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Fujifilm HS50 vs Canon SX50 HS

Fuji HS50 vs Canon SX50Fujifilm HS50 vs Canon SX50 HS specification comparison review, take a look below and share your thoughts with us.

Fujifilm HS50 vs Canon SX50 HS


Fujifilm HS50 features newly developed ½” EXR CMOS II sensor with phase detection  and Canon SX 50HS features 12MpCMOS sensor, if we compare the Size Fuji have bit bigger sensor, more megapixel and more ISO range compared to Canon SX50 HS, So specification says that Fuji have better sensor.


Canon features 8.3X more optical zoom than Fuji, So Canon wins here.

Image Stabilization:

Fuji features traditional Lens Shift IS whereas Canon Features advance Hybrid Image Stabilization, Intelligent IS to automatically select from six different modes to optimize image stabilization for the given situation: Normal, Panning, Macro (Hybrid) and Tripod IS for stills; and Dynamic, Powered, Macro and Tripod IS for video.

AF Speed / Type:

Fuji HS50 features new Intelligent Hybrid Autofocus system that automatically selects between phase detection autofocus or contrast autofocus in low light,

  • Canon SX50 HS have AF Speed of 0.19 Sec
  • Fujifilm HS50 have AF speed of 0.05Sec

The newly announced Fujifilm features Phase AF points within the sensor, due the Phase AF points and contrast detect AF system the Fuji HS 50 achieves a blazing fast AF speed of 0.05Sec, Canon SX50 HS AF speed is limited to 0.19 sec with contrast detect AF system.

Image Processor:  

Canon features latest generation of DIGIC V image processor used in 5D Mark III and canon 1DX, Fuji HD50 also uses newly developed EXR II image processor


With Canon SX50 HS You’re free to use the full range of the zoom in movie mode, and sound is recorded in stereo. Canon SX50 HS frame rate is limited to 30 fps at Full HD while Fujifilm offers you better AF system and 60fps frame rate while recording video.


Display: Fujifilm HS50 features big and high resolution display.

Battery Life:  Fuji HS50 gives you more battery life. Canon have NB-10L Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 7.4VDC, 920mAh , Fuji have 1x NP-W126 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 7.4VDC, 1300mAh.

Size and Weight: Fuji is bit bigger and heavier compared to Canon SX50 HS.
Fuji HS50 HS Dimension – 5.3 x 4.0 x 5.7″ / 28.50 oz / 808 g
Canon SX50HS Dimension – 4.8 x 3.4 x 4.2″ / 1.2 lb / 0.54 kg



  1. Fuji HS50 features better Sensor
  2. Canon have more optical zoom
  3. Fuji HS50 features Hybrid AF system
  4. Fuji HS50 Image processor is fast compared to canon in overall score.
  5. Fuji HS50 features better video mode with Phase AF
  6. Fuji HS50 feature better Display
  7. Canon is bit lightweight and smaller compared to Fuji HS50.

If you are looking for Mega zoom camera you can buy Canon, Since SX50 HS features 8.3X more optical zoom than Fuji HS50 with better IS, but based on overall score Fuji HS50 is a clear winner.

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Leica V-Lux 3

Leica V LUX 3

Leica announced its V-Lux 3 camera, Leica V LUX 3 Features 24X optical Zoom with Optical IS, 12.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor, RAW file output, 12 Shot/Sec in Full resolution and full-HD video in AVCHD format with 1920 × 1080 pixels and 60 full frames per second. The core specification and the body design is similar to Lumix FZ150, The Leica V-Lux 3 will be available from Leica Camera dealers beginning January 2012.

The Leica V-Lux 3 Major Specification

  • 12.1Mp Resolution
  • 3.0″ Free-Angle TFT Screen LCD Display
  • 4.5-108mm LEICA DC VARIO-ELMARIT Lens
  • 24x Optical Zoom
  • Optical Image Stabilizer
  • RAW + JPEG File Formats
  • 1920 x 1080 HD Video Capture
  • 100-6400 ISO
  • Built-In Flash


Press Release

Solms, Germany (December 8, 2011) – Leica Camera AG presents the Leica V-Lux 3, a new compact digital camera with an extensive range of features. The camera is extremely versatile, making it ideal for almost all photographic situations. For photographers shooting landscapes, architecture, sport, travel, portraits or wildlife, the V-Lux 3 incorporates an enormously flexible lens. The Leica DC Vario-Elmarit 4.5 – 108 mm f/2.8 – 5.2 ASPH. 24-fold super-telephoto zoom lens covers a wide range of focal lengths equivalent to 25–600 mm in 35 mm format. The newly developed 12.1-megapixel CMOS image sensor guarantees exceptional image quality for all applications. A truly universal solution for creative photographers looking for an all-in-one camera, the V-Lux 3 also features extensive broad range of video options and offers video quality comparable to premium-range camcorders.

