We have published earlier that Canon upcoming flagship camera may feature high resolution sensor, the recent leaked info suggest is the upcoming camera may feature a newly developed 24MP Fullframe sensor.
Canon 1DX Mark II Major Specification (published earlier)
Higher Megapixel Sensor
Advance Autofocus System (compared to the current 61-Point High Density Reticular AF)
New Technology in Viewfinder
No information available type of image processor used.
The upcoming Canon 1DX Mark II is rumored to feature a 24 Megapixel Fullframe sensor and new image processor. With the help of new sensor and image processor the Camera will touch a new world record in shooting continuous full resolution shots with AF. The current Canon 1DX camera can shoot 14JPEG files with full AF support, No fullframe sensor based DSLR or Mirrorless camera able to touch Canon current flagship Canon 1DX 14fps speed with AF.
Crossing the 14fps limit is not an easy task, by having 24 MP resolution (compared to 18 MP of Canon 1DX) the camera will need advance image processor possibly Dual DIGIC 6+.
Canon 6D Mk II Update – According to a email we have received today from a anonymous source one of the prototype of Canon 6D Mk II features 24 MP Fullframe sensor and a subtle change in core specification compared to it’s predecessor. He also said that the prototype he is testing loaded with beta firmware and the 6D Mk II hardware performance is limited… and the end he also hinted that Upcoming Canon 1DX Mk II will have higher resolution sensor with a expandable ISO range similar to current Sony A7s camera.
According to a latest rumor published today, the upcoming Olympus E-M10 II camera may feature same 16 MP sensor as of its predecessor, we told you this and more in a post published on July 6th, 2015. Don’t expect any big jump in the specification sheet of the camera compared to its predecessor.
According to article published in Reuters, due to the less sales of Compact digital camera Canon reported a 16% fall in quarterly profit.
According to a post published on Feb 24, 2014, the sales volume of under $200 camera is less than 20% of total sales of Canon digital Cameras, Compact camera sales are all time down and not generating profit after the arrival of smartphones.
After waiting for about 4 years, there is lots of expectation that the users will now see the successor of Nikon D300S in the coming month of September, 2015. The latest rumor is surfaced over the FOX2 forum
take a look at test surfaced at the Fox2 forum
The only ‘facts’ I have been told are:
– its on its way, will be called D400, is scheduled for announcement in sept and will have a 24MP sensor.
Everything else is speculation but as it is likely to be the flagship of the cropped sensor range logic tells me that it will be a higher spec (and no doubt price) than the D7200 so would expect it to draw in quite a few of the bells and whistles from the D4s/D810 etc. What would be very desirable (for me) is a fast burst rate, group area AF, high ISO capability, fast write speed and quite a few other things I will think about over the weekend! lol
The only possible reason I think behind the delay of Nikon D400 camera was absence of a true competitor, over the past few months advance APS-C camera like 7D Mark II from Canon and NX1 from Nikon already created a different space in the APS-C cam market. Nikon D7200 specification look inferior in front of the recently announced flagship and Nikon need a flagship DSLR at this moment to continue the APS-C flagship legacy.
It is expected that Nikon D400 should be a very impressive and powerful camera compare to its predecessor Nikon D300S and there will be lots of magnificent features set for sports and wildlife shooters. It will come with 24MP APS-C Sensor comparatively superior to 12.3 MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor of Nikon D300s.
At this moment we don’t have much information till date but we expect that it will have possible 51 points AF system, ISO range upto 51200, and will also supports recording 4K UHD.
We know that Nikon will soon or later will going to announce the Nikon D400 camera. Take a look at the post published on April 11th, 2015 – Nikon D400 Will Arrive in Future
Take a look at the list of lenses recommended by DxOMark Lab, the camera feature world most advance AF technology inside, the Canon Dual pixel CMOS AF tech allows Phase detection AF during video capture,
The Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 PRO DX lens is one of the best and affordable ultra-wide zoom lens available for Canon APS-C DSLRs camera, such as Canon 750D, 70D and 7D Mark II.
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Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM ART: We don’t have any doubt in saying that the Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 is world best lens ever made for a Canon APS-C DSLR. Using this lens feels same like the 50mm F1.8 Lens gets zooming capability. We highly recommend you to get this lens as soon as possible if you are a Canon APS-C DSLR user, it will sure up-lift your photography to a new level. Buy Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM ART from Amazon | B&H
Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM: It’s really but not-so-natural to see a Canon lens topping in DXO Mark Lab examination, however if it does so that clearly means that 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 STM lens is a excellent performer and best travel lens for you. The other big advantage of particularly this lens is it uses STM motor, the step-drive-motor does silent AF and perfect for creating videos without AF noise.
Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8 DG OS HSM SPORT & Canon EF 200-400 f/4L IS USM: The Sigma 120-300mm lens and Canon EF 200-400 MM is an excellent performaer with a very heavy price tag, they are one of the best and sharpest lens of their class.
Storm chaser, Photographer and full time as a police officer in California, Jeff Boyce created a excellent Time-lapse video that catches viewer eyes for sure. To create such a beautiful time lapse video Boyce took a 5-week long break and Canon 6D with Rokinon 14mm f/2.8, Rokinon 24mm f/1.4, Tamron 24-70mm f/2.8, Tamron 70-300 f/4.5-5.6, and Canon 50mm f/1.8.
“My inspiration for photography has always been a desire to capture something spectacular, something unusual, and something unique. This drives me to stand in the path of a violent tornado or in the middle of intense lightning storms, to stay up all night under the stars exposing the hidden Milky Way, or to drive 800 miles in a day in search of something breathtaking…..Jeff Boyce”
Panasonic installed a photo booth in in Osaka and used 120 Lumix DMC-GH4 cameras to make the effective 3D figurine portraits . Through ultra fast 3D scanning with limited time frame of 1/1000 sec, the image of the subject captured is sharp even if it will be in motion , hanging in the air or any other position.
Video in Japanese.
To obtain the 3D portraits, the cameras are arranged in grid pattern covering the floor to ceiling of the booth facing towards the walls of the cylindrical booth. It is synchronized in such a way that the trigger of the camera goes on every one millionth of a second. In this process it collects 2 billion pixels of information and results in 1/10th life-size images.
The figurines are optional, and cost 55000 yen, plus tax, which is about $450/£280. For more information see the Panasonic Japan press release and watch a promotional video – both in Japanese.
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