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New Fujifilm X Mirrorless Camera Could Be Announced Soon

03/17/2014, Back in January, Fujifilm announced a new camera in the form of the Fujifilm X-T1. However it seems that the company might have plans for another X-series camera, at least according to a post by Fujifilm Bangladesh. What happened was that one user posted...

Project Tango’s Camera Specifications Revealed

03/14/2014, Back in February, Google announced a new project that they were working on called Project Tango. The project was basically a smartphone that came with a pretty interesting camera that would be able to scan its surroundings in 3D, thus allowing it to use...

Nikon 1 V3 Official Sample Photos Released

03/14/2014, Just the other day we reported that Nikon had announced a new camera in the form of the Nikon 1 V3. The camera is part of Nikon’s mirrorless camera lineup and we’re sure many are interested in seeing how well the camera performs compared to the rest...

Apple Stepping Up Camera Efforts In Recent Job Listings

03/12/2014, Apple’s iPhones have typically been known for their cameras and for the ability to capture great photos. Obviously one cannot compare iPhone photos to that of a proper camera, but as far as smartphone cameras are concerned, they are surprisingly pretty...

Sony A6000 Replaces The NEX-7, According To Sony Presentation Slide

03/12/2014, We have been hearing rumors about how the Sony NEX-7 camera would be getting a successor, although the question is, has its successor already been revealed? Earlier in February, Sony announced the A6000 which was supposed to be an in-between camera for...

Instagram Photographer Made $15,000 In A Day Selling His Prints

03/12/2014, When it comes to Instagram, the app and social network is typically known for its users posting selfies and food photos followed by lots and lots and lots of (unnecessary) hashtags. However it seems that Instagram can be used to make money, assuming that...

Canon PowerShot G1 X II Might See 9th May Release Instead

03/11/2014, The Canon PowerShot G1 X II was announced back in February and according to Canon’s press release, they said that photographers looking to get their hands on the device could do so sometime in April. However it seems that Amazon could be pushing back...

Sony A77II Rumored For May Announcement

03/10/2014, We have been hearing a lot about the Sony A77’s successor, which at the moment is apparently going to be known as the A77II which is a little odd as far as naming schemes are concerned. Unfortunately there has not been word on when the camera could be...

Leica T Type 701 Mirrorless Camera Could Be Announced on 24th April

03/06/2014, Leica is a camera brand that many photography enthusiasts have heard about. In some way the brand could even be thought of as the Ferrari of cameras. If you’ve ever walked into a Leica showroom, you know what we’re talking about. Well if you have a...

Sony Acknowledges A7 & A7r Light Leak Issue

03/05/2014, Back in October 2013, Sony officially announced a couple of new cameras in the form of the Sony A7 and the A7r. What made these cameras so unique is that they not only use Sony’s E-mount lenses, but they’re compact, and they also came with full-frame...

Canon Doesn’t See Smartphones As The Enemy

03/03/2014, Smartphones are ubiquitous nowadays. Just about everyone has them. Heck, even kids these days are packing some pretty high-end smartphones themselves! That being said, it also means that everyone now has a camera on them compared to before where you’d...

Fujifilm UK Launches Camera Customization Service

03/03/2014, When it comes to cameras, for the most part they tend to look pretty boring. They usually come in black, brown, or silver finishes which usually gives off a very somber look, unless you’re talking about Lomo cameras in which it’s a whole different...