Quick News – Given the fact that the Nikon D600 has already experienced a full-fledged image leak (shown above) compounded with months upon months of periodic updates from the rumor mills, it’s no surprise that things are beginning to heat up in the weeks leading up to Photokina 2012.
Quick News – Last week, the first leaked images of the Fuji X-Pro 1′s younger sibling, the X-E1, surfaced on the pages of digicame-info, revealing the next exciting and soon-to-be-announced MILC offering from Fuji.
Today, a new batch of images has emerged, showing the silver variant of the X-E1 in all its glory retro-enthused beauty – take a look:
Quick News – Not only did Fuji’s new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera experience a pre-Photokina 2012 leak, but we now have the chance to feast our eyes on a new X-series compact shown above and below, bringing with it that beautiful retro-inspired vision we’ve come to expect from Fuji’s latest camera offerings.
Without question, the Leica stamp that’s machine etched into every high-priced, but incredibly well-preforming optic, from the Summilux 50mm 1.4 asph to the Noctilux‑M 50mm f/0.95, has become synonymous with lens perfection and the object of desire for any photo enthusiast that can appreciate quality.
Thanks to today’s leak, finding its way onto the pages of Digicame-info, we now know what Fuji has been brewing behind the scenes, anxiously awaiting for Photokina 2012 to announce what is shown above and below – a new, more affordable retro inspired MILC, the X-E1.
Quick News – As expected, our good friends at Sony Alpha Rumors and Digicame-info.com has brought us our first complete look at the outer shell of the soon-to-be-announced Sony NEX-5R – the successor to the widely-acclaimed and respected NEX-5N.
Quick News – The ever-credible folks at Sony Alpha Rumors have once again divulged some incredibly promising information from “many” trusted sources this week, claiming that something “revolutionary” is on the way and its something of the full-frame NEX variety.
A few months ago, you might have read about an issue pertaining to Canon’s latest DSLR release, the EOS-650D/T4i, and a potentially serious problem associated with its front and side rubber grips – an annoyance that could, in fact, induce an allergic reaction and possible skin rash.
After capturing his second gold metal of the 2012 Summer Olympics in the men’s 200m sprint, Usain Bolt, the self and critically proclaimed “world’s fastest man,” took the post race celebratory opportunity to show his apparent enthusiasm for sports photography, borrowing a Nikon D4 from Scandinavian press-photographer Jimmy Wixtröm to capture playfully-amazing POV shots from an Olympic athlete.