As is the case with every major Fuji camera release, Billy and Greg a.k.a the Fuji Guys, dissect, inform and evaluate the facts, giving the general public some of the most comprehensive details in regards to Fuji cameras you’ll find.
In the spirit of all the exciting news coming from Photokina 2012, Zeiss has decided to take to their official blog and spill the beans on what the foreseeable future will hold for our mirrorless camera system owning friends – In particular, the Sony NEX and Fuji XF shooters of the world.
Aircraft pilot Jakub Vlk has an unobstructed view of the world many people have never gotten a chance to truly see or experience – incredible perspective scenes from the front of a plane at heights of up to 35,000 feet above sea-level. Packed with a Canon 600D, Vlk decided to share what even the most frequent of fliers never get a chance to witness, a week in the life of an aviator and a front row view to the beauty of Earth’s skies.
Quick News – Earlier today, during their official GH3 unveiling, Panasonic took the time to also solidify their commitment to deliver high-quality glass for MFT system cameras, teasing a pair of fast primes set for a 2014 release.
A lot has been made in the recent weeks regarding a new DSLR venture from Canon – in particular, an entry-level full-frame model to compete with the recently announced Nikon D600 and spearhead a presumable new trend of more affordable full-frame models making their way into the market.
Whether it be premature or deliberate, the long-awaited Panasonic Lumix GH3 has just been “debuted” by Panasonic via their official YouTube channel. The lengthy premiere trailer, confirms a few important specs that have been floating around the rumor mills for quite sometime, while highlighting the areas of improvement over its predecessor.
Nikon has just announced the forever-rumored Nikon D600 – a DSLR that not only marks a significant step in the acclimation of full-frame cameras into lower price brackets, but also a tell-tale-sign that Nikon has been keeping an ear to the market which has been openly begging for the chance to shoot affordable full-frame.
The months and months of rumors will finally culminate in a huge announcement day for Sony come tomorrow, Wednesday September 12th – a date in which the game-changing camera maker will announce the long-awaited full-frame Alpha A99, the NEX-6 and the surprising RX1 compact.
Last week, the first leaked images of Pentax’s new mirrorless offering, the Q10, emerged and as is the case with most premature outages, the specification and feature sets were soon to follow. Today, we have our first indications of what this pint-sized MILC will bring to the table, courtesy of the never-ending source of camera leaks, Digicame-info and PhotoRumors - take a look: