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New Sony Alpha SLT Coming in January 2013

Sony SLTAccording to President of Sony Hawaii (yep), Sony is ready to announce New Sony Alphs product in  January 2013

“It is the tip of the iceberg, said Okemura. “We’re going to be making some major announcements at the upcoming Winter Consumer Electronics Show. We will be showing a lot of other technologies, not just the Bravia Television, but advancements with the Play Station, also in Sony Pictures, and also in the Alpha Series cameras.”

We will update you as soon as we get more info, stay with us on twitter and facebook

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Canon DSLR and Mirrorless Coming in early 2013

Canon 70DNew rumors wave coming from Canon Rumor, Canon is expected to announce

  • New EOS-M body + Two new lenses
  • Canon 7D Mark II
  • 40+ Mp DSLR in Q1 of 2013

Just few dyas ago Canon Watch published the list of products coming on Q1 of 2013

  • New EOS Video Lenses may arrive may arrive in January 2012.
  • EOS-M Lenses (Mirrorless) in February – March. (50mm or 35mm with / fast lenses F2.8)
  • 70D and 700D before March 2013
  • 46 Mp DSLR in Q3 of 2013. (New sensor optimize for low light performance, 6fps continuous shooting speed and it will not have the “D” in its name, It said to something very new. )

from both the source we can confirm that a Canon new Canon Mirrorless model with new lenses, a Canon High End APS-C format DSLR (70D or 7D Mark II) and a 46 Mp DSLR coming in 2013.

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Nikon D5200 vs Nikon D3200

D5200 vs D3200

Nikon D5200 vs Nikon D3200, Nikon D5200 have same sensor as D3200, so what are the other major differences – see below

Nikon D5200 vs Nikon D3200

Major Feature Difference: Nikon D5200 have Same sensor as D3200 with same standard ISO Range, so the image quality will remain SAME.

Advance AF System: Nikon D3200 uses old Nikon Multi-CAM 1000 autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection, 11 focus points on the other hand Nikon D5200 uses advance Nikon Multi-CAM 4800DX autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection with 39 focus points (including 9 cross-type sensors).

Better display unit, Nikon D5200 uses a fully Fully articulated 3″ display and Nikon D3200 uses a fixed 3″ display, both have same LCD resolution of 921,000 screen dots.

Better Video Mode: With D5200 you get 60fps speed @ Full HD video recording, Nikon D3200 limited to 30fps,

Price Difference: Nikon D5200 Available at $1000 (approx), Nikon D3200 available at $596.95 (Amazon)

Conclusion:  Nikon D5200 Recommended for Videographers, Sports shooter, photojournalist and Wildlife Photographer Since both of them have same sensor, but D5200 have advance AF system and better Video mode.


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Olympus Announces 17mm F1.8 Micro Four Thirds Lens

Olympus announces 17mm F1.8 Micro Four Thirds Lens

Olympus announced today new 17mm F1.8 Micro Four Thirds Lens, the lens bright F1.8 aperture, metal body and Snapshot Focus mechanism for pan focusing with a distance indicator. to deliver stunning images the lens is composed of three aspherical lenses, including a Dual Super Aspherical element to correct aberrations, as well as a High Refractive index lens to correct high spherical aberrations. The lens also have Olympus’ exclusive ZERO (ZUIKO Extra-low Reflection Optical Coating) lens coatings are applied to the elements to reduce lens flare and ghost images even when shooting against the light.

The Lens is also optimized for video shooting, the lens have a autofocusing mechanism featuring an inner focus system to drive this single-focal-length lens for fast and quiet focusing.

The Lens is available from December with a Street Price: $499.99

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Canon 700D and 70D Before March 2013

Canon 70DCanon 2013 Product Roadmap released by CanonWatch, the rumor credibility is high since it is coming from a  reliable source, according to the roadmap Canon 70D and 700D may be announced before March 2013, but there is no word about specification of 700D and 70D, see the list of products that may arrive in 2013

Canon 2013 Product Roadmap

  • New EOS Video Lenses may arrive may arrive in January 2012.
  • EOS-M Lenses (Mirrorless) in February – March. (50mm or 35mm with / fast lenses F2.8)
  • 70D and 700D before March 2013
  • 46 Mp DSLR in Q3 of 2013. (New sensor optimize for low light performance, 6fps continuous shooting speed and it will not have the “D” in its name, It said to something very new. )

The roadmap sounds good and reasonable, Canon updates its XXXD series yearly and XXD series in every two year, about EOS-M Lenses – multiple sources confirmed that 2013 will bring new range of lenses for Canon mirrorless section, 46 Mp DSLR (hoax?) rumor started since Nikon announced its D800 DSLR, we need some images or detailed specification to confirm the arrival of  46 Mp Megapixel monster.

Stay with us on facebook and twitter, we will update you as soon as we get more info.

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Daily Inspiration: Landscapes by Mark Roberts

Take a look at Stunning and beautiful landscapes captured by Mark Roberts, Photos taken in the western usa, Camera used Canon 5D Mark II

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Dpreview confirms Nikon D600 sensor dust problem

Nikon D600 Sensor Dust - Image credit dpreview
Lot of users complaining  about the Nikon D600 sensor dust issue, now dpreview also confirmed that the new sensor attracts more dust compared to other DSLRs,

An issue that has been reported widely on the web concerns the unusual frequency with which the D600 attracts dust and/or residue on its sensor, particularly in the upper left area of an image, which of course corresponds to the bottom right portion of the actual sensor. And sure enough, shortly after we received our review sample and began our studio testing we found we had to conduct a rudimentary non-invasive sensor cleaning.

We can only speculate at this point as to the cause of the issue. What we can say is that simply blowing air did not remove all of the debris; a wet clean was required, suggesting that some contaminant may have found its way onto the sensor. We are of course, pursuing this issue with Nikon directly, and will update this review as more information comes to light.

Till now we have no reaction from Nikon, may be the next batch of camera will have modified sensor design, we will update you as we get any new information.