Last month Sony announced their latest A-mount camera: the Sony A99 II. For the past year or two, the company has been focused more on their mirrorless E-mount cameras which led to some photographers getting worried that the A-mount would be left behind, so safe to say that the announcement of the A99 II was a much-welcomed one.
For the longest time ever, Sony has been focusing on its mirrorless range and we guess to a certain point it makes sense. After all mirrorless cameras appeared to be the more favored choice these days amongst amateurs and professionals alike, thanks to their more compact bodies and slightly more modern features.
DSLRs are a dime a dozen, meaning that as a customer, you’re pretty much spoilt for choice. However if you’re not looking to spend thousands of dollars on a DSLR rig, maybe because you’re new or maybe you’re just looking for a backup camera, you might be interested in checking out Nikon’s latest offering.
Canon’s EOS 5D lineup has always been preferred by photographers who require slightly more professional gear. There have been rumors that Canon has been working on a new EOS 5D model called the EOS 5D Mark IV, and now thanks to the folks at Japanese website Digicame-info, photos and specs have been leaked.
Earlier this year, the Nikon D500 DSLR camera started to make its way into the hands of customers. Now if you are the owner of a D500 and you’re wondering why the number of shots shown on your camera is a little “off”, don’t worry, you did not get a bad unit and you’re definitely not alone in this.
The Nikon D500 was announced earlier this year at CES 2016. The camera was originally pegged for a release late March, but Nikon announced that they would be delaying the camera’s release to the end of April. The good news is that if the D500 was a camera that caught your eye, you will be pleased to learn that reports are claiming that the camera has begun to make its […]
While compact cameras have indeed come a long way from back in the day, what with companies like Sony introducing compact cameras with 1-inch sensors, it’s still a bit hard to compete against DSLRs which not only have larger sensors, but also the flexibility of being able to swap between different lenses.
During CES 2016, Nikon announced the Nikon D5, the latest flagship DSLR camera from the company. The camera was initially expected for a release on the 15th of March, but a listing on Amazon suggested that maybe it had been delayed. Turns out that if you were hoping for a 15th March release, you might be disappointed.
When it comes to full-frame DSLRs, there are plenty of options available from the likes of Nikon, Sony, Canon, and etc. However if you’re looking to move away from the more mainstream brands, you might be interested to learn that Ricoh has officially taken the wraps off its first full-frame DSLR in the form of the Pentax K-1.
A couple of days ago, we reported on leaked specs and photos of the upcoming Canon EOS 80D. As we suspected, the leaked photos and specs indicated that the camera was due for a launch and sure enough Canon has obliged. The company has recently announced the Canon EOS 80D alongside the Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II.
A report from last year suggested that Canon had at least two new cameras in the works. One of the cameras was the EOS 1D X MK II which was announced earlier this month, and the other is the EOS 80D. It looks like we could be close to an official announcement because the folks at Digicame-info (via Photo Rumors) have managed to get their hands on photos and specs […]
The Nikon D5 was announced last month at CES 2016 where according to Nikon, the camera was expected for a release in March. So far retailers like Amazon and Adorama had initially put the release date as the 15th of March, but according to Nikon Rumors, it has recently been spotted that Amazon has since changed the release date to the 24th of March.
Earlier this year during CES, Nikon announced a new camera in the form of the Nikon D500. The camera was initially slated to begin shipping out to customers and retailers mid-March, but it seems that it has since been delayed and will now be making its way to customers and retailers by the end of the April.
After being treated to leaked images and rumored specs for a while now, photographers looking for a new professional-grade camera will be pleased to learn that Canon has officially announced their latest DSLR camera in the form of the Canon EOS 1D X Mark II, whose photos were leaked just several days ago.