Last week, a teaser began floating around the interwebs pointing to the foreseeable release of a Leica “Mini M” – a camera that many believe would be Leica’s answer to Fuji’s X-series success’ if indeed such a camera were to be unveiled.
Last week, Fuji Rumors received word from trusted sources pointing to FujiFilm’s plans to release an “entry level” mirrorless interchangeable lens camera baring the X-Series brand, set to be announced later this summer.
Trusted sources close to the reliable folks at Fuji Rumors have released some exciting (if true) information regarding Fuji’s foreseeable X-series plans. According to the report, an “entry level” mirrorless interchangeable lens camera baring the X-series name will be released sometime this summer, at a price point similar to that of the X10.
Quick News – Fresh off their announcement of the highly-anticipated 18-35mm F/1.8 DC HSM, Sigma appears steadfast on keeping all hands on deck, eager to continue to produce new, exciting and extremely high-quality optics, while at the same time solidifying themselves as a premiere camera lens maker.
It’s no secret that Samsung is banking on incorporating the Android OS to their current and future digital camera endeavors – as the Galaxy camera’s release so clearly signifies. Therefore, when a leak such as the image shown above emerges, showing similar characteristics to that of common Android-powered devices, the Samsung rumor-mill buzz begins.
Even though it’s April fools, the following report is indeed real!
43Rumors is reporting word from several sources which claim Panasonic is set to unveil the new GF6 and G6 next Tuesday, April 9th.
Quick News – Both Canon Rumors and North Light Images are both reporting similar word from sources which point to Canon finally announcing their big megapixel DSLR by this fall, narrowing the long-rumored DSLR’s time-frame down to September or October of this year.
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.