Over the past 48-hours, we’ve seen a lot of developments in the Pentax camp regarding the soon-to-be-announced K-30 DSLR. From a French catalog’s initial leak (shown above), to specification revelations, to even more image leaks, Pentax’s K-r replacement won’t leave much to the imagination on what to expect prior to its official announcement. Which leads into today’s K-30 tidbit, coming courtesy of Pentaxforums, revealing that the entry-level DSLR will be unveiled next week.
Following up yesterday’s report of a presumable Canon T4i (650D) announcement coming next month, comes another batch of speculative specifications that we may see in the next Rebel. While we’ve already seen a slew of feature-sets tossed around from time to time, especially in the recent months, Canon Rumors is classifying the following as very close to being factual, originating from credible reports from trusted sources.
First attempted and performed convincingly in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1958 film entitled Vertigo, the equilibrium-altering dolly zoom, or “Hitchcock zoom,” is an unsettling in-camera effect that is achieved with the help of a zoom lens, changing the focal distances so that the object of focus is kept in the same position while the camera itself is being or moved toward or away from the subject.