Quick News - As expected, Canon’s recently leaked EOS-B has seen the light of day prior to its expected official unveiling later this week on March 22nd. Moreover, we also get a peak at the new STM-version of the EF-S 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 IS – an updated kit zoom which will also be announced alongside the EOS-B and bundled upon release.
Quick News – It’s been well-reported from sources that Canon will introduce a “smaller DSLR” and/or a new MILC offering on March 22nd. Today, Best Buy may have solidified those initial rumors as the electronics retailer has listed the “Canon EOS-B” to their product database, even detailing the yet-to-be-announced camera’s presumable specifications and price ahead of Canon’s official announcement.
Press Images of the Upcoming Sony NEX-3N, Alpha A-58 and Lens Trio Leaked Ahead of Official Announcement
Quick News – As previously reported, Sony is prepped and ready to unveil the latest additions to their NEX and Alpha line, planning to officially announce the NEX-3N, Alpha A-58 and three A-mount optics in the; 18-55mm f/3.5/5.6 II, 70-400G f/4.5-5.6 II and the highly-anticipated Zeiss 50mm f/1.4.
Sony Alpha Rumors has just received and shared the first leaked image of the upcoming Sony NEX-3N – the successor to the current NEX-F3 and what’s appearing to be just a slight update over its predecessor.
According to the report associated with the leak, the Sony NEX-3N will pack the same 16.1MP APS-C sized sensor found in the F3, with the only major differentiations between the two cameras coming in regards to that zoom control dial shown in the image above – an addition clearly added in lieu of the two E-mount power zoom lenses Sony has recently released.
Quick News – Not coming as much of a surprise, the full press-releases and detailed X-100s and X-20 specifications have been outed by none other than Fuji themselves just hours before their respective CES 2013 announcements. If you’re the eager type, take a peek at the goods below before hearing and seeing it direct from Fuji later on today.
Just as previous reports detailed earlier in the month have indicated, Nikon’s successor to one half of their 1-series mirrorless camera offerings has just been announced, unveiling the dramatically redesigned V2, bringing with it a slew of new features and enhancements.
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.
Well, it’s no secret the Fuji X-E1′s announcement and official unveiling are imminent. With all the image and specification leaks unearthed thus far, little room has been left for the imagination to ponder what Fuji’s next MILC may bring to the table. If there were any debates and uncertainty regarding the aforementioned, those sentiments quickly ended with today’s revelation, as hb.qq.com has uncovered Fuji’s official X-E1 press release, revealing the goods ahead of schedule.
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Fresh off the new rumblings of an expected DX D400 release landing this fall, comes the validation of a more longstanding rumor of the full-frame entry-level variety. The images shown above and below, which initially appeared on Xitek.com, are believed to be our first “real” look at the Nikon D600 – a camera that many were hoping would pan out to be everything the preliminary reports have claimed it to be.