Today DXO Mark published the list of best zoom and prime lenses for the astonishing Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera. The Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera features excellent core specification and some online reports also said that the camera can provide camera shake upto 6 stops in certain condition.
To me the Olyumpus E-M1 Mark II camera is the best still Micro Fourthird camera available today, no one can compete the specification of the E-M1 Mk II for now.
The well Know DXO Mark Lab published the list of best lenses available for Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera, just have a look.
Best Prime and Zooms for the Olympus E- M1 Mark II
Best prime lenses available for Olympus E-M1 Mark II
Canon EOS M6 product images are finally leaked today, as you can see the camera does have vert sleek body design as followed by other EOS M series camera. No viewfinder like Canon EOS M5 but yes, it does have a built-in flash.
On the left side of the camera you can the Camera is does offering extensive manual controls to users. We have wide LCD screen on the rear side tilting design (85° up, 180° down) to better enable working from high and low angles.
We were expecting the announcement of Canon EOS M6 on CP+ show but it can happen earlier also. However we will sure bring the detailed specification of the camera very soon till then stay with us on our social channels.
Panasonic GH5 More test videos surfaced over the web, these sample video include a series of test videos that include 180fps 1080p Test, 10 bit vs 8 bit and High ISO test. Panasonic GH5 is a wonder machine for filmakers and even still shooter from the time of announcement the GH5 has become one TOP seller camera of B&H Store. Now Let’s look at some test video of the marvelous Panasonic GH5 camera
1. Panasonic Lumix GH5 180fps 1080p Test
2. Testing the GH5 – 10 bit vs 8 bit, 180fps & gamma profiles
3. Panasonic GH5 – High ISO Test
Well all these video do have very good amount of information and will give you a bit more closer look to your fav machine. If you want to see more High ISO test you can click here
DXO Mark tested out Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera and it topped the chart of test scores and become the #1 4/3 format camera ever tested at DXOLAB.
The lowlight performance of the E-M1 Mark II camer even crossed out the Sony made IMX269 sensor score that is being used inside in Panasonic GX8 camera. The Low light performance of the camera is as good as Nikon D500 camera and way better then Canon 80D is we believe the test scores of the LAB.
Olympus E-1 Mark II vs. Sony A6500
While comparing with Sony A6500 the scores of the E-M1 Mark II camera look bit inferior to the A6500 camera. But, still the test score of the E-M1 II looks very promising.
Olympus E-1 Mark II vs. Canon 7D Mark II
Olympus E-M ark II camera showing a big difference in test scores when compared with 7D Mark II camera. Despite of having a smaller sensor
While many Canon users complain DXO give biased results when they test a Canon camera, but Canon itself never issued a statement related to that. It’s also true that DXO Mark test results are used today by many comparison engines worldwide. Hence, they have a big impact on overall camera sales worldwide.
and a final look with Nikon D500
Olympus E-M1 mark II test scores are very close to Nikon D500 DSLR. It’s true that Olympus set’s up a new standard of 4/3 format sensor.
Fujifilm X-T20 is one of the best camera Fuji ever made if you compare the Price vs. The specification of the camera. It’s Fuji first mirrorless camera to offer you a X-Trans III sensor inside $899 body.
Not only X-Trans sensor the camera also features X-Processor Pro Image Processor under the same hood and a option to record 4K video. The camera features 91 points AF system that can be further 325 AF points. More about Fuji X-T20
Fuji X-T20 announced today, we have told you few months ago that Fuji X-T2 trim-out version will arrive with the same sensor as of X-T2 and finally it’s here.
The camera features III gen X-Trans sensor and do have the ability to record 4K videos @ 30fps. The camera features ultra fast AF speed 0.06 sec which is approx 0.01 sec behind the Sony A6500 and Panasonic GH5 camera.
On the rear side of the camera we have 3.0 inch 1.04M-dot tilting TFT color LCD touchscreen monitor and 0.39 inch 2,360K-dot OLED color viewfinder.
The camera is highly compatible with 24 high-performance FUJINON X-mount lenses for ultimate versatility
The new FUJIFILM X-T20 Body (Black and Silver) will be available in February 2017 in the U.S. and Canada for USD $899.95 and CAD$1,199.99. The X-T20 Body with XF18-55mm Lens Kit will be available for USD $1,199.95 and CAD $1,599.99; the X-T20 Body with XC16-50mm Lens Kit will be available for USD $999.95 and CAD $1,299.99.
According to a Japanese Mag Pentax is planning to re-enter in Mirrorless Market with it’s M-E Mirrorless camera (Name isn’t confirmed yet) that expected to be announced in next few months, possibly after the announcement of Pentax K-P DSLR.
The original M-E camera camera was announced on late 1970, a classic 35mm camera. Pentax is gearing up again to re-create the legacy of M-E film camera with M-E Mirrorless camera
Pentax M-E Rumored Specification
20.1 / 24 MP APS-C CMOS Sensor
Ultra compact Retro body
AA Filter Simulator
Coming with K-mount Adaptor
Flipped LCD Monitor
Pentax M-E isn’t first mirrorless camera, Pentax announced its first mirrorless camera Q on 2011. The Pentax Q was the world smallest mirrorless camera ever made by having a 1/2.3″ (6.17 x 4.55 mm). After Q camera Pentax announced Q10, Q7 and Q-S1. The last Q-S1 mirrorless camera was announced on 2014 and after that Pentax halted it’s production due to low demand.
(Thanks Mario Groleau) After Pentax Q Pentax announced K-01 Mirrorless camera on 2012 with same APS-C sensor that was used inside the Nikon D7000 DSLR and Pentax K-5 camera. But Pentax also discontinued it’s K-01 camera after some time.
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