In true light-heated Digital Rev fashion, Kai Wong and the DR-team has created a semi-informative, yet fully-entertaining video highlighting their top 50 photography tips, touched upon in rapid succession and in under 15-minutes.
While the price-point of the newly announced Leica M Monochrom black & white rangefinder will forever be a point of contention, it’s becoming more and more prevalent that its touted image quality will not be – this camera undeniably produces some resolution-rich images, jam-packed with superior sharpness when compared to the already stellar preforming offerings like the M9.
If by chance all the recent camera patent news brought to us by our friends at Egami wasn’t enough to satiate your need for the know, here’s another interesting publication from Canon, hinting that what may be in-store for their next super-zoom release.
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The Financial Times is reporting that the ill-stricken Olympus corp. has come to an out-of-court agreement with Michael Woodford; the firms former CEO turned axed accounting scheme whistle-blower, for the unfair dismissal of his duties just two weeks into his tenure.
Without question, one of the most anticipated camera releases of this summer is undoubtedly the Sony NEX-FS700, and with a foreseeable release of this magnitude, it’s only fitting the esteemed Mr. Philip Bloom gives us his thorough thoughts on Sony’s latest 4k-ready, slow motion, super 35mm camcorder.
While the public outing of a Nikon lens patent containing a trio of potential 1-series mirrorless lenses would be noteworthy enough, it’s the small detail jam packed within publication number “201298706″ that’s getting the majority of the attention thanks in large to the hints of what could presumably be in the pipeline for the camera makers mirrorless platform.
Earlier in the month, we touched upon the reports from Nikon D4 and D800 users, claiming their new respective full-frame beauties had the tendency to “lock-up” and become unresponsive under certain conditions – an issue that Nikon themselves were quick to confirm. Fast forward nearly a month later, and we now have a legitimate fix for the phenomena by way of a firmware update brought to our attention by the good folks at Nikon Rumors.
Quick News – Just days Pentax announced their newest DSLR offering, the 16MP weather-proof K-30, the camera maker looks to have some more expected announcement fuel left in the tank, taking to Facebook and releasing a teaser that suggests something new may be in-store for June 1st.