with lots of new features, such as an improved image processor, AF technology, metering system, and second-generation Dual Pixel CMOS AF.

Nikon D750

Nikon D750 announced with built-in WiFi and 24.3MP FX sensor

As the Photokina 2014 event is getting closer, the big names are starting to show up. The next in line is the Nikon D750, a full frame DSLR which has been heavily rumored during the past few weeks. The camera employs a 24.3-megapixel sensor with an anti-aliasing filter and built-in WiFi, as well as an advanced autofocus technology.


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