In a recent leaked info via rumormill, we came to know that the upcoming Olympus Mark II camera will have Dual SD card slot, we already have a rumored specification of the upcoming camera take a look below
- EM1 Mk2 is definitely going to be launched at Photokina / September 2016 [Confirmed]
- Advanced High Resolution mode [Confirmed]
- 4K Video [Confirmed]
- New AF System dictated for Sports shooting / professional use
- New viewfinder
- Better Image Stabilization mode
- Big improvements in core specification compared to current E-M1 models
- Dual SD Card Slot [New]
- Price will remain same as E-M1
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Back on April in an interview Hasselblad hinted us that they are planning to announce new camera soon. Now if we look at lines of interview by WEXgraphics, we can see the hidden msg 😉 – More Surprises coming at Photokina 2016. That clearly indicates that Hassy is ready to announce interesting products in near future.
Q. Is this camera designed by or in collaboration with Fuji?
A. We have a fantastic relationship with Fuji, but this product has been completely designed, conceptualised and manufactured here in Sweden and assembled in Japan by Nittoh. Fuji has absolutely nothing to do with it
Q. Why is the price so low compared to other medium-format bodies?
A. The H camera is a modular concept, an established system that is for users that want to continually upgrade. Being mirrorless there is a price difference but we haven’t cut costs. We would like to reach more people
Q. Who is this camera aimed at?
A. It’s aimed at existing customers. But at the same time, we see the advanced amateurs as well as professionals who may want to upgrade to medium format coming to this camera
Q. How good are the new lenses?
A. These new XCD lenses have the same performance level as all of the H lenses, they are spectacular
Q. Anything for later in the year?
A. There’s more to come, but this is a milestone and a new path. But there will be more surprises at Photokina
Sigma Finally in the mood to enter in the Cinema lens market, according to latest rumor coming from rumormill We may see Cinema Lenses from Sigma Soon. But the Big Question is when Sigma is ready to enter in the Cinema world ? at the moment we can expect to see development announcement of new products this September.
The Rumor is not New
The rumor is not new on July 18, 2014 In an interview to Resource Magazine Sigma CEO Kazuto Yamaki SILENCE hinted that they are working on Cinema Lenses
“How could one of the greatest innovators of lens technology in the world not be producing lenses for high-end digital video and motion picture cameras? With such high standards, cinematographers seem like a natural market for Sigma. When I asked Kazuto about this, he simply smiled and said the two words that make every tech writer crave more: “No comment.” It looks like Sigma may still has a few more tricks up their sleeve…”
We will update you soon as we get any new information.
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Finally Nikon Discontinued the Nikon D4s camera after 18 weeks of Nikon D5 announcement. Nikon Japan website added Nikon D5 in discontinued / older model list. Nikon D4s was back on Feb 2014.
Also see Nkon D4s vs Nikon D5
source – Nikon Japan
Toshiba working on a curve sensor module for smartphones to drag out maximum image quality from available light. A curve sensor mimic human eye and its capacity to capture light remains constant throughout the sensor plane. You may also surprise to know that curve sensor requires less optical elements compared to traditional flat sensor, hence less obstacles in the path of light.
Take a look at the patent details below
Patent details – Description, self-interpretation of the patent literature
- Patent Publication No. 2016-76543
- Published 2016.5.12
- Filing date 2014.10.3
Source – egami
Bad news coming from Nikon corporation, they have again delayed Nikon A900 and B700 availability date. Earlier Nikon told us via a press release that Nikon A900 and B700 will become available to public from June 2016 but Now Nikon issued another delay for the Coolpix A900 and B700 cameras and the new release date will be in October. Both are continuously delayed due to Kumamoto earthquakes
It’s look like the DL series integrated circuit problem isn’t solved yet and in the last press release Nikon said
“The new release date has yet to be determined and we will announce the information as soon as it is decided.”
Here is the full press release:
Update on the release of the new COOLPIX A900 and B700 compact digital cameras
TOKYO – Nikon Corporation announced delays in the release of new digital cameras and the effects of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes in a press release dated April 20, 2016. The following is an update on the release of the new COOLPIX A900 and B700 compact digital cameras (announced on February 23, 2016).
On April 20, we announced that release of the COOLPIX A900 and B700 would be delayed until July as more time was required for software adjustment. However, due to the effects of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes, release of these cameras is now scheduled for October 2016.
We sincerely apologize to our customers, business partners, and all those who have expressed interest in these models for the delays.
DXOMark Lab tested out the Sony A6300 camera and the result was prodigious. If we place confidence in the text score of DXOMark Lab then undoubtedly Sony A6300 holds the crown of best APS-C camera in the market.
As you can see in the test result that Sony A6300 performing better than the Nikon D7200 during low-light test, however the overall score of Nikon is still better.
The overall score and the low-light score of Sony A6300 is better compared to the Canon 80D camera.
Undoubtedly Sony A6300 is the best APS-C sensor mirrorless camera available at the moment.
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