Olympus E-M6 release date scheduled for September 2013
Olympus is already working on the next-generation OM-D series camera. Company employees have confirmed that the Phase Detection AF technology, found in the recently-launch PEN E-P5, will be available in the upcoming OM-D model. On the other hand, the rumor mill has revealed the camera’s name and release date.
Olympus E-P5 release date, price, and specs become official
Plenty of rumors become true. However, in some cases, gossip talks turn out to be entirely true. Such is the story of the Olympus PEN E-P5 mirrorless camera, which has had its announcement date and full specifications list leaked on the web. Olympus has formally introduced the E-P5 Micro Four Thirds system today, as expected.
Sony NEX-7n to be released this fall with Honami JPEG engine
Sony has been rumored to introduce a new NEX mirrorless camera, called NEX-7n, this spring. However, this season is quickly heading towards its end and the device is nowhere to be seen. Inside sources say that the shooter will be actually introduced this summer and released this fall under an entirely different name.
Full Olympus E-PL6 specs and photos leaked on the web
Olympus is having some problems. The company just cannot keep its upcoming products a secret from some reason. However, photography fans do not mind this aspect, as they can learn much information before the actual products go on sale. Well, the Olympus E-PL6 specs list along with some photos have just been leaked, too.
Olympus E-P5 specs list leaked in its entirety
There is no secret that Olympus will introduce a new Micro Four Thirds shooter in the following days. The camera’s name and photos have also been seen online, therefore it is known that the E-P5 packs a retro design and that it will be announced on May 10, but, to top it all, the full specifications list has just been leaked on the web.
Sigma 60mm f/2.8 DN Art lens release date and price announced
Sigma is betting big on its Art series of lenses. The company has recently taken everyone by surprise with the announcement of the 18-35mm f/1.8 optic, the first of its kind to deliver such a fast aperture throughout the focal range. Anyway, the 60mm f/2.8 DN will play an important role, too, and its availability information has just gone live.
New Olympus E-P5 photos and specs revealed ahead of announcement
Olympus is currently readying to introduce the E-P5 camera on May 10. This information has surfaced on the web, as the company has not put too much effort into keeping the new Micro Four Thirds system a secret. Once again, new photos of the E-P5 and the new Black series lenses have been leaked, alongside more specifications.
Samsung NX2000 officially announced with NFC and WiFi
Samsung has introduced a new mirrorless camera in the NX series after weeks of speculation. The shooter is called NX2000 and most of the rumors surrounding it have turned out to be true. It is not an Android or Tizen-based camera, but it features WiFi, NFC, and a 20.3-megapixel image sensor, as well as a 3.7-inch LCD touchscreen.
Carl Zeiss Touit 12mm f/2.8 and 32mm f/1.8 lenses unveiled
Carl Zeiss has re-introduced its 12mm f/2.8 and 32mm f/1.8 lenses for Sony NEX E-mount and Fujifilm X-mount cameras. The pair of optics for mirrorless shooters has been called “Touit” and it will become available in the near future. The two products have also been put up for pre-order at select retailers in the United States and Europe.
More Olympus E-P5 photos leaked online
The Olympus E-P5 has not been the company’s best-kept secret. Information about the camera have been leaked in the past, as well as close-up photos of the thing. However, today’s action tops it all, as three new photos of the shooter have been leaked, which make people wonder why Olympus is not announcing the camera yet.
Next Canon EOS M mirrorless cameras and lenses coming in 2013
Mirrorless camera lovers or adopters will have to prepare for something big in 2013. Canon has some surprises for them, says an inside source, who has revealed that the company will release several new items by the end of this year. Among the new products there are a couple of new cameras, as well as a trio of lenses.
Olympus E-P5 photo leaked on the web
Olympus is holding a product launch event in China on May 11. The camera which will be unveiled during that show is the E-P5. The Micro Four Thirds system has been teased in the Asian country, while now it has had its first photo leaked on the web. The best part about it is that the photo has confirmed plenty of details for MFT fans.
Pentax APS-C and full frame cameras to be announced soon
Pentax has some surprises for its fans, as the company will announced a professional APS-C camera soon, alongside a full frame shooter. Managing Director and General Manager, Tomoyoshi Shibata, has confirmed that the company is currently working on the two shooters and that more information will be revealed before long.
Panasonic G6 camera becomes official with WiFi and NFC
Panasonic has finally taken the wraps off the G6 mirrorless camera. The Micro Four Thirds system is now official, continuing the trend set by the Lumix GF6, as the shooter has borrowed its sibling’s Near Field Communications (NFC) chipset. The WiFi-ready camera also features a 16-megapixel image sensor and many more!
Panasonic G6 and LF1, and Olympus E-P5 and E-PL6 coming soon
Micro Four Thirds adopters are in for a treat as both Olympus and Panasonic are working on several new cameras. The former will launch the E-P5 and E-PL6 sometime in May, while the latter will please its fans earlier than expected, as the LF1 and G6 shooters should be revealed by the end of April, along with a new lens.
New Kodak mirrorless camera caught in action at P&E Show 2013
Kodak is on the verge of emerging out of bankruptcy. CEO Antonio Perez said that the digital imaging giant will finally get back in business sometime in mid-2013. Until then, the company has been present at the P&E Show 2013 in China, where it displayed a new mirrorless camera and the PixPro S1 Micro Four Thirds system.
Panasonic G6 and LF1 announcement date is April 24
Panasonic is working on a pair of new cameras, which should be revealed by the end of this week. It appears that the new compact and Micro Four Thirds cameras will be introduced alongside a 14-140mm lens, which will be compatible only with the latter camera. Both the G6 and LF1 cameras will feature good specs at attractive price points.
Fujifilm launching two new cameras in July 2013
Fujifilm is looking to revive its digital camera sales. According to the rumor mill, several new devices will be introduced by the Japan-based manufacturer throughout 2013. Two of the new shooters will be a part of the mirrorless segment and one of them will feature an APS-C sensor, while the other one will pack a 2/3-inch sensor.
Canon: “We have been the #1 digital camera vendor since 2003”
Canon has posted a press release in order to announce that it has been the top vendor of digital cameras with interchangeable lenses in the world since 2003. It is the 10th consecutive year the company has sold more interchangeable-lens cameras than any other competitor, said Canon, thanks to its EOS series of shooters.
Ricoh GR release date, specs, and price become official
Pentax Ricoh has finally taken the wraps off the Ricoh GR. The compact camera features a 16.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor and it is ready to compete against the Nikon Coolpix A. The Ricoh GR will start shipping as of May 2013, promising a lot of good things to mirrorless fans, who want a good shooter for a small price.
Official Ricoh GR photos unofficially leaked online
There is no doubt that Ricoh will release a new camera soon. Beside the full specifications list, an insider has leaked the press photos of the so-called Ricoh GR. The digital camera is said to feature a 16.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, along with an 18.3mm lens and is expected to be officially announced on April 17.