Samsung NX2000 Tizen / Android camera passes through the FCC
Samsung’s NX2000 smart camera has been leaked once again. This time, the Android or Tizen-powered shooter is seeking the approval of the Federal Communications Commission, in order to be able to use its WiFi 802.11n chipset. The mirrorless camera will feature a 20.3-megapixel sensor and should be released in the coming weeks.
Samsung NX2000 Android camera photo leaked on the web
An image of an unannounced Samsung camera has been leaked online. The device appears to be powered by the Android operating system and an image sensor with a higher-megapixel count than that of the original Galaxy Camera. The leak is suggesting that the Samsung NX2000 release date is getting closer and closer.
Canon EOS M Bay Blue edition officially revealed
Canon Japan took its time to introduce a new color option for the EOS M camera. It is the fifth color version of the mirrorless shooter and it is entitled Bay Blue. The new Canon EOS M will become available on the market in two week’s time. However, the differences between Bay Blue and the other four choices are limited to their appearance.
Sony NEX-7n, Olympus E-PL6, Panasonic LF1 and G6 coming soon
Activity on the digital camera market is expected to intensify over the next couple of months. Three new companies are allegedly working on new camera models. The list of organizations include Sony, Panasonic, and Olympus, all of them trying to grab a little bit more market share from the giants, such as Canon and Nikon.
Fufjifilm X-Pro2 TBA this June with a new hybrid viewfinder
Fujifilm will keep itself busy this year, inside sources say. An insider has revealed that the Japanese company is actively working on a replacement for the X-Pro1 mirrorless cameras. The device should go by the name of X-Pro2 when it becomes available this June, alongside a new hybrid viewfinder and other novel features.
Panasonic GF6 camera with NFC and WiFi becomes official
Panasonic has finally decided to make the Lumix DMC-GF6 mirrorless shooter official. As expected, the GF6 is world’s first interchangeable lens camera to come packed with NFC functionality. The Micro Four Thirds system is a welcomed upgrade from its previous generation, as it also provides a 16-megapixel image sensor and WiFi support.
Panasonic GF6 release date, price, and specs leaked
Panasonic is going to hold a press event on April 9 in order to announce a new camera. However, the upcoming device does not have any secrets, as its details have been leaked several times. However, this tops it all, as the Lumix GF6 has had its white version, release date, price, and photos leaked on the web.
Panasonic GF6 to be announced on April 9 at NAB 2013
Panasonic will be present at the National Association of Broadcaster Show 2013 in order to announce the brand new Lumix DMC-GF6. The mirrorless camera has just passed certification in Taiwan. It seems like the Micro Four Thirds System will replace the aging Lumix DMC-GF5 during a special press event in Las Vegas on April 9, 2013.
Panasonic Lumix GH3 firmware update 1.1 now available for download
Panasonic has finally released firmware update 1.1 for its Lumix DMC-GH3 camera. The mirrorless shooter is now faster when autofocusing, though users will also have to upgrade their lenses. The Micro Four Thirds system can also be connected to WiFi by entering a Mac’s NetBIOS name, as of this software upgrade.
Sony and Panasonic announcing new mirrorless cameras in early April
April will greet photography fans with several new product announcements from Sony and Panasonic. If Sony reveals a new mirrorless camera on April 3, then Panasonic will introduce two new Micro Four Thirds shooters on April 9. However, there are still chances that the shooters will be revealed during NAB 2013.
Nikon 1 V1 mirrorless camera can record 4k videos at 60fps
The Nikon 1 V1 is capable of an achievement that more expensive cameras cannot accomplish. The mirrorless camera can record 4k videos at 60 frames per second, thanks to its Aptina image sensor and electronic viewfinder. A Spanish film maker demonstrated the capabilities of the shooter by uploading a 2.4k video on Vimeo.
Nikon now listing unannounced 1 Nikkor 32mm f/1.2 lens on its website
In recent times, multiple digital imaging product manufacturers have decided to skip past an official announcement in order to introduce a new creation. The latest company to perform such an act is Nikon, which has begun listing the 1 Nikkor 32mm f/1.2 lens on its USA website, even if the optic is a no-show.
Samsung NX1100 mirrorless camera released for pre-order
In an unexpected turn of events, the Samsung NX1100 is now available for pre-order at B&H. The mirrorless camera has not been officially announced by the South Korean manufacturer, but the company recently published its user manual online. Well, now the shooter can be pre-ordered in black or white colors.
Nauticam unveils NA-EOSM underwater housing for Canon EOS M
Nauticam has announced a new underwater housing. It is aimed at Canon EOS M users and will allow oceanographers to take the mirrorless camera to depths of 100 meters. The Nauticam NA-EOSM underwater housing for the Canon EOS M is scheduled to become available in the United States as of March 20, 2013.
Olympus E-P5 and Sony NEX-7n coming in late April
Olympus is preparing to make another appearance on the Micro Four Thirds camera with the launch of a replacement for the E-P3, while Sony will unveil a successor for the NEX-7 mirrorless shooter very soon. Multiple trusted sources have confirmed that the E-P5 and NEX-7n cameras will be announced in late April.
More Sony NEX-7n specs and new details leaked on the web
A new mirrorless camera is being cooked in the oven by Sony. The Japanese corporation is actively working to release a direct replacement for the NEX-7. The latest details leaked on the web are confirming what we had already known: the Sony NEX-7n will be announced in April with a new 24-megapixel image sensor.
Samsung NX1100 manual published online ahead of official announcement
Samsung is preparing to announce a replacement for the very unpopular NX1100 mirrorless camera. There are plenty of details to confirm this, including the fact that the NX1100 user manual has been published online on the official German website of the Japanese manufacturer, inviting everybody to come and download it.
Sony and Olympus to announce new cameras soon?
Sony will release a new mirrorless camera in the following weeks. The shooter is rumored to feature a full-frame image sensor. Moreover, Olympus is also said to be on the verge of announcing a new camera. It appears a new Micro Four Thirds system will be unveiled this April, with an expected shipping date of June / July 2013.
Panasonic SZ5 and SZ9 firmware update 1.1 available for download now
Panasonic has chosen March 2013 as the perfect month to release firmware updates for several of its cameras. The Japan-based company has launched firmware update 1.1 for both the DMC-SZ5 and DMC-SZ9, while the Lumix GH3 and three lenses are scheduled to receive a software upgrade by the end of March.
Olympus and Panasonic to launch new Micro Four Thirds cameras in April
Olympus is losing money with its digital camera business, while Panasonic has returned to profitable ways. Both companies are trying to keep up the pace with the big guys and the only way to do this is by announcing new gear. Olympus and Panasonic fans may get what they deserve this April, courtesy of new Micro Four Thirds cameras.
Sony NEX-7n with new 24-megapixel sensor to be revealed this April?
After announcing the SLT-A58 and NEX-3N cameras and three new lenses, Sony is rumored to reveal a new mirrorless shooter in early April. A source has confirmed that the Sony NEX-7n will be unveiled in April, with an entirely new 24-megapixel image sensor and new internal design that should get rid of the overheating issues.