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Sony A7000 details

More Sony A7000 specs and price information revealed

It has been rumored for a long time that Sony is working on a new E-mount mirrorless camera with an APS-C sensor. The device should have been out by now, but it has been delayed. Either way, sources have just leaked more specs and price details about the Sony A7000, which is now said to be unveiled in August or September.

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Panasonic GX8 unveiled with 20MP Micro Four Thirds sensor

Panasonic has officially announced the Lumix GX8 mirrorless camera as the world’s first Micro Four Thirds shooter to offer an image sensor with more than 20 megapixels. The new Panasonic GX8 is also capable of recording 4K videos and it comes packed with a plethora of exciting features for advanced photographers.

Sony NEX-7 successor details

Sony A7000 mirrorless camera to offer 15.5-stop dynamic range

There is no question that Sony is leading the image sensor market in the digital imaging world. The company will not stop improving its technologies and it seems like it is working on “wowing” the world once again. The upcoming Sony A7000 mirrorless camera is rumored to employ a sensor with an impressive 15.5-stop dynamic range.

Panasonic GX7 successor rumors

Panasonic GX8 and FZ300 to be announced within a few days

Multiple trusted sources are claiming that Panasonic has scheduled a major product launch event for next week. Among the upcoming products, it is said that the Panasonic GX8 and FZ300 cameras will become official, while the 150mm f/2.8 super-telephoto prime lens will be unveiled for Micro Four Thirds fans, too.

Olympus E-M10 firmware update 1.1

Olympus E-M10 Mark II camera registered on Postel’s website

The whole world is expecting the E-M1 Mark II to become the next OM-D-series mirrorless camera to be released sometime in 2016. However, Olympus may have other plans as the name of another OM-D model has showed up on line. It is the Olympus E-M10 Mark II and it is very likely that the camera will be unveiled in Q3 2015.

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New Canon patent hints at full-frame mirrorless camera

The rumor mill has claimed a few times that Canon is working on a full-frame mirrorless camera. Sources in Japan are adding fuel to the fire, as they have discovered that the company has patented an EF/EF-S lens mount adapter that is aimed at mirrorless cameras with full-frame image sensors.

Fujifilm X-Pro1 replacement delayed

Fujifilm X-Pro2 announcement delayed once again

The delay of the Sony A7000 is claiming another victim. The rumor mill is now stating that the announcement event of the Fujifilm X-Pro2 has been postponed until the beginning of 2016. The main culprit is said to be the sensor of the Sony A7000, which is troubled by unknown issues, so the X-Pro2 cannot come out this fall.

Samsung NX Mini 2 leaked

Samsung NX Mini 2 specs, photos, and price leaked online

Worldwide stores have made a habit out of leaking Samsung-made cameras before the South Korean manufacturer gets the chance to announce them. Here is another model which has appeared online ahead of its time: the Samsung NX Mini 2. The mirrorless camera has just been leaked along with its price tag, specifications, and photos.

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Sony A7000 delayed until fall 2015 due to sensor issues

With only a few days remaining until the end of June, it is obvious that Sony will not announce the NEX-7 replacement by the end of the first half of 2015. The rumor mill has previously stated that the Sony A7000 has been delayed, but now it seems like it is not coming this summer, instead being slated for a fall 2015 announcement.

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Hasselblad Lusso coming soon as a Sony A7R remake

Hasselblad is not ready to give up on redesigning Sony cameras in spite of a recent CEO change. One of the company’s future cameras has showed up on its Chinese website under the Hasselblad Lusso moniker. The upcoming Lusso is a re-stylized Sony A7R that will be released with a wooden grip and new colors.

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First Fujifilm X-T2 rumors show up on the web

Fujifilm will be quite busy towards the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016. The company is rumored to introduce the X-Pro2 later this year, while another camera is expected to show up two to four months after the flagship X-mount model. Without further ado, the first Fujifilm X-T2 rumors have appeared on the web!

Sony A7R II

Sony A7R II mirrorless camera unveiled with exciting specs

Following plenty of rumors, Sony has introduced the A7R successor. However, the Sony A7R II is not a minor upgrade, as gossips said, instead being a major improvement over the A7R. The new model is world’s first camera with a back-illuminated full-frame sensor and it is capable of recording 4K videos without an external recorder.

Sony curved full frame CMOS image sensor

Sony testing mirrorless camera with curved sensor?

A Sony mirrorless camera with curved sensor technology could be in testing. Two separate sources are reporting that they have met with photographers testing the upcoming A7RII camera which employed a curved full-frame image sensor, leading to the speculation that a Sony camera with a curved sensor may be closer than first thought.

Fujifilm X-T1 weathersealed

Fujifilm’s upcoming X-Pro2 set to be weathersealed

Fujifilm will release another weathersealed X-mount camera this year. However, it will not serve as a replacement to the X-T1, the company’s first mirrorless camera with weathersealing. The product in question is the X-Pro2, the shooter that is poised to become the flagship X-mount model sometime during the fall of 2015.

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Sony A7RII set to be a minor upgrade over the A7R after all

The long-awaited Sony A7RII mirrorless camera will be unveiled sometime in mid-June. Before the device’s official announcement event, a trusted source has come forth to reiterate the fact that the A7R replacement will not be a major improvement over its predecessor and that the new features will be few in numbers.

Panasonic GX8 rumors

Panasonic GX8 launch date set for Q3 2015

Panasonic was supposed to reveal the Lumix GX7 successor in the first half of 2015. However, several trusted sources have debunked the claims and have said that the Micro Four Thirds camera is coming in August or September. Now, more reliable sources have confirmed that the Panasonic GX8 launch date is Q3 2015.

Sony NEX-7 successor details

Sony NEX-7 replacement to feature world’s fastest AF system

Sony’s long-expected product launch event will take place sometime in mid-June 2015. The show will mark the introduction of the Sony NEX-7 replacement and will become the flagship E-mount mirrorless camera with an APS-C sensor. Among others, the shooter is rumored to employ the world’s quickest autofocus technology.

Sony NEX-7 mirrorless camera

Upcoming Sony A6000-series camera set to replace the NEX-7

Sony has not abandoned the plans to announce its E-mount, FE-mount, and RX-series cameras. It appears that the event will take place in late May, albeit it could slip into June. Either way, it appears that the mysterious Sony A6000-series camera is actually an NEX-7 replacement, not an A6000 successor, as initially believed.

Fujifilm X-T10

Fujifilm X-T10 unveiled with new autofocus system and more

Following months of gossip talks, Fujifilm has finally introduced the cheaper version of the weathersealed X-T1 camera. The Fujifilm X-T10 is here without weathersealing, instead offering a new autofocus system along with a built-in flash among others. It will be ready in time for the summer vacation as it is coming in June.

Panasonic G7

Panasonic G7 announced with 4K support and better design

Panasonic has just revealed the long-rumored Lumix G7 mirrorless camera. The shooter is official with a 16-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor that is capable of recording videos at a resolution of 4K. Moreover, new 4K Photo modes have been introduced, while the design has been improved when compared to that of the Lumix G6.

Panasonic Lumix G7 front leaked

First Panasonic G7 photos show up on the web

In anticipation of the launch of a new Panasonic camera, a trusted source has revealed the first images of the shooter. The first Panasonic G7 photos are showing that the Micro Four Thirds camera will suffer some design changes when compared to its predecessor. Overall, it looks better and it will catch the eyes of the buyers.


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