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The Z Cam E2C is a $799 USD 4K Cinema Camera that looks to redefine how much you should expect to pay for an entry-level digital cinema camera. At $799 USD it is $1200 USD less than the E2.
Olympus next flagship camera will have 6K recording Mode[almost confirmed]. We have received a hint a month ago that Olympus is working on higher resolution sensor. At that moment we haven’t taken that info seriously since we all know that Olympus Mirrorless cameras do have excellent high-resolution mode so why they need to develop higher resolution sensor?
Sales numbers for cameras and lenses tend to be freely available in Japan, which is something lacking in the rest of the world, especially Europe and North America.
Finally we have the images and specification of the upcoming Olympus TG-6 camera. The camera features 12 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor. The camera is also capable to record high quality video in 4K 30P Video as well as high-speed Full HD modes. The Olympus TG-6 camera featuresBuilt-in WiFi connectivity for quick file transfer via app.
This isn’t an exhaustive list, but this is what we know is coming so far from reliable sources. We are already planning a live blog for the Fujifilm GFX100 on May 23rd so do not miss that, but there are also some other interesting cameras coming out this year.
The Nissin i600 was prematurely announced via their international site, but now it is being fully announced with a US press release and video. The Nissin i600 should be available via B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama Soon. It will be priced well at $239.99.
The power of integration – Nissin MG80 Pro Nissin Japan Limited (Chairman Mr. Goto Chikara) proudly announces the launch of MG80 Pro which is an advanced NAS 2.4Ghz*1 built-in commander strobe for both on and off-camera. It is a 60GN (83 w/s) powerful strobe and equipped with a patented wide variety battery choice system. Moreover, it provides a master / slave feature for more operation flexibility. The MG80 Pro fully supports the current Nissin NAS strobes. The package comes with a flash stand, filter holder and wide-angle diffuser. Fully compatible with Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Panasonic and Olympus systems and it will be available in the market on late May 2019.
One of our readers reported that Olympus may be working on high resolution M4/3 sensor for their upcoming flagship camera. The information we have received in our email look logical to us that why we have decided to publish.