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Canon Fullframe Mirrorless to use EF Lenses


Canon Fullframe mirrorless camera more details are coming out as the announcement time is coming closer. According to recent rumors Canon upcoming Mirrorless camera will have EF Mount and hence use EF lenses. And keep in mind they will not arrive new new mount.

The same source also suggested that Canon is also working on a Fullframe compact mirrorless camera with a fixed lens that will compete with Current Sony RX1R series camera.

The Canon Fullframe compact camera  will arrive before the Fullframe mirrorless system camera, FF Mirrorless announcement will begin from Q4 of 2017.

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Sigma Patent - 8mm F1.8 Fisheye For MFT System

Sigma new 8mm F1.8 Fisheye lens patent surfaced over web for M4/3 system cameras. Take a look at the details below


Self-interpretation translated via gogle

Patent Publication No. 2016-184136
Published 2016.10.20
Filing date 2015.3.27
Example 7
INF 120mm
Focal length 7.90 7.60
F-number 1.82 1.83
Full angle of view 2ω 197.08 197.08
The image height Y 11.60 11.71

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Download Sony A6500 Camera User Manual, PDF Guide


Sony A6500 camera is a successor Sony A6300 camera and does contain a lot of improvement compared to A6300. We all know that Sony A6300 was having overheating issue while recording 4K videos.

But the Sony A6500 is free from any overheating issue, During video recording test Sony A6500 performed very well compared to Sony A6300.

Sony A6500 user manual is under preparation and will go live soon — Sony support page

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Fuji X100F to have 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III Sensor


Rumors and Leaks related to Fuji X100T successor is coming from past few months that X100F will arrive as X100T successor over many websites world-wide. But today a anonymous source told us that the upcoming Fuji X100T successor will carry same sensor as of X-Pro 2 and X-T2. The same source also told us that Fuji is preparing to announce a new compact camera with 1 inch X-Trans Sensor.

As we all know the X100T Successor name is X100F so Fuji may keep it’s upcoming 1″ compact camera name as Fuji XF2 or may be Fuji X40, however the Fuji XF2 name look more feasible to me.

Fuji already created a big-bang in mirrorless market by announcing Fuji X-Pro 2 and XT2 camera in the year 2016. The Fuji X-Trans II sensor, X-Processor Pro Engine and advance core specification created a new benchmark of performance in mirrorless world. So we do expect Fuji give big surprises to it’s users.

So the list of camera that Fuji will announce in near future

  1. Fuji X100F
  2. Fuji X40 / Fuji XF2
  3. Fuji X-T20

But we shouldn’t forget that Fuji XT10 successor arrival is accustomed. We have published earlier that Fuji will announce a trim-out version of Fuji X-T2 camera as Fuji X-T20 in 2017. You can see Fuji X-T20 Rumor here

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Get Olympus E-M5 II PROFESSIONAL Kit and Save $1000+


Olympus pro kit is available in via Olympus itself. The pro kit includes Olympus OMD E-M5 Mark II camera with M.12-40mm f2.8PRO lens, M.40-150mm f2.8 PRO lens, M.7-14mm f2.8 lens and the package also includes CBG-10 System bag, BLN-1 battery, and HLD-8 grip.

If you order them separately you will have to pay approx –  $5123, but if order altogether (PRO Kit) via Olympus you have to pay $4,018.48. That’s you save $1195.

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KODAK EKTRA - Photographers Smartphone


Kodak announced new Photographers smartphone named Ektra. Let’s do some research. The Ektra camera was actually a film camera introduced  back on 1941.

According to Kodak the new Ektra is a photography focused Smartphone. And yes it’s actually true to some extent.\Kodak really done a lot of work to design the control and interface of the Smartphone that resembles with today’s compact camera. As you can see the image the Smartphone features physical jog dial button where you can select the type of mode you want, including Manual where you can select exposure, ISO, focus, white balance and shutter speed.


The camera isn’t anything like Nokia lumia 1020 or highest rated Google pixel Smartphone. The module inside the Kodak Ektra is Sony IMX230 camera module used by Xperia Z4 Smartphone (Announced on May 26, 2015). The IMX230 camera module features 21-megapixel (MP) main camera with f2.2 aperture lens and 192 AF points for Fast Auto focusing and built in HDR recording capabilities.

As far as I know the same camera module is being currently used on Lenovo Vibe X3, Motorola Moto X Style.

The specification of the Smartphone is really impressive since it’s features MediaTek Helio X-20 10-core processor, On the rear side of the Smartphone we have 21 MP camera as we have discussed earlier and on

a 13MP front-facing camera, 3,000mAh battery, 3GB RAM, 32GB in-built storage, and a USB Type C charger. It will ship with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Leica Q Compact Camera Titanium Gray Edition

New Leica Q image
Lecia today announced the Titanium Gray Edition of its Q (Typ 116) full-frame compact camera. The core specification of the camera remains same as of black version. The cost of the camera is not same. For Titanium Gray Edition you have to pay £3800 and for a normal black version £3200/$4250.

The Leica Q ‘Titanium gray’ is scheduled to be available from mid-November 2016, at a suggested retail price of £3,800 including VAT. Full product specifications can be found at:

Along with the camera Leica also introduced Summaron 2.8cm F5.6 lens

New Leica 28mm lens image

Leica Refreshes the miniature Summaron 2.8cm F5.6 lens for the M system and its name will be Summaron-M 28mm F5.6. The company decided to keep the optical formula of the lens same as of the older version. But they do tweaked the 50+ year old lens to deliver exif details when paired with modern days camera. The lens controls has been redesigned to match the design of current generation of Leica M lenses.

A text from the press release

The optical design and mechanical construction of the Summaron-M 28 mm f/5.6 are identical to those of its predecessor, which was manufactured at the Leitz factory in Wetzlar until 1963. The perfect fusion of the latest optical developments, such as the highest quality finishing and manufacturing techniques, with this classic optical design make this new edition of the Summaron-M 28 mm f/5.6 much more than a reconstruction of an existing lens. While only slightly modernizing the shape and design of the lens, the new version of the Summaron-M 28 mm f/5.6 is reduced to the essentials but loses none of the character of its legendary ancestor. Its exceptionally short length of less than two centimeters makes it incredibly unobtrusive, and together with the inherent unassuming nature of a Leica M it is an ideal lens for street photography. The combination of a clearly laid out depth of field scale and long focus throw allow for very precise and easy zone focusing.

Customers wishing to purchase a Leica Summaron-M 28 mm f/5.6 lens must place a pre-order with a Leica Store, Boutique or Dealer. Deliveries will follow according to the sequence in which the orders are received. Due to the strong demand, long delivery times must be taken into account, especially in the first few months.