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Sony Will Continue to Develop A-Mount Cameras

A99 II camera image

According to latest interview published at  Maki (Kimio Maki, senior general manager of Sony’s Digital Imaging Business Group) confirmed that Sony will continue to create new camera systems for A-mount.

When the interviewer asked questions about the shrinking camera market. In reply, Maki said that while the entry-level market is shrinking, areas such as professional and high-end hobbyist photography are growing. We are going to focus on high-end camera systems rather than entry models.’

BTW the news is not new – see news published on April 2015

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New Lens for Canon G1X Series Camera

Canon patent a new lens for 1.5inch sensor camera, the Canon 1.5 inch sensor only used in only Canon G1X series camera. So, either Canon G1X Mark III or Canon G1X Mark IV is coming with the lens mentioned below.

Text translated from Japanese

Canon is corresponding to 1.5 “sensor of equivalent 24-120mm equivalent of 13-65mm F2-5.8 patent is being filed. PowerShot It is a good G1 X Mark II is more compact.


Patent Publication No. 2016-166972
Published 2016.9.15
Filing date 2015.3.10

Example 1
Zoom ratio 4.71
Focal length 13.85 36.00 65.22
F-number 2.07 5.15 6.00
Angle of view 36.23 18.00 10.17
Image height 10.14 11.70 11.70
Overall length of the lens 86.64 94.70 104.04
BF 13.07 24.04 23.10

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Hasselblad Shows up 75MP V1D Modular Camera

V1D concept camera

Medium format camera maker hasselblad showed us the details of the concept camera they are working on, it feature 75 megapixels square image sensor. The concept camera based on the legacy V film system. Hasselblad camera is coming with a bunch of modular accessories to customize the modular camera as they want.

The shape of the camera looks similar to popular V system camera and LCD panels, knobs, dials and handles to be arranged on the body as desired by the photographer. It’s a highly customizable modular square sensor camera build by Hasselblad. So except the back of the camera everything is customizable.


The V1D camera uses the lenses of X1D series. As you can see in the image camera is mounted with with XCD 45mm F3.5 lens. it is possible that an adapter will be released to allow V system lenses to be used as they can be on the H system.

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Fuji GFX50S - Mirrorless Medium Format Camera from Fuji


Fuji Medium Format Camera

Fuji GFX50S is the name of recently announced mirrorless medium format camera of Fuji. Fuji cut down the mirror to make the camera size more compact and portable as well as to stop the 15% resolution loss caused by the Mirror. After evaluating all the possible consequences they have decided to make a Mirrorless Medium format camera.

Size Matters

The Fuji  GFX50S Sensor size is 1.7X larger than the current Fullftame cameras like Canon 1DX Mark II and Nikon D5 and approx 4times more than APS-C Sensor based Camera.

Fuji Made Sensor

As many websites (including us) were speculating that Fuji will use same sensor as of Pentax 645Z or Hasselblad X1D (both camera shares same Sony made 50 MP FF Sensor), but Fuji surprised us when they said the Sensor is completely new and made by Fuji engineers.


Extensive Control

The Fuji GFX 50S is offering extensive control just like a bigger version of Fuji X-Pro2 camera.

Lens and Mount

The Fuji GFX 50S camera built with the new G Mount.  Fuji will announce three new lenses GF 63mm F2.8 R WR, a GF32-64mm F4R LM WR and GF 120mm F4 Macro. In 2017 Fuji will also announce  4 new lenses. The Fuji GF23mm F4 R LM WR and GF110mm F2 coming in Mid 2017 and a GF45mm F2.8 R WR in late 2017


Pricing and availability

The new FUJIFILM GFX system will be available in early 2017 in the U.S. with pricing to be announced at a later date. We expect that Fuji GFX 50S camera paired with 63mm Standard prime lens will cost you approx $10,000.

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Sony A99 II Announced - Press Release , Full Specification and More...


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Sony A99 II finally announced by Sony today, the camera features 42 megapixel CMOS sensor same as of Sony A7R II camera. The standard ISO range of the camera is 100-25600, expandable to ISO 50 – 102,400. And it can also record 4K at 100Mbps (using XAVC S) with full sensor read-out and no pixel binning, both stills and video supported by 5 axis image stabilization system.  Sony A99 II Hybrid AF system with 399 + 79 AF points.  The camera can shoot upto 12frames per second with continuous AF tracking.


