Samsung Galaxy S5 zoom images surfaced over the web, the S5 rumored name is galaxy “S5 K” and run Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS. It also feature a 4.8-inch display with a 720×1280 pixel resolution.
The leaked core specification says -
- Android 4.4.2 KitKat
- 4.8-inch display (720×1280 pixel resolution)
- Samsung SM-C115 packs in 1.3GHz hexa-core (Samsung Exynos 5 Hexa)
- Mali-T624 GPU
- 2GB of RAM
- 19-megapixel camera (possibly with ISOCELL Technology)
The Smartphone Zoom camera is rumored to be announced on April 29, 2014.
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Leica T type 701 Full Details Leaked accidentally by Leica, the website appread for few seconds and few spartan captured all things before the website was vanished…
“A large APS-C sensor with 16.5 megapixels ensures colour fidelity, the finest details and pictures with exceptional brightness and clarity, even in unfavourable lighting conditions. And even on large-format screens. And for pin-sharp videos in full HD resolution. Top performance at the press of a button. Fast, precise and almost silent autofocus. Exactly like the newly developed image processor, which instantaneously displays the results on the big touchscreen display.
The integrated Wi-Fi module lets you transfer pictures directly from your Leica T to a smartphone, tablet PCs or computer. With the ease of wireless communication. You can also share your pictures quickly and easily on social media or by email with the Leica T app for iOS or the Browser Gallery on Android devices. Particularly practical: With the remote function of the Leica T app, you can, for example, use your smartphone or tablet PC as an electronic viewfinder and shoot with your Leica T by remote control.”
The art of engineering and craftsmanship. Individual and exclusive. Values that have been inextricably associated with the Leica name for more than 100 years.
Values that are united in the new T-System – and are experienced in every detail. From the very beginning, the guiding principle behind the design, the use and the handling of the Leica T-System was the creation of sheer joy. The joy of photography. With its unique design and lenses that are unrivalled in its segment. Crafted and assembled by hand. A new step forwards for Leica photography. And never before has it felt so good.
Love at first touch, happy forever. The new Leica T
Built according to the traditions of the art of engineering. The Leica T-System is the world’s first camera with a body made completely of aluminium. Machined from a single block of solid metal and polished by hand for 45 minutes. The outcome: the innovative and groundbreaking unibody – unique in both look and feel.
Less is more. More joy. The new Leica T
Absolute perfection is only achieved when nothing more can be omitted. We and our partner, Audi Design, systematically followed this strict policy to develop the Leica T. Form follows function. What’s more, it supports it too. To achieve this, we subtracted the superfluous and reduced what remained to the essentials.
Never before has taking a Leica picture been so easy. The new Leica T
A large touchscreen. Four haptic control elements. A logically designed, intuitive und ergonomic handling concept. The Leica T needs nothing else. Never before has it been so easy to understand a camera. And to use it. Created to let you concentrate on your pictures. To maximise the joy of photography. To get the perfect picture.
Fullfills the Highest Expectations
In the development of the new Leica-T system, we let ourselves be guided by values that have been strongly associated with the Leica name for more than 100 years. Dedication to innovation. Passion for technology. Love of design. Nevertheless, our steps took us down entirely new roads. We reduced everything to the essentials and never lost sight of our clearly defined objective: to create a camera that places the sheer joy of photography back in your hands.
More accessories. More options
The T-System offers dedicated photographers technical accessories to intensify the sheer joy of photography. Expand your creative horizons! The original accessories follow the same principles as the Leica T – a reduction to the essentials. We have subtracted the superfluous to concentrate on what’s essential. The perfect picture. And the sheer joy it brings.
The Leica T-System follows its own unique principle of reduction to the essence – and complete dedication to the joy of photography.
A clear and precise focus is essential to the nature of photography. Denial is not a suitable beginning, but fusion certainly is. A fusion of style, true craftsmanship and simple handling – a symbiosis of the best. Discover the whole story – and how Leica and the Leica T break entirely new ground in the world of photography. In this film, the story is told in the very personal words of Dr Kaufmann, the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Leica Camera AG. The New Leica T-System.
Less is more. More joy of photography.
The system is totally convincing. In its reduction to the essentials. Both in its design and its inner technologies. It has everything it needs and nothing more. Minimised, yet so perfect. Never before has taking pictures been this easy. And never before has it felt so good. Find inspiration in the pictures and look forward to seeing many more.
Leica T type 701 in Yellow colors
Leica T701 in True Black color
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Lytro announces its second light-field camera today, the camera comes with massive hardware upgrade compared to it predecessor, the new Illum camera features Custom-designed 40-megaray light field 1″ sensor (4X bigger than its predecessor) and a F2 (constant aperture) based 30-250mm (8X) fixed zoom lens.
