Nikon J5 test stats now surfaced over the web, the Nikon J5 data is showing significant improvement over it’s predecessor, take a look at the chart below..
Nikon J5 not only showing better performance compared to the predecessor but also giving strong competition to compacts camera like RX100M3, however is Size isn’t a problem than I will recommend you to buy the Nikon J5 camera since with 10-30mm kit lens the Nikon J5 will cost you approx $496 only and you will get Nikon’s 20.8 Hybrid CMOS AF sensor , records UHD 2160p/15 and Full HD 1080p/60 Video and the camera supports Up to 60 fps Shooting, 20 fps with AF-C (continuous AF)… See Nikon J5 at B&H and Amazon.
According to latest rumors coming over the surface Sony A7000 is coming with “on sensor HDR” technology, in general cameras merges two or three different images captured at different exposures to create a HDR image, but the upcoming APS-C Sensor inside the Sony A7000 camera is rumored to have a “native HDR Mode or may be called a single shot HDR”, if it’s true than image and videos captured by the camera will have dynamic range of 15.5 stops or may be more.
We don’t have any exact information about the arrival date of the camera but the camera, like its page to get more information and updates.
The GoPro has finally announced GoPro action camera which is the most wanting, lightest and easy to carry even in pocket and hence it is the smallest and lightest action camera so far.
It is approximately half- in -size and weight compared to its predecessor HERO4 Black and Silver cameras.
Take a look at the major features
Supports 1080p60 / 1440p30 (4:3) Video
Capture 8MP Still Photos
Ultra Wide Angle Glass Lens + SuperView
Integrated Housing Waterproof to 33′
Control with GoPro App or SmartRemote
Time-Lapse and Photo Burst Modes
Auto Low Light + Protune Mode for Video
Low-Profile and Standard Frames
Flat and Curved Adhesive Mounts Included
The camera records HD videos @ 60fps and can captures full HD videos @ 30fps. It can take breath in water at the depth of 33’ (10m). It is easily controlled by one-button for both capturing video and time-lapse photos and hence improves the speed of capturing the memorable moments of the users. It can capture 8MP Single, Burst, and Time Lapse photos in impressive mode.
It has Dual Mic system which captures improved audio during fast blowing of wind and the action based on water activities by reducing the noise formation during period.
It features Built-in WiFi and Bluetooth through which the users can easily connect to GoPro App and Smart Remote for fast processing.
Its Auto image rotation offers the users the correct image orientation during recording so that they feels relax during capturing image.
It also features a New Ball Joint Buckle in the device mount, so the users can capture the stills and videos from a bit different perspective. HERO4 Session is compatible with the present GoPro mounts.
The users have to pay $399.99 MSRP to get the Hero4 via authorized GoPro retailers globally and also it will be available on GoPro.com beginning July 12, 2015.
We have the latest rumored information via NL that there is expectation that Canon will announce a new camera and two lenses on 14th August, 2015.
However no confirmed information available about the upcoming product yet .We have seen a series of rumors related to lenses & cameras by Canon for few past months which is sufficient to make us think that there is more chance that Canon will offer its latest camera and two lenses for its users who are waiting for long time.
Canon 1DX Mark II, Canon 6D Mark II and Canon 5D Mark IV, these prime machines are waiting for the upgrade, we don’t have any confirmed info at the moment but Canon 1DX Mark II is floating top on the list.
Canon 150D Update is also Overdue
We strongly believe that Canon will bring the new Canon 150D DSLR on Aug 14th, the news we got earlier via a tipster that Canon is ready to announce the Canon 150D camera in September 2015 [see here], now [again] according to Northlight website Canon may announce the 150D on August 2015… So we both websites are getting almost same time-frame for the announcement of world smallest DSLR…
Since all are based on rumor so don’t take it as confirmation. We have to wait and watch for more information related to it.
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After the announcement of the world’s first back-illuminated full-frame mirrorless camera Sony A7RII in June, 2015 now the company has released the instruction manual for the camera on its web for the user’s convenience.
As we know the camera features Exmor R CMOS sensor with a resolution of 42.4MP and due to the presence of its 399 focal plane phase detection AF points, its AF is 40% faster than its predecessor Sony A7R.
Its 42.4 MP sensor has the gapless combination on-chip lens design and anti-reflective coating on the surface of the sensor’s glass seal which results in the improvement in its light efficiency, high sensitivity with low-noise performance and wide dynamic range. It also features a native ISO range of 100 to 25600 and that can be further expanded up to ISO 50 to 1024002.
It is expected that the users can get the Sony α7R II full-frame interchangeable lens camera in August, 2015 at the cost of $3200.
The users can download Sony A7RII user’s manual as pdf file.
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We came with the two videos reviews of the recently announced Sony Alpha a7RII which was posted by a Chinese tester NTIMAGE.
The test is all about the auto focus speed of Sony Alpha a7RII with Sony FE 70-200, A-mount 70-200 f/2.8, EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM lenses.
They also tested the leaked Nikon F-mount to Sony E-mount lens adapter on Sony a7RII, and gave the confirmation of its early arrival.
After testing Sony a7RII with FE 70-200mm f/4 G OSS lens, they came to the conclusion that its AF speed is very fast.
They also tested Sony a7RII with A-mount 70-200mm f/2.8 G SSM II lens and also use LA-EA3 adapter and came with the result that the AF speed is almost similar to FE 70-200mm as used as f/4 G OSS lens.
They also showed their positive attitude towards the testing of Eye Tracking AF on a7RII and satisfied.
A read asked high ISO performance on a7RII, the reviewer replied: “Depending on the firmware version is too low, the testers were instructed not to spread a high sense of evaluation results, but privately say the high ISO performance is only slightly inferior to a7S, but better than a7R, 5-Axis SteadyShot INSIDE Stabilization is very good.“
The tester also tested Sony a7RII tested with Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM lens + MetaBones and came to the conclusion that the AF speed processing very fast.
They didn’t use Sony a7RII w/ Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8 + Nikon F-mount to Sony E-mount lens adapter because it was a prototype based and hence gave the confirmation of its early arrival.
We have the latest information that Tamron has filed a patent for full frame mirrorless lens for Sony Alpha full frame E-mount mirrorless cameras. This patent is Tamron FE 24mm f/2 VC lens and it is backed by a series of Sony FE lens patents filed in the past which includes a fresh list of Tamron FE 85MM f/1.8 VC Lens Patent for Sony FULL Frame Mirrorless, Tamron FE 90MM f/2.8 Macro Lens for Sony FF Mirrorless (120mm f/2.8, 60mm f/2.8, 180mm f/2.8, 300mm f/2.8).
Patent Details translated by google
The details of the patent as follows:-
Patent Publication No. 2015-121649
Filing date 2013.12.24
Focal length f = 24.2505 23.6710mm
Fno. 2.0600 2.1925
Half angle of view ω = 42.9614 40.9431 °
3-unit construction of positive and negative positive
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