Quick News – Nikon’s latest fixed lens, fixed focal length, 16.2MP DX-format point-and-shoot, the Coolpix A, is now in stock and ready to ship at many major online retailers including Adorama, B&H and Amazon, debuting in either black (shown-above) or silver for $1,096.99.
Quick News – Fuji’s latest and highly sought after Mirrorless Interchangeable lens camera, the X-E1, is now ready to be shipped to the anxiously awaiting hands of early adopters.
While the kit versions are still generally M.I.A, B&H Photo is listing the body-only version of the camera in black and silver for $999.00 – be sure to pick one up now before their current stock surely runs dry.
Quick News – Samsung has just announced the official price and release date for the Android-powered point-and-shoot aptly named the Galaxy Camera. Those looking to get their hands on the smartphone inspired shoot, edit and share device can pick one up on November 16th for $500 – with or without one of data contracts offered by AT&T.
Quick News – Panasonic of Japan officially dated the anxiously-awaited Lumix GH3, the successor to the critically-acclaimed and cinematic powerhouse, the GH2. According to the Japanese press release, Panny’s new mirrorless ILC will start shipping on December 13th, 2012 – more than enough time for potential purchasers to save those pretty pennies.
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.
Just days after taking NAB 2012 by storm, arguably outshining both of Canon’s highly-published unveilings, as well as cementing itself in the eager-eyes of indie-shooters everywhere, the new 2.5K, raw-shooting, digital cinema camera from Blackmagic Design is now available for pre-order, touting that very appealing price of $2,995.00.
Adorama is one of the first major online retailers to list display availability of the very sleek-looking, all black, Fuji X100, listing the Limited Edition Premium Set for $1,699.95.
The kit includes many of the X100 essentials that were previously sold separately with the original X100, Including the all black lens hood, filter adapter, and genuine black leather case, a sign that Fuji didn’t skimp of the limits of their “Limited Edition.”
For the mystified many who were entranced by the “shoot first, focus later” ability of Lytro’s first consumer light-field camera and quickly hopped online to pre-order, great news! Lytro has begun sending out email shipment confirmations to the very first customers, leaving only a matter of time and distance before the first batch hits the market.
Nikon sure isn’t resting on their laurels following the recently announced and well-received D4 and D800 announcements, as the camera maker is anything but satisfied with the huge amount of momentum already generated through the first few weeks of 2012.