For the past month or so, we have been hearing rumors that Fujifilm could be close to announcing a new compact camera in the form of the Fujifilm X100V. For those who have been looking forward to the camera, you’ll be pleased to learn that it has since been officially announced.
The other day thanks to a leaked photo, we might have caught a glimpse of the upcoming Fujifilm X100V digital camera. It wasn’t a particularly clear photo and it showed the camera in real-life, although if anything, it did at the very least confirm one of the rumors which suggested that the camera might have a two-way flip-out display.
For those shopping about for a new compact camera, Fujifilm’s X100 series is actually a pretty popular choice amongst photographers. In fact, if the rumors are to be believed, Fujifilm is working on a new model in the form of the Fujifilm X100V and whose specs were recently leaked on Twitter by Nokishita.
If the rumors are to be believed, Fujifilm is expected to officially launch the fifth camera in the X100 lineup as early as next month. What this means is that the camera should be just about ready and should already be in production, or at the very least gearing up to be produced.
These days our smartphones are more than capable of taking excellent photos, but there are times when a dedicated camera can still get the job done a lot better. This is namely due to a variety of factors, such as having a bigger sensor, bigger lens, better quality glass, and so on. If you’re after such a camera but rather not deal with having to change lenses, Fujifilm’s upcoming X100V […]
While there is no doubt an appeal for cameras with interchangeable lenses, as it allows photographers to take a wider variety of photos, not everyone is so eager to invest in such an ecosystem or want to lug around several lenses. Some photographers just want to snap photos and move on.
Sony RX100 VII Camera: My ExperienceEditor's Pick
Sony calls the $1299 Sony RX100 VII a camera with “Pro features” in a to-go package and targets a creative crowd of professionals and influencers willing to spend to streamline their ultramobile camera setup.
Thanks to recently leaked specs, it was revealed that Sony had a new compact camera in the works in the form of the Sony RX100 VII, a new addition to its popular RX100 series of compacts. If you are in the market for a new camera, then you might be pleased to learn that the RX100 VII has since been officially launched.
Compact cameras don’t get a lot of love these days because for the most part, the majority of our phones can actually do a pretty good job that in some cases can be better than regular compact cameras. However, as always, there are outliers, and Sony’s RX100 series of compacts are some of them.
The thing about cameras is that some of them can be quite fragile. This means that using them in extreme weather conditions or settings might not be the best idea. However, Olympus has over the years released cameras part of its Tough TG lineup that have been designed to weather more extreme conditions.
We had recently heard a rumor that the Fujifilm X100F successor, potentially known as the X100V or X200, will only be arriving in 2020. We are pretty excited for it given how good the X100 series has been, and now according to a new report from Fuji Rumors, it seems that there are more reasons to be excited for the camera.
Back in 2017, Fujifilm announced their latest compact camera in the form of the X100F. Fujifilm has made improvements in leaps and bounds over the years with its X100 series of cameras, and as such, many are no doubt eagerly anticipating what the next X100 camera could be bringing to the table.
If you’re looking to introduce your child to the world of photography but don’t want them to ruin your expensive camera, Nikon might have something for you. The company has recently introduced a new camera in the form of the Nikon COOLPIX W150 which is a digital compact camera that is kid-friendly.
Canon is known for their cameras, and not just their DSLRs either. The company actually has a pretty decent reputation for creating solid compact cameras aimed at enthusiasts as part of their PowerShot G series. For those who loved the PowerShot G5 X, you will be pleased to learn that a successor to the camera could be in the works.