News tagged: DSLR
Carl Zeiss has introduced the second lens in the company's premium line of products. The new Otus line is targeted solely at professionals, and the latest addition costs $4,490. The Otus 1.4/85 lens is similar to last year's 55mm model in that Zeiss is trying to come
Pentax announced the Prestige Edition variant of last year's flagship K-3 DSLR from the company's ranks. This limited edition offering includes a D-BG5 grip with auxiliary battery kit, to match the gunmetal color scheme of the 24.35-megapixel camera.
MIOPS has launched a Kickstarter for a new camera trigger that will make high-speed photography a little bit easier. The trigger connects to a high-speed camera, and the smartphone app can control the camera remotely. With the app, you can tell your camera when to take
Nokia has published a new commercial spreading their firm belief that the Lumia 1020, which packs a gigantic 41 MP PureView camera module at the back, is capable of replacing your DSLR. Indeed, after Nokia Black update, the enhanced image processing algorithms have...
Nikon rolled out the D5300, the company's first DSLR equipped with Wi-Fi wireless networking, letting you sync the camera's contents with your handhelds, or a computer, over the network. With Wi-Fi direct, it speeds up ad-hoc file-transfers from the camera.
Sony announced the Cyber-shot RX-10 super-zoom camera. This pseudo-SLR features a large 1-inch 20.2-megapixel illuminated CMOS sensor, which soaks in a lot of light. The 24-200 mm lens is a star attraction here, with its f/2.8 aperture, to blend with the sensor.
Nikon announces the D610 DSLR, which brings full-frame (FX-format) photography to the compact form-factor. Armed with a 24.3-megapixel full-frame sensor that's backed by Nikon's EXPEED engine, it includes a 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens, and is also available body-only.
Fujifilm has rolled out a new mirrorless ILC today. Dubbed the X-A1, this new camera sports a retro look and comes packing a 16.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor. There's a 3-inch 920k dot LCD display which can also be tilted, wireless transferring of photos and more.
Sony's mirrorless Alpha 3000 camera which boasts of near-DSLR like features and quality will go on sale next month for a very affordable price of just $399. While the device does look like a full-blown DSLR, it is in fact just a mid-range camera that is above many.
Blackmagic design revealed through a press release earlier today that they have slