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Fuji X-T20 Sample Image

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

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Shooting Mode Manual
Image Size 3000 x 2000
Sensitivity ISO 800
Dynamic Range 100%
Aperture F1.4
Shutter Speed 1/250
Lens Focal Length 16.0mm
White Balance Daylight
Film simulation PROVIA
Lens Modulation Optimizer ON
Lens XF16mmF1.4 R WR

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Fujifilm GFX 50S Shipping to Start From March 2017

Fujifilm GFX 50SFujifilm GFX 50S formal announcement was made on September 20 2016, but from yesterday the camera is available for pre-order in several online stores worldwide. Along with the camera three lenses are also available for pre-order

Products Price Buying Links

GFX-small-cameraFuji GFX 50S

$6499 B&H | Amazon

  MG-63mm Fujifilm – GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens Fujifilm

$1499  B&H | Amazon

MF-120mm

Fujifilm – GF 120mm f/4 Macro R LM OIS WR Lens

$2699 B&H | Amazon
MF-32-64mm

Fujifilm GF 32-64mm f/4 R LM WR Lens

 $2,299 B&H | Amazon

Fuji is planned to announce three more MF lenses this year. To get your desired system you have to keep a $10K budget and it’s also true that most of us are not able to effort this system right now. But as the competition is increasing we do hope that in future we will do see more MF products with a very competitive price tags.

See more about Fuji X-T20 and Fuji X-100F

Fuji X100F - Press Release and Full Specification

Fuji X100F

Fuji finally announced the long rumored Fuji X100F camera today the camera features 24MP X-Trans III APS-C sensor as used in X-Pro 2 and X-T2 camera. The X100F camera doesn’t have any built in low pass filter.

The number of AF points of the camera drastically increased to 325, the number of phase AF points is now 91 compared to previous generation of 45  AF points.

The overall speed of the camera is excellent, the Auto focus acquisition time of the camera is approx 0.08 second which is very fast compared to other compact camera.

Fuji X100F camera

No 4K – yes it’s a big mess here, Fuji decided not to add 4K inside the X100F camera and the camera remains limited to Full HD mode at 60fps. For the first time Fujifilm X100F enjoying the AF joystick on the rear side of the camera. The hybrid viewfinder of the camera is also updates this time. and addition of DSLR  style front dial in hand grip of the camera can be seen.

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The WCL-X100 wide-angle and TCL-X100 tele-conversion lenses have also been updated to ‘Mark II’ versions.

The camera available from February 16th in black or silver for $1299/£1249.

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Leica M10 camera Announced Press Release Specification and more

Leica M10 camera

Leica finally announced its new Leica M10 camera and the first thing we have noticed is the camera is 20 gram more lighter than its previous version.

Leica M10 camera features newly developed 24 megapixel full frame CMOS sensor. That New 24 MP sensor was specifically made for the Leica M10 camera and it features custom architecture to match the requirement of the photographer. The sensor features unique microlens architecture that enable optimum result at all aperture and it gives a excellent result when used with wide open lenses.

The Leica M10 features a very wide ISO sensitivity that starts from ISO 100 and it goes to 50000. The noise performance is much improved when compared to previous generations of Lecia camera.

The first thing you will notice after holding Leica M10 in your hand is it’s drastically slimmer than previous generations of Leica M series camera and it also features a dedicated ISO dial button on the top.

Leica M10 back image

The camera is powered by Powered by Maestro II Processor and features a 2GB of built in buffer that allow Leica M10 camera to offer you continues shooting speed of 5fps up to 40 consecutive frames in a burst.

The M10 camera doesn’t record video it’s a dedicated still camera. Leica M10 uses Gorilla Glass on the rear side and a Optical 0.73x-Magnification Viewfinder.

The Lecia M10 have WiFi and can share images wirelessly with your iOS smart devices once you download the Leica Camera App, Andorid app is under development and expected to be announced this year.

 

The Leica M10 Available @ $6,595 – B&H Store and Amazon

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Press Release

M as in Milestone: Leica Camera Introduces the New Leica M10

The M-series’ latest addition impresses with more compact dimensions, improved performance and even more intuitive handling

January 18, 2017 – The iconic camera system sets new standards yet again. The perfect balance of long-established traditions and the latest technical innovation, the Leica M10 embodies the essence of photography like no other camera before. All of its functions have been adapted and updated to meet the precise needs of contemporary photography, while preserving the essential principles of the legendary M-System. Every single component and every technical feature concentrates uncompromisingly on this goal. With its more compact dimensions, improved performance and even more intuitive handling, the Leica M10 sets a new milestone in the ongoing history of Leica M photography.

The form factor: analog dimensions enter the digital age

Many photographers who appreciate the dimensions of analog M-Models, due to their ideal ergonomics and perfect fit in hand, expressed wishes that this carry over to digital M-Cameras. Leica has now brought these dream dimensions to reality – with a top plate depth of only 33.75 millimeters, a whole four millimeters (1/8”) thinner than that of its predecessor, the Leica M (Typ 240). The Leica M10 is now the slimmest digital M of all time.

The rangefinder: a precise window on the world

The rangefinder has always played an extremely important role in the storied heritage of the Leica M-System. A number of important aspects of this legendary focusing technology have now been further optimized in the Leica M10. To improve the view of the subject, the field of view has been enlarged by 30 percent and the magnification factor has been increased to 0.73x. Eye-relief – the optimum distance of the eye from the viewfinder eyepiece – has also been considerably increased. Thanks to a 50 percent increase in this distance, the viewfinder is much more comfortable to use, particularly for photographers who wear glasses.

The sensor: the digital canvas

The key component of the Leica M10 is the all-new 24 MP, full-frame CMOS sensor developed specifically for this camera. Its new technology leads to significant improvements in all parameters relevant to imaging performance: impressive dynamic range, excellent contrast rendition, exceptional sharpness and the finest resolution of details. Its unique pixel and microlens architecture enables optimum results at all apertures, particularly wide open – even rays of light arriving at the sensor from oblique angles are precisely captured by its photodiodes – further improved in comparison to the previous generation. The glass cover plate of the sensor acts as an infrared cut-off filter and thus also avoids undesirable refraction of incoming light by additional layers of glass. The omission of a low-pass filter also ensures that the Leica M10 delivers maximum sharpness. This leads to significantly better imaging results, especially in the case of wide-angles and fast-aperture lenses.

Thanks to the new design of the sensor of the Leica M10, the ISO sensitivity range has been expanded. It now allows exposures at values between ISO 100 and 50,000 with considerably improved noise characteristics at higher ISO settings. The Leica M10 opens up new areas of photography and delivers exceptional imaging performance even in difficult lighting conditions.

Image processing electronics: the next level of quality

The latest-generation Maestro II image processor of the M10 showcases state-of-the-art advanced processor technology. In combination with the equally new 24 MP sensor, this ensures that all exposures captured stand out with exceptionally brilliant image quality. Thanks to a 2 GB buffer memory and continuous burst shooting at up to five frames per second at full resolution, photographers will never again miss the decisive moment. The Leica M10 is the fastest M-Camera ever made.

In addition to this, the faster processor allows the loupe function in Live View mode to be freely positioned anywhere in the frame for even better assessment of sharpness. This new function can be used not only on the camera’s LCD monitor, but also in conjunction with the Visoflex electronic viewfinder (EVF) with 2.4 MP of resolution. The viewfinder features a swivel function for shooting from unusual angles and an integrated GPS module that can be switched on for geotagging image files.

The operating concept: intuitive and reduced to essentials

Since the beginning, Leica M-Cameras have stood for concentration on essential functions. This principle has been conscientiously pursued in the Leica M10, which sets new standards in terms of intuitive handling and rapid access to the settings relevant to photography. For instance, the controls on the back are limited to the directional control and just three buttons for Play, Live View and Menu. The importance of particular settings varies according to personal preferences and photographic needs. In light of this, the Leica M10 also offers a freely configurable Favorites Menu for defining a custom profile of personally relevant functions.

One of the most distinctive new features of the Leica M10 is the ISO setting dial on the top plate. For the first time in a digital Leica M, all essential shooting parameters such as focusing, aperture, shutter speed and ISO value can be selected manually without using the menu – or even switching on the camera. This concept allows for the fastest, most precise control yet seen in a digital camera and enables the photographer to be even less obtrusive when shooting.

The Wi-Fi module: memories are there to be shared and shown

The Leica M10 is the first M-Camera with integrated Wi-Fi connectivity. This enables fast, wireless transfer of pictures to Apple mobile devices (with Android shortly to follow), where they can be edited and, for instance, posted and shared on social networks. The Leica M-App also enables the direct transfer of RAW files in DNG format to mobile devices for further processing with suitable apps from iOS Version 10.2. The Leica M10 can also be remotely controlled via Wi-Fi from a smartphone or tablet. This makes it easy to shoot perfect pictures from unusual angles or avoid camera shake when shooting with longer shutter speeds.

Leica M10: A further step towards perfection

“The Leica M is the heart, the backbone and the soul of Leica Camera. The Leica M10 unites state-of-the-art technology and exceptional optical performance with a conscious focus on the traditional advantages of the unique Leica M rangefinder system. In this, the innovative camera and its concentration on the functions essential to photography set new standards, while its exceptionally lean handling concept takes us a further step towards absolute perfection. Made in Germany by Leica – the Leica M10 stands as an outstanding brand statement for the finest arts of engineering, highest quality and craftsmanship,” explained Oliver Kaltner, CEO, Leica Camera.

“The new M, the M10! Not a camera for everyone – but increasingly a camera for people who love a system that is built for the future while maintaining consistent compatibility with its past. The rangefinder system lets me frame and compose my pictures. The rangefinder system lets me tread in the footsteps of the world’s greatest photographers. The rangefinder system lets me create photographs with my own visual style. The new M10 and the wealth of present and past Leica M-Lenses are products that awaken and fulfil the desires of every photographer,” emphasized Dr. Andreas Kaufmann, majority shareholder and chairman of the supervisory board of Leica Camera.

Availability

The Leica M10 will be available from Leica Stores, Boutiques and selected Dealers starting January 19, 2017.

Fuji Major Announcement Next Week - A Detailed List of Fuji Upcoming Products

Fujifilm GFX 50S vs Fuji X-T20

New Camera Exclusive – Our experts compared the the size of to be announced X- T20 with Fuji Medium format GFX-50S

We have told you earlier that Fuji will announce GFX-50S, Fuji X-T20 and X100F camera January 19, 2017.  But now we came to know that not only GFX camera Fuji will also bring our three new Medium Format lenses.  We now have the detailed list of products that will arrive next week, have a look

  • X100F (Black / Silver)
  • X-T20 (Black / Silver)
  • XF 50 mm F 2 R WR (Black / Silver)
  • GFX-50S
  • GF 32 – 64 mm F 4 R LM WR
  • GF 63 mm F 2.8 R WR
  • GF 120 mm F 4 R LM OIS WR MACRO

The upcoming lenses have power to resolve over 100MP, now after these three lenses Fuji will also announce in 2017

  1. GF 110mm f/2 R LM WR
  2. GF 23mm f/4 R LM WR
  3. GF 45mm f/2.8 R WR

All these lenses specification look very promising and covers a decent range. Both X-T20 and X100F shares same 24MP X-Trans sensor whereas the GFX-50S features 51.4MP 43.8 x 32.9mm CMOS Sensor. Take look at the Fuji GFX-50S announcement Page

 

We have also done image comparison between Fuji X100F and Fuji X100T.

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Red Helium - New Low Light KING at DXO Mark Lab

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Red epic Dragon and Helium become the first camera to cross 100 marks barrier in DXO mark lab test score. Till now the Sony A7R II camera was the undisputed winner of the DXO mark lab. But is it logical to test a $59K camera with $3K camera ? We don’t think so…

RED is the NEw King

The Red Helium camera features of 35.4 megapixel CMOS sensor and it can capture 8k @ 75 fps  and 8K RAW @ 60 frames. The Camera can also capture 120 FPS at 4K resolution. Take a look at the detailed specification of the camera

  • 35.4MP CMOS sensor
  • 75 fps 8K capture at 2.4:1 (8392 x 3456)
  • 60 fps RAW full 8K resolution
  • 120 fps at 4K resolution (240 fps at 2K)
  • 300 MB/second data readout
  • Captures in 16-bit RECODE RAW or Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR/HD
  • Super 35-format sensor (29.90 mm x 15.77 mm)
  • Integrated dual-channel audio
  • Integrated REDLINK WiFi antenna
  • Upgrade path to WEAPON 8K VV (when available)

After the arrival of RED the Sony A7RII got slipped on third place in the table. But the red has established itself in the hearts of cinematographers.

But, is it fair to compare $29K or $59K camera with a $3K consumer camera? Share your thoughts with us. From our point of view DXO Mark should have a new category of PRO Cinema cameras and in that table they should stack up RED Dragon, Canon EOS C700 and Sony FS7 Mark II etc.

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Fuji X-T20 Leaked Specification

Fuji X-T20

Finally Fuji X-T20 is coming along with X100F and Fuji Medium Format Mirrorless camera GFX 50S. According to the recent leaks the camera doesn’t have Joystick or 4K as we have seen in the X-T2 camera. So, buy cutting these features Fuji will secure the TOP position for X-T2 camera in the X-Series line-up.

Fuji X-T20 Rumored Specification

  • 24MP X-Trans CMOS III APS-C image sensor (Same as of X-T2 or X-Pro2)
  • X Processor Pro
  • No Joystick
  • No 4K
  • Touchscreen
  • No weather sealing
  • 1 SD card slot
  • Super-high continuous AF burst mode
  • More compact than the X-T2

The Fuji X-T20, X-100F and the GFX-50S is cominf in January 19th, 2017. Not only that We have also published the leaked specification of Fuji X100 F camera a while ago, take a look

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