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Panasonic FZ2000 Image and Specification Leaked

We have told you on August 7th, 2016 that according to Anonymous source (the same source who shared LX200 details) the FZ2000 announcement is 6 to 8 weeks away.
Panasonic FZ2000 camera image

Now according to latest information, Panasonic FZ2000 is coming with a 20 Megapixel CMOS Sensor and new LEICA DC VARIO-ELMARIT equivalent 24-480mm F2.8-4.5 lens. Take a look at the rumored specification below

Panasonic FZ2000 Specification

Sensor: 1.0-inch Number of effective pixels 20.1 million pixel MOS sensor
Lens: LEICA DC VARIO-ELMARIT equivalent 24-480mm F2.8-4.5
Lens construction: 11 group 16 sheets
EVF: 236 Man 2.18 times dot OLED (35mm equivalent 0.74 times)
Rear LCD: 3-inch 1.04 million dot touch panel Vari-Angle
Continuous shooting: 12 fps (AFS) / 7 fps (AFC)
Video: 4K 30p, FHD 60p
Wi-Fi built-in (IEEE 802.11b / g / n)
Media: SD / SDHC / SDXC

With AF camera can shoot upto 7 frames per second with continuous AF support, the FZ2000 can shoot 4K video @ 30 frames per second and Full HD Videos at 60 fps.


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Canon 5D Mark IV vs Canon 5DS


Both camera are made with different approach, the Canon 5DS is high resolution Canon DSLR made for shooting in controlled light environment and perform its best when used at base ISO range (below 3200) where as Canon 5D Mark IV is the flagship DSLR of 5D series and made which can shoot perfect stills with Hybrid AF support and records 4K video.

Canon EOS 5D IV Canon EOS 5DS
Sensor 30.4MP 50.6MP
ISO range
100 – 32000
(expandable 50-102400)
100 – 6400
(expandable 50-12800)
AF points 61, 41 cross-type (f/8 support at all points) 61, 41 cross-type (f/8 support at center point)
Live view/video AF Dual Pixel’ phase detection Contrast detection
RGB metering sensor resolution 150k pixels 150k pixels
LCD 3.2″ 1.62M-dot touchscreen 3.2″ 1.04M-dot
Burst rate 7 fps 5 fps
Video DCI 4K/30/24p 1080/30p
Headphone socket Yes No
Card format 1x Compact Flash
1x SD
1x Compact Flash
1x SD
Built-in Wi-Fi/NFC Yes No
 GPS Yes No


Canon 5D4 vs 5DS

Practically both the camera using Canon made fullframe sensor but the technology used inside them are completely different, the Canon 5D Mark IV uses Dual-pixel CMOS AF sensor that can do fast AF while recording video or shooting with live-view model. Not only that, other brand users should also understand that the camera doesn’t have any dead pixels inside the sensor to do AF. The Dual-pixel AF technology uses to sub-photo diodes to acquire AF and hence your sensor doesn’t have any single dead pixels.

ISO Range


If you look at the ISO range of the current Canon 5D Mark IV, its much improved compared to the Canon 5DS camera. The standard ISO range of the Canon 5D Mark IV as well as the expandable ISO range both are better.

The Canon 5D Mark IV features 30 MP FF sensor whereas the Canon 5DS features 50MP FF Sensor, more megapixel on the same sensor plane means smaller photodiodes. When the sensor Photodiode becomes small it become less sensitice to light. Canon 5DS camera is not made to perform in low-light environment. It does need a well controlled environment to deliver optimal result.

Advance AF System :

Touch and shoot Canon 5D Mark IV imageThe new Canon 5D Mark IV system uses touch and shoot / track technology with the help of High Speed Dual-Pixel CMOS AF system.

The Canon 5DMark IV DSLR uses two different types of AF system

  1. Dual-pixel CMOS AF Sensor for Fast AF during still and video
  2. 61 Point Phase AF module 41 cross-type (f/8 support at all points)

The Canon 5D Mark IV features advance Phase AF module whose All 61 point AF system is compatible with F8 aperture whereas Canon 5DS center point only support F8 aperture. The other major advantage Canon 5D Mark IV is Dual-Pixel AF system that enables super fast AF while shooting with live-view or video. The Canon 5DS features a contrast detect sensor AF become slow and sluggish when you s them for shooting in live view or video.


Canon 5D Mark IV Canon 5DS
4096 x 2160 (4K), 1920 x 1080 (Full HD), 1280 x 720 (HD)
 1920 x 1080 (Full HD), 1280 x 720 and 640 x 480

The Canon 5D Mark IV can shoot 4K videos on the whereas the Canon 5DS remain limited to Full HD mode only. The Canon 5D Mark IV record 4K video with an ideal 1:1 pixel sampling ratio and while recording Full HD video it uses the entire Full frame sensor. The 4K video is recorded using a central 4096 x 2160 area of the sensor at a 1.74x crop so there is still a lot of space of improvement left for Canon 5D Mark IV camera. BTW, it is better than Canon 5DS.

Wireless connectivity

The Canon 5D Mark IV feature built-in WiFi and NFC connectivity as well as GPS module. The NFC also allow you to enable remote shooting from your smartphone. The camera also compatible with CS100 Connect Station.

Conclusion:  We highly recommend you to get the Canon 5D Mark IV camera, the camera features new sensor, advance AF system and a option to record 4K videos. Canon also introduced Dual-Pixel AF mode, that allow photographers to fine tune AF after the shot is taken.

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