Hasselblad H6D Sample Images and Videos both are now available, and I have seen the samples of the camera all the images look so stunning and Sample Video of H6D created by Carl is really awesome. I recommend you to download high resolution Zip files to enjoy the image quality of the camera. Hasselblad H6D both variants features Medium format sensor CMOS sensor of 50 and 100 Megapixel. The H6D 100c is capable to record images upto 12800, the camera features 15 stops of Dynamic range and a option to record 4K videos. for full announcement click here
Hasselblad H6D Sample Image
Now the cropped portion below is snapped at 100%
The clarity and the details captured from the H6D is stunning.
Nikon 18-500mm sample images are now finally arrived and thanks for our readers for sending us the link, the Nikon 18-50mm lens as we have already said features excellent optics and a very bright aperture range that creates creamy bokeh while you shoot at tele-end.
shutter speed 2.5 seconds Aperture f / 3.5 Focal length 6.7mm (18mm equivalent) Metering mode Multi-pattern metering Shooting mode Aperture-Priority Auto Imaging sensitivity Auto (ISO 160) White balance Fine weather Picture Control Landscape Image quality mode 12-bit RAW (NEF)
In-body five-axis image stabilization works incredibly well for photos.
The ergonomics are great. It fits well in your hand thanks to the beefy grip and is an all-around positive experience carrying it.
The new forward-angled DSLR-like shutter button feels excellent to use.
There are plentiful customizable buttons on the body.
The all metal lens mount keeps the lenses feeling stiff and non-wobbly when mounted, a problem that some of the original Sony a7 and Sony a7R bodies have.
Favorable price compared to the other cameras in the Sony a7 line.
Imagine resource also reviews the Sony A7II camera, take a look at the key points below…
Superb JPEG image quality at low to moderate ISOs
Excellent sharpness with few sharpening artifacts
Very good dynamic range
Very good high ISO performance, particularly in RAW files
Excellent 5-axis image stabilization
IS capabilities with nearly any lens, native or otherwise
IS is great for stationary, handheld video
Improved handgrip and ergonomics
Improved start-up speed
Stronger, all-metal lens mount and flange from A7S
AF, particularly continuous AF, felt fast and was usable for fast-paced subjects in real-world testing
Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC
50Mbps XAVC S format video
1080/60p or 24p clean HDMI output (4:2:2 8-bit)
Simultaneous HDMI out + internal recording to memory card
Very good print quality results
The Sony A7II also received sliver award from dpreview
The Sony a7 II, as stand-alone product, is very impressive. It offers a good 24MP sensor, in a smaller-than-a-DSLR package, with robust image stabilization, an articulating screen, a very high-res EVF/ LCD, plus a host of incredibly useful video features. Custom buttons and dials are also plentiful, AF accuracy is good, and it can even subject track with a reasonable degree of success.
Sony A7 II Sample Videos
Sony A7II Video with Leica 90mm Summicron R
Sony Alpha A7II Video Test
Here is a handheld 1080p / 60p, 50 Mbps XAVC video shot with the Sony A7II and the Zeiss FE 24-70 f4.
Sony A7II hand held footage testing stabilization
Handheld footage from the Sony A7II using manual lenses so effectively only getting 3-axis stabilisation rather than 5-axis that the camera is capable of. These tests are shot on boats, motorbikes and on the street to show how the camera may be used handheld without a tripod.
Images captured via Sony A7 II camera
Nicolamaiani – Yes, I did. Via ALL kit Nikon and Sony go with a new outfit . It was not an easy choice, or because I always took with Nikon, or because the Mirrorless Fullframe have little more than a year on the shoulders, but since the machines would arrive due to change anyway because at the end of life, I said, “why not change the system? New season, new system “. So here is that I have taken 2 Sony A7 II , the 55mm f1.8 Zeiss FE and the brand new 28mm f2.0 Sony FE (which I received on the day before the wedding). Here I added 2 flash Yongnuo YN-560 MKIII and their commander, the Yongnuo YN-560tx . And with that I went for my first marriage weblog Sony.
It’s not often I see a Sony on the photo pit, but this report was completely done with a Sony A7 II. Check it out if you may! (image captured by Marco Trigo – Photographer at PT jornal) Translated webpage of PT Jornal is here
Few more sample videos surfaced over the web just after the announcement of Panasonic FZ1000 camera, the camera features 1 inch sensor and 16X Optical zoom lens, 4K recording at 30fps for more details and intro and sample 4K video see the announcement page
Samsung finally announced the long rumored NX3000 today, NX3000 is a entry level mirrorless camera from Samsung, the camera comes with a 20.3MP APS-C CMOS Sensor and thanks to the fast image processor you can shoot 20.3 MP full resolution images with 5fps of continuous shooting speed without any problem, the camera features ISO range of 100 to 25600, you can also record Full HD video @ 30 and 25 fps.
on the rear side we have a large 3.0″ 460.8k-Dot Tilting LCD Monitor that can move easily to take your selfi without any problem, you can share your images and video without any problem thanks to the NFC (Photo Beam feature) and WiFi available in Samsung NX3000.
The bundle / kit is included 20-50mm f/3.5-5.6 ED II lens and Lightroom 5, the price is approx $479.99 wuth kit lens.
Seoul, Korea – May 08, 2014 – The new NX3000 is the latest edition to Samsung’s award winning NX series of compact system camera. With state-of-the-art technical specifications housed in a retro design, the premium NX3000 is the perfect option for photography enthusiasts who want a stylish device that delivers crisp, high quality images, capturing life moments in stunning detail with ease and pleasure.
The NX3000 comes with a powerful 20.3MP APS-C CMOSSensor,1/4000 shutter speed and 5fps continuous shooting, to capture beautiful photos in crisp clarity, at any time and from any location.
With a focus on selfies, the Samsung NX3000 features a convenient 3.0-inch Flip-up Display with Wink Shot. By simply opening the screen, framing a face in the display and winking, users can turn on the device and capture the perfect selfie in one hassle-free motion.
As is standard for all of Samsung’s recently released SMART cameras, the NX3000 features industry-leading Tag & Go integration that allows for the seamless sharing of images via state of the art Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. Tag & Go allows for the use of advanced connectivity features including; Photo Beam, Remote Viewfinder Pro and Mobile Link.
The NX3000 will be available in White, Black and Brown and will be bundled with Samsung’s new compact 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 Power Zoom ED OIS Lens. This powerful yet compact and lightweight lens allows for easy and convenient zoom-shooting, delivering stunning detail in every shot. Additionally, with the 16-50mm Power Zoom lens, users can control the camera’s zoom function on their mobile device via Remote Viewfinder Pro, allowing for even more creativity.
IEEE 802.11b/g/n support (SMART Camera 3.0)
• Auto Backup
• Remote Viewfinder Pro
• MobileLink (Group share up to 4 people)
• Photo Beam
• Samsung Link
• Home Monitor＋ * Note – The availability of each service may differ by country.
Advanced Passive NFC(Wired NFC)
Bundled PC software
iLauncher, Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® 5
Micro SD,Micro SDHC,Micro SDXC, UHS-1 Micro SD
B740AE/B740AC/B740AU/B740AK * Note – The battery specifications or model may differ by country
Camera Zone compared all three – Panasonic GH4 vs 5D Mk III vs Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera video quality side by side, the Panasonic GH4 showing remarkably sharp video files compared to Canon 5D Mark III or Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, other thing should be considered is Panasonic GH4 was set to record 4K (highest quality available ) during the test, after that GH4 4K is downscaled to 1080p. .
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