More information coming about the upcoming Olympus EM1 X camera is said to have AI AF (artificially intelligent Autofocus) system. Well for a while we already seen that Canon uses predictive autofocus for focusing on moving subjects, at the same time Nikon is also working on artificial intelligence AI system. Sony already using artificial intelligent technologies in their latest Sony A9 or A7 series camera for human and animals eye tracking and in predictive AF sports mode.
Nikon is rumored to announce Nikon D760 camera in the very beginning / Q1 of 2019 and the shipping of the camera will start from second half of 2019.
unfortunately the rumor mill do not have any information about the resolution of the sensor so we have to wait for the trusted sources to get more information about it. But at the same time we are almost confirm that the upcoming camera will have 4K video recording capability as well as enhanced Core specification.
This post is just another confirmation to post that we have published on NOV 8 2018. BCR ranking shows the sales graph of Canon, Nikon and Sony Fullframe mirrorless camera sold from October 2017 to October 2018.
Nikon finally working on DSLRs with Hybrid Sensors. We are the first website world who spotted Nikon DSLR with a Hybrid Sensor. In the patent (published on July 2018) you can see Nikon DSLR camera with a Hybrid AF Sensor which uses both Phase and Contrast based technology to acquire AF.
According to latest rumors Nikon D6 will become available to Professional Photographers starting from this February 2019. Rumor mill also suggest we may see some sort of development announcement at CES Show 2019.
Thenewcamera exclusive: We have sorted out some of the best and Recent Nikon patent filled in the year of 2018. let’s have a look at the patent details and information. The good thing to notice here is Nikon haven’t postponed the development Nikon DSLR in favor of Mirrorless system cameras. Their R&D team working continuously to bring out new innovation in next generation of DSLRs
The Atomos Ninja V was announced back in April, just prior to the NAB show. At that time we were unable to see the 5.2″ HDMI monitor/recorders 1000 nit screen and new user interface, as the device was still in the early stages of development. Even though Erik had some hands-on time with a pre-production version of the Ninja V, I thought we should do our due diligence and do a full review of a production model.