Finally we have the leaked images of the upcoming Canon G7X Mark III camera, the images are coming via trusted Japanes sources. The camera is coming in two different colors silver and black. From front image it’s very clear that Canon G7X Mark III is using same lens as we have seen in Canon G7X Mark II camera. The G7X Mark III features 42.X optical zoom lens with aperture range staring from F1.8 to F2.8. Let’s have a look at the rear image of the camera
Olympus confirmed in an interview that they will not make any fullframe cameras, they want to keep themselves limited to M4/3 format only. This is not the first time Olympus Representative said they are will not make any FF cameras. But the recent information is coming from Olympus Vice President Sales and Marketing, Olympus America Aki Murata. Murata-san made the point that those other players are in the process of leaving behind an important and very significant segment, namely people for whom compactness, light weight and ruggedness are supremely important.
Wow, it’s December already, and that means it’s almost time to wrap up something up for that special shooter in your life and leave it under the Xmas tree. Getting something for the shooter that has everything (well we do tend to buy a lot of gear) can be confusing, so here at Newsshooter we want to simplify the process so you don’t end up embarrassing yourself by wrapping up a pair of socks and receiving the polite “Oh, thanks” from the person you gave them to.
The worth on this neat little mirrorless digicam has dropped £50 in a single day, and now ranks as probably the greatest Christmas digicam offers we've got seen...
The biggest hurdles when dealing with high-resolution content such as 8K is usually when it comes to playing it back and working with it on a computer. Capturing 8K is the easy part, but you need some pretty serious computing muscle to deal with it in post. So RED have teamed up with NVIDIA to try and ease the pain. Using NVDIA’s Turing GPU architecture and Quadro RTX GPUs, content creators dealing with 8K footage no longer have to be slowed down and hindered by poor playback performance.
The Nikon Z6 is a good option if you want to shoot full-frame video on a small, mirrorless camera, but the downside is that there aren’t many native Z-mount lenses available. In fact, Nikon only has three native Z-mount lenses that you can currently buy: the NIKKOR Z 35mm f/1.8 S, NIKKOR Z 50mm f/1.8 S, and NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 S. You can use a Nikon FTZ Mount Adapter that allows you to put nearly any Nikon F-mount lens on Z-mount mirrorless camera body, and you can get mechanical lens adapters from companies like MTF Services, but what other options are available if you want native Z-mount lenses?
Head over to Amazon now and you may discover an incredible vacation digicam deal on the Canon EOS Rebel T6. This starter package bundles this standard funds DSLR...
Sony has been an trade chief within the growth of mirrorless (or compact system) cameras in recent times, however whereas their top-level cameras could also be a bit...
More Leaked Images of Olympus E-M1X Camera surfaced over the web [previous post here]. We hope after these leaked image we will soon have official announcement from Olympus in next few weeks. The Rumored is said to arrive at first week of January 2019 along with 2 tele and 1 wide-angle zoom lens. Take a look at the images below
According to the map camera ranking the top selling camera of the November 2018 month is Canon EOS R, as we all know the Nikon Z6 camera shipping is just started and even after big amount of pre-orders the camera was able to score only 3rd rank only, which is of-course not a good news for Nikon. Just take a look at the list below