“The Leica V-Lux 3 combines exceptional performance with the handy size of a compact camera. It offers a vast range of focal lengths and covers almost all photographic situations that usually require the use of a camera system. The V-Lux 3 is therefore an attractive alternative to entry-level DSLR cameras with interchangeable lenses,” says Peter Kruschewski, Product Manager for Digital Compact Cameras at Leica Camera AG.

The Leica V-Lux 3 features a very impressive range of video functions, capturing full-HD video in AVCHD format with 1920 × 1080 pixels and 60 full frames per second. This 1080p60 video format not only guarantees the perfect rendition of fast movement in outstanding detail but is also ideal for conversion to alternative resolutions and refresh rates. The entire 24-fold zoom range is available during video recording while an integrated stereo microphone with an electronic wind noise filter guarantees a crystal-clear soundtrack.

One of the fastest consecutive shooting cameras in its class, the V-Lux 3 incorporates a high-speed burst-shooting capability: bursts of 12 frames per second at full resolution, or 60 frames per second at a resolution of 3.5 MP.

A reliable aid to photographers in the precise composition and assessment of images, the 3″ LCD display with 460,000 pixel resolution delivers an extremely bright and clear view. The monitor screen of the V-Lux 3 can be twisted and turned in almost any direction, opening up entirely new horizons for image composition from even the most unusual angles. When shooting stills or video from above their head or down close to the ground, photographers using the V-Lux 3 always remain in full control.

The design of the Leica V-Lux 3 is characterized by a compact form and extremely simple handling. The camera’s integrated handgrip keeps it steady and its light weight allows for one-handed shooting. All controls are clearly laid out and simple to use. For instance, video recording can be started quickly and easily at the touch of a button on the top deck of the camera.

Supporting Leica Camera’s commitment to an uncompromised customer experience, the Leica V-Lux 3 comes complete with a two-year warranty. The camera also is supplied with a comprehensive software package, including Adobe® Photoshop® Elements and Adobe® Premiere® Elements. The image-processing software Adobe® Photoshop® Elements offers users options for viewing, organization and administration in addition to a wide range of image-processing solutions. Adobe® Premiere® Elements is especially designed for video processing and offers optimum features for processing videos recorded by the V-Lux 3 in AVCHD format, enabling the creation of professional audio and video effects. Both programs are available as free downloads from the Leica Camera website after registration of the camera.

The Leica V-Lux 3 will be available from Leica Camera dealers beginning January 2012.

Nikon V1 vs Nikon J1

Nikon V1 and J1 Specification comparison review
New Nikon mirrorless camera V1 and J1, which one you should buy and why? Do both the camera are same or different? See the comparison table to find out your answers.

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Nikon V1 vs Nikon J1

Same on both cameras – Nikon V1 vs. Nikon J1
The Nikon V1 and Nikon J1 share same 10.1 Megapixel high speed AF CMOS sensor With new Dual-core Expeed 3 image processor, Buy Nikon V1 or J1 you will get same image quality. Continuous shooting of both the camera are same, 10 frames/second, with continuous AF; shoots at 60 fps when AF is locked. Nikon V1 or J1 both record Full HD at 60fps, no difference here.

Now going over the main differences – Nikon V1 vs. Nikon J1
Nikon V1 for Serious Shooters:  Nikon V1 comes with a high resolution built-in electronic viewfinder, a better LCD panel, a mechanical shutter, stereo microphone jack, magnesium alloy body,  an multi-accessory port that accepts either a proprietary flash strobe, or a GPS unit and longer battery life.

The J1 seems to be more aimed at the compact camera market – it has a pop-up flash, no view finder, electronic shutter, an Aluminium alloy body and available in different colors.

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New Phantom v1610

New Phantom Phantom High-Speed Camera v1610 captures One Million Frames Per Second, to capture One Million Frames Per Second you have to lower the resolution to 128 x 16, too small.., But even at a full HD resolution of 1280 x 800 you can capture 16,000 fps.

With custom designed CMOS sensor of 28 micron pixels ensure good low light video essential in ultra-high-speed imaging. Standard 12-bit depth per pixel yields high dynamic range and provides good image quality. The v1610 can be equipped with 24GB, 48GB or 96GB of high-speed memory. There’s no official pricing information available, but the expected (rumoured) price of the Vision Phantom v1610 is said to be around $1,00000.

Main Fetaures

  • 1280 x 800 resolution
  • 28 micron pixel size, 12-bit depth
  • 500ns minimum exposure with the FAST option
  • 1 μs minimum exposure standard
  • Up to 650,000 fps standard or 1,000,000 fps with the FAST option at reduced resolutions
  • Records direct to CineMag
  • Standard on-camera-controls
  • 10Gb Ethernet