Back in 2018, Fujifilm announced the X-T3 mirrorless digital camera. In 2019, we started hearing rumors that a successor to the camera could be in the works and that it might be released towards the end of 2020. However, it seems that we might be seeing the camera a lot earlier than expected.
If you’ve spent thousands of dollars on camera lenses, you might want to take better care of it. This comes in the form of keeping it in a dry box where it prevents the lens and the elements from getting overly humid, which in turn can cause fungus to grow and could ruin the glass of your lenses.
According to a rumor from earlier this month, it was suggested that Canon could be working on a new professional EOS R camera that could feature a hybrid EF/RF mount. Now according to a report from Canon Watch, it seems that another possible rumored feature of the camera is a “moving sensor”.
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.
Canon’s EOS R mirrorless camera was originally launched back in 2018. If you weren’t too thrilled by its specs or were waiting for a successor, you might be pleased to learn that we might be able to expect the Mark II version in 2020. This is according to a report from Canon Rumors who heard from their sources that testing of the EOS R Mark II is already underway.
For amateur photographers, having a single memory card in your camera is usually good enough to get the job done. However, professionals who need to be constantly moving and shooting, such as at a wedding, a single memory card is definitely not enough. This is why cameras that support dual memory cards tend to be favored by the pros.
The problem with a lot of camera systems is that generally speaking, lenses don’t come in a one-size-fits-all design. This means that even amongst the same brand, different models could use different lens mounts. This in turn creates a problem for photographers who are looking to adopt a new system and would either have to deal with adapters or buy a new set of lens entirely, which can be pretty […]
Fujifilm’s flagship camera lineup used to consist of the Fujifilm X-Pro and X-T series, but in 2018, Fujifilm decided to add a new camera to the lineup in the form of the X-H series starting with the X-H1. The camera was Fujifilm’s way of showing that they cared about videographers and included some features aimed at making video capture better.
Back in 2018, Fujifilm launched their flagship camera in the form of the X-T3. It came with various improvements over its predecessor, the X-T2, but it was also missing some wishlist features that Fujifilm fans were hoping for. But could Fujifilm be making it “right” with the X-T4? That’s what some of the rumors are saying.
In the digital camera market, there are many players such as Sony, Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Fujifilm, and Panasonic, just to name a few. However, there are some brands that are definitely more popular and preferred than others, and as such, other brands are starting to suffer as their slice of the market pie is getting smaller.
Camera lenses are delicate things due to their construction, where what determines the quality and performance of a lens is in its choice and use of glass. This is why camera lenses should be handled with care, but unfortunately for photographer Greg Reigler, it seems that not everyone shares that philosophy.
A few weeks ago, a video surfaced in which it compared Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro against a $7,500 Canon professional camera. It was quite a tricky test which only meant that it was in the iPhone’s favor, as if you can’t tell the difference that clearly, then obviously Apple is doing a killer job with the camera on its iPhone.
The Nikon D750 was originally launched back in 2014, which means that it is about time that the camera gets a refresh. If you are interested in perhaps getting your hands on the potential successor of the D750, the folks at Nikon Rumors have managed to obtain what they claim could be the leaked specs of the upcoming camera.
Several years ago, Leica tossed their hat into the mirrorless camera ring when they launched the Leica SL camera. Now four years later, it looks like the company finally announced the successor to the SL in the form of the SL2, Leica’s latest attempt at a mirrorless camera where it comes with a bunch of new features that might make it worth the upgrade.