Fujifilm announced X-A3 entry level mirrorless announced by Fujifilm, as we have told you earlier the camera features traditional CMOS sensor and not a X-Trans sensor. We have standard ISO range is 200-6400 and expandable ISO range is 100-25600. The camera features continuous shooting speed of 6 frames per second and records Full HD videos.
The auto-focus system of the A3 camera is composed of 49 points in single shooting mode and has more than 77 points in white AF tracking modes. That means you are taking is still images then you will get access to 49 point AF and if you’re shooting a moving subject / selected sports mode than 77 points will get activated.
That camera is not only for photographers but it is also made for selfie lovers, the camera has a dedicated LCD screen that can move 180 degree and it can shot in the subject without pressing the shutter with simple smile. Unfortunately the camera not able to record 4K videos and remains limited to full HD mode with 60 and 30 frames per second.
The X-A3 is paired with 16-50 mm lens by having a 3.5 to 5.6 aperture range and the kit lens also features of the optical image stabilization (OIS), the cost of the camera will be $599 and available from October.
Recently announced Canon 5D Mark 4 camera, that came along with new feature – Dual-pixel RAW. We have told you earlier the Canon will introduced a new feature with Canon 5D Mark IV, at that time our source said – the feature isn’t a game changer but everyone will love to have.
As we all know many websites mentioned earlier that the 5D Mark 4 Dual-Pixel RAW files will allow user to adjust focus after shooting, but that’s not true up-to some extent. The camera Does allow
Micro focus adjustment and
Every Dual pixel image is generated by combining the images of A and B photo sites, Now Canon 5D Mark IV captures the entire data under the name of Dual-pixel RAW file. In that file we have data of A and B photodiode and also any parallax information associated with them, which can be measured and subject distance information extrapolated. Due to enormous amount of information the size of the Dual-pixel RAW files is 2x more compared to the normal files RAW files.
As we have said earlier Signal from Each Photodiode along with lens drive data is also recorded, that allows a photographer to fine-tune AF and Bokeh after the shot.
Things to consider a get a perfect shot in Dual-pixel RAW mode
Use lens over 50mm focal length
Aperture value lower than F5.6
ISO value lower than ISO 1600
Recommended Subject distance chart for getting a perfect shot
Dual-Pixel RAW AF Fine Tune DEMO
In the image below you can see how much Canon Dual-Pixel RAW file allow you to shift Auto-Focus from one point to another.
Image credit DCFEVER
‘As you can see the DPRAW files of Canon 5D Mark IV camera give options to shift AF slightly, upto 2 to 3 words only. It’s not like a light-filed camera that allow you to select AF points after the shot, as we have said already it only allow you to fine-tune it.
Take a look at a video uploaded by Canon USA explaining the same
Take a look at the sample images captured by Canon 5D Mark 4 camera, these sample images are generated from a newly developed 30.4 megapixel dual pixel CMOS sensor powered by a dual Digic6 + image processor.
The sample images look very stunning and absolutely flawless
You can look for 5D Mark 4 announcement article here.
Canon Sample image 1 – Click on the image to enlrage
Canon XC15 4K compact camcorder finally coming, the camera spotted at Canon support page of canon.co.nz (Canon Newzeland). Since, Canon is updating its support pages, that clearly indicates that Canon is fully prepared to announce XC10 successor in near future.
The Canon XC10 was announced on June 2015 and its last firmware update was arrived on April of this year, the XC10 is a prefect compact camcorder that takes High quality still images of 13 MP, as well as high quality 4K videos with Canon LOG Gama and Wide DR Gama support from its 1″ sensor, the camera also comes with a compact 10X zoom lens. The XC10 still available at B&H and Amazon with a price tag of $1999
At the moment we don’t have any information related to the upcoming camera, but we are sure that Canon will implement a new sensor that will increase the overall still resolution of the camera and also improved video modes as well as RAW modes.
Stay with us and we will update you soon as we get any information, don’t forget that Canon most awaited camera Canon 5D Mark IV coming on Aug 25, take a look at the all rumors here and do share with your friends on social media.
Finally we are getting more conformation related to Fuji X-A2 successor announcement, the Fuji X-A3 camera is coming with 23mm F2 WR Lens as confirmed by digicame-info today. Just few days ago we have told you that Fuji X-A3 is coming at end of August.
Nikon finally announced the Nikon D3400 camera, it is the entry level DSLR from Nikon features 24 megapixel CMOS sensor and records full HD video, the camera can shoot continuous images @ 5 frames per second and also its features a large 3 inch display on the rear side with a optical pentaprism viewfinder.
Nikon first time included a ultrasonic sensor cleaning Technology inside the recently announced entry level camera. Nikon has also extended the battery capability of the entry level DSLR Nikon D3400, now you can capture 700 shots on a single charge.
The camera is available from September of this year at a price of $649 9.99 with a DX kit lens that covers 18 -55 MM lens and also features optical image stabilization, with 2 lens kit that will also include a room length of 70 to 300 mm it will cost you $999.95
Fuji X-A3 is coming very soon and we will sure see official announcement of Fuji entry level mirrorless camera at the end of the month according to FR.com. The Fuji X-A2 was the only camera in mirrorless line-up that features traditional CMOS sensor and not a X-trans sensor. It’s really interesting to see what Fuji is actually planning to implement inside the camera a Bayer or a X-trans. We are expecting to see a second generation of X-Trans sensor, (16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II) inside the camera.
Fuji already discontinued it’s X-M1 series of entry level camera announced back on June 25, 2013 and its update hasn’t arrived yet. It’s very clear that Fuji wants to keep only one entry-level line alive instead of two.
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