Articles about dslrs

Sony Has Stopped Selling DSLR Cameras
Back in the day, Sony was known for their Cyber-shot digital compact cameras, but after acquiring Minolta, the company started to develop its own DSLR cameras. This proved to be somewhat popular for a while, and later the company expanded to mirrorless cameras and then full frame mirrorless cameras.

DJI Teases New Ronin Gimbals For Cameras
Last week, the folks at DJI took the wraps off their latest gimbal designed for smartphones in the form of the DJI Osmo Mobile 4. But what about users who are looking for a gimbal for their digital cameras? We know that DJI makes gimbals for those devices as well, and the good news is that those gimbals could be arriving next month.

Alleged Specs Of Nikon D750 Successor Leaked
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.

Canon’s EOS Ra Camera Is Aimed At Astrophotographers
When it comes to cameras, there are certain cameras that might be more suited for certain styles of photography. For example, some cameras might come with faster subject tracking and focusing, making it more capable at shooting sports or action photography that require that kind of speed.


Nikon D6 Rumored To Sport Built-In Sensor Stabilization
Nikon DX series of cameras have always been aimed at professional photographers or discerning hobbyists who have the cash to splash. However, if there was ever a feature missing from its lineup that we’re sure many photographers could appreciate, it would be sensor-based stabilization (also known as in-body stabilization).

Nikon D850 Filmmaker Kit Launched In The US
Back then when it came to filming movies and videos in general, you would need a dedicated video camera to do so. However these days DSLRs come with video recording features which actually can do more than just hold their own. In fact if you’re looking to get into filmmaking, you might be interested in Nikon’s latest launch.

Fujifilm Believes Their Mirrorless Cameras Will Eventually Match DSLR Autofocus
There is an ongoing debate in the photography world as to whether or not mirrorless cameras have the potential to replace DSLRs. There are some well-known professionals who have made the switch very publicly, but at the same time there are some technical shortcomings in mirrorless cameras that are hard to ignore.

‘I’m Back’ Accessory Turns Analog SLRs Into Digital Hybrids
While many photographers might extol the virtues of shooting analog and film, claiming that it produces “warmer” images and has a certain tone/feel to it that digital can’t replicate, it is hard to ignore some of the downsides to shooting with film. This includes the inability to check photos after you’ve taken them, the time and money spent developing the film, and also the low storage capacity.

Canon To Shift More Focus To Mirrorless Cameras
Without a doubt Canon is one of the biggest names (alongside Nikon) when it comes to DSLRs and professional photography equipment. Take a look at any sporting event and you will find photographers equipped with either a Canon or Nikon DSLR. However that’s just one segment of the market.

DJI Ronin-S Stabilizer For DSLRs, Mirrorless Cameras Announced
[CES 2018] If you’re looking for a handheld stabilizer for your camera, you’ll be interested to learn that DJI has recently announced the Ronin-S. This is a handheld stabilizer designed specifically for DSLR and mirrorless cameras, with a built-in three-axis gimbal that will help keep your videos steady, even with zoom lenses attached to it.

‘Nikon D5s’ Hashtag Spotted On Instagram Fuels Speculation
Based on past Nikon releases for their professional DSLRs, we’ve seen the company release the Nikon D3, followed by the D3s, the D4, which was then followed by the D4s, and early last year we saw the company launch the D5. This means that assuming Nikon refreshes their professional lineup every 2 years or so, can we expect the Nikon D5s in 2018?

Canon EOS 7D MK III Expected To Arrive By Summer 2018
So we have been hearing rumors about Canon possibly launching a new DSLR camera in the form of the EOS 7D MK III. Last we heard, it was rumored that it could launch in March 2018, and now according to a report from Canon Watch (via DPreview), it seems to have echoed the previous reports and is suggesting that the camera will launch by the summer of 2018.

This Universal Lens Cap Could Be The Last Lens Cap You’ll Ever Need
If you’re a photographer who owns or has dabbled with interchangeable lens cameras like DSLRs or mirrorless cameras, then you know how annoying it is whenever you misplace a lens cap. This means having to spend more money, and in the meantime it could also mean that your lens glass could get scratched.

Canon EOS 7D MK III Rumored For March 2018
The Canon EOS 7D MK II was officially launched back in September 2014 which means that it has been about 3 years since its launch and probably means that it’s due for an upgrade. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that according to the folks at Canon Rumors have heard that the EOS 7D MK III could be announced next year.

Nikon D850 Press Release Photos Leaked Ahead Of Announcement
The Nikon D850 exists and we know that because back in July, Nikon confirmed that they are working on it and that the camera is expected to be the successor to the Nikon D810 from a few years ago. However apart from that confirmation, things like specs and also photos of the camera have yet to be revealed, or at least until now.

New Nikon D850 Photo Leaked
If you’re a photographer who is in the market for a new professional DSLR, or a hobbyist looking for more “serious” gear, then you might have heard that Nikon has a new camera in the works in the form of the Nikon D850, which the company has confirmed is real and does exist, although specs and design remain a bit of a mystery for now.

Leaked Translated Nikon D850 Slides Confirms Its Specs
While Nikon might have confirmed that they are working on the Nikon D850 camera, apart from it being a full-frame camera that is the successor to the D810, the company stopped short of sharing the specs and features that we might be able to expect. However thanks to leaked slides, we might know more about the camera already.

More Alleged Nikon D850 Features/Specifications Leaked
The Nikon D850 is a camera that Nikon has recently confirmed that they are working on. However despite the company making it announcement of the camera official, they have not really revealed much about it, save for the fact that it will be a full-frame camera that is also meant to be the successor to the D810.

Nikon And Canon Announce Delays For Some Of Their Cameras
If you were thinking of getting your hands on either the 100th anniversary edition of the Nikon D5, or the recently launched Canon EOS 6D MK II, then you might be disappointed to learn that coincidentally enough both cameras have been announced as being delayed. These announcements were made by Nikon and Canon respectively on their websites.

Nikon D850 Rumored To Be The ‘Baby’ Version Of The D5
So Nikon has confirmed that they have a new DSLR camera in the works in the form of the Nikon D850. This is supposed to be the successor to the Nikon D810 that was released several years ago, but apart from the camera featuring a full-frame sensor, not much is known about it save for some rumored specs and features.