The bigger sensor and a bright lens will allow lytro to create images with more depth and details, other new pro-features include full manual controls like Program, ISO priority, shutter priority. The Illum runs on android OS and features built in WiFi connectivity, on the rear side we have 4-inch articulating touchscreen LCD with 800×480 pixel resolution.
You can pre-order your camera from Lytro’s @ $1,499. Current Lytro owners can get $200 off the purchase price.
Mountain View, Calif. – (April 22, 2014) – Lytro, Inc. revealed today its powerful vision for the future of photography with the unveiling of LYTRO ILLUM, a light field camera and software platform designed to redefine the way we portray the world around us. Built to harness the full power of the light field, the professional-grade LYTRO ILLUM will give photographers a new medium capable of capturing visual experiences in their purest form — not as a static cross-section of reality but an authentic, interactive window into their world.
The camera paves the way for an immersive brand of storytelling in which images can be brought to life in multiple dimensions through Light Field Photography — a transformative new category that empowers artistic creation and expression beyond what is possible in the 2D world of digital and film. In capturing the color, intensity and direction of every light ray flowing into the camera, LYTRO ILLUM provides a massive amount of visual information that allows photographers to recreate sights and scenes on a truly experiential canvas.
“With LYTRO ILLUM, creative pioneers — ranging from artistic amateurs to experienced professionals — will tap into a new wave of graphical storytelling. Now artist and audience alike can share an equally intimate connection with the imagery, and, in a sense, jointly participate in the magic of its creation,” said Lytro CEO Jason Rosenthal. “By combining a novel hardware array with tremendous computational horsepower, this camera opens up unprecedented possibilities to push the boundaries of creativity beyond the limits inherent in digital or film photography.”
To enable such rich, layered compositions, LYTRO ILLUM delivers unparalleled optical versatility by merging custom-built hardware with a powerful software platform. The camera offers a 40-megaray light field sensor, 8x optical zoom range, constant f/2.0 aperture and a high-speed shutter capable of freezing motion under a wide variety of conditions. After image capture, the innovative software platform empowers photographers to adjust aspects of images that were previously fixed, such as focus, tilt, perspective shift and depth of field, which allows the photographer to create images that will resonate for the viewer not just in one dimension, but in every dimension.
“My photography style pushes me to look for ways to tell a more compelling story with every image. LYTRO ILLUM gave me that ability by incorporating an interactive element that captures different visual touch points at every depth,” said Kyle Thompson, a Chicago-based photographer known for his surreal conceptual style and
one of the early users of the camera. “With LYTRO ILLUM, I’ve been able to make a multi-dimensional image with more perspectives to explore.”
LYTRO ILLUM’s totally unique photographic experience reflects the technological revolution around virtual reality and 3D graphics as powerful new storytelling formats in the Digital Age. In the hands of creative pioneers, the camera is a catalyst for a transformational shift in which the world will increasingly look for opportunities to craft a more immersive artistic experience.
“Light Field Photography is following the classic pattern for a transformational concept,” said Lytro founder Dr. Ren Ng. “The original Lytro camera, which launched in 2012, introduced an entirely new era in photography. LYTRO ILLUM will advance this movement to a new level. We are very excited by the potential of this camera to ignite a photography revolution on the magnitude of the transformation from film to digital.”
In addition to enabling post-capture image adjustments, LYTRO ILLUM’s proprietary software platform enables users to view images in 3D, build custom animations, export images into common formats like JPEG and share to the Web or mobile devices. LYTRO ILLUM’s workflow is also compatible with existing photo-editing suites like Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom software and Apple’s Aperture software, allowing creative pioneers to use the tools they already know and love.
LYTRO ILLUM Availability
The LYTRO ILLUM camera will ship starting July 2014 for a retail price of $1,599.
Lytro Illum Specification
Technology: Lytro Light Field Sensor and Lytro Light Field Engine v2.0
Weight: Camera 33.15 oz | 940 grams Battery 3.17 oz | 90 grams
Camera Dimensions: 3.38 in x 5.7 in x 6.5 in | 86 mm x 145 mm x 166 mm
Body: Magnesium and Aluminum
Grip and lens rings: Silicone
Lens: 8x zoom, 30 – 250 mm eqivalent focal length; constant f/2 aperture
Max Shutter Speed: 1/4000 sec
Controls: Power button; shutter button; Lytro button; zoom control (electronic ring);
focus control (electronic ring); front and rear dials; AE-L, AF, Light Field
Hyperfocal and custom buttons; touchscreen
Display: 4 in | 101.6mm, 480 x 800, articulating back-lit LCD with glass touchscreen
Exposure Control: Program, ISO Priority, Shutter Priority, Manual
Depth Assist Features: Depth Scale, Depth Histogram, Depth Overlay, Spot Depth Feedback
File Output: Light Field Picture file
Light Field Resolution: 40 Megarays: the numbers of light rays captured by the light field sensor.
(internet access required).
Picture Viewing: View and interact with living pictures on the Lytro camera as well as any
supported computer, smartphone or tablet.
Software: Includes a free desktop application for importing, processing and interacting with
living pictures from the camera. Software requires Mac OS 10.8.5 or higher or
Windows 7 or 64-bit Windows 8.
Battery: Removable Li-Ion battery
Storage Media: SD memory card slot
E-waste: RoHS certified
Box Dimensions: approx. 8.07 in x 8.07 in x 8.07 in | 205 mm x 205 mm x 205 mm
Included: Lytro Illum Camera; battery, battery charger, mirco USB 3.0 cable, lens cap,
lens hood, cleaner cloth, strap points, strap
Lytro Illum Software Platform
• Virtual camera controls in post-processing, including aperture focus and perspective adjustments and physically accurate tilt control
• Instantly displays 3D photos on 3D-capable devices
• Integrated sharing to leading social networks including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+
• Library of drag-and-drop cinematic animations, including pan, zoom, focus and perspective shift
• Interactive depth assist
• Workflow is compatible with existing photo-editing suites like Adobe’s Photoshop and Lightroom software and Apple’s Aperture software
Take a look at the list of rumored camera that may be announced on Q2, Q3 and Q4 of 2014. The next possible announcement will be Nikon 1″ inch sensor compact camera… Nikon P700 and Nikon P8000.. take a look at the more details
Nikon Coolpix P8000
Nikon P8000 is a compact camera coming with 1″ sensor, take a look at the rumored specification below
- New 1″ Sensor made by Aptina technology
- 24- 120mm equivalent f/2.0 – 3.0 lens with 3 ED and 1 ASP glass elements (could be even faster: f/1.8 – 3.0)
- Maximum shutter speed: 1/8000 sec
- Expeed 3 / Expeed 4 image processor
- 1″ inch sensor (first Coolpix with 1″ sensor)
- 3.0″ LCD screen
- P A S M mode
- Magnesium body
- Comfortable grip
The possible date of announcement is April-May 2014.
Nikon Coolpix P700
There will also be a new megazoom camera with large 1 inch sensor, (Sony RX10 competitor) Nikon Coolpix P700 compact ultra zoom camera. Here are the rumored specs:
- Same sensor as
- 1″ Aptina made sensor
- Expeed 4 image processor
- Lens: 24-2000mm f/3.5 – 8.5 (full frame equivalent)
- 3.5″ LCD screen
- All magnesium body with a big grip
- 1.3 kg/45.8 oz
Nikon D2300 Rumored Specification
The Nikon D2300 is a entry level camera below Nikon D3200, Nikon is preparing to announces Canon SL1 competitor very soon.,
- Small DSLR similar as Canon SL1 camera
- possibly coming without optical viewfinder
- Weight: 290g
- Announcement in May 2014
The Nikon D2300 is the third camera coming
Nikon D9300 is actually Nikon D400 camera (Nikon D300s successor), the camera will feature specification above Nikon D7100, expected to be announced on Q4 of 2014 or Q1 of 2015.
Nikon D800X Rumored Specification
- 35.9 x 24.0mm CMOS FX Format Sensor (same sensor as Nikon D800)
- EXPEED 4 Image Processor
- No optical low-pass filter
- Standard ISO up to 25600
- 3.2″ LCD Monitor
Expected to be announced on Q1 and Q2 of 2015
Lenses to be announced Soon
- Nikon 1 series macro Mirrorless lens expected to be announced at Q4 of 2014.
- Nikkor AF-S 300mm f/4G VR, no available info
- 16mm fisheye lens – coming on end of year
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Canon Hong Kong published a new teaser on their Facebook page, according to the teaser a new product is coming on April 24, 2014. The teaser text written below the image is quoting Jun’ichirō Tanizaki, (famous writer).
Beauty lies not in objects, but in the interaction between the shadow and light created by objects.
We don’t have any details yet, but the image above doesn’t excite me…
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Canon may announce two new Tilt-Shift lenses at Photokina show, the one of the lens will directly replace the current 45mm f/2.8 and the other one will be a new lens with long focal length.
The upcoming lenses will have new features (possibly IS?), we will update you as soon as we get any new information..
Yes Canon will also announce bunch of DSLRs see latest rumor here
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It’s almost confirmed that the upcoming camera will possibly feature 20.3MP APS-C CMOS Sensor, 180 AMOLED Tilt Touch Screen Display (like NX300M), and Hybrid Auto Focus System.
The NX3000 will arrive with 16-50 F3.5-5.6 lens, expected to be announced anytime soon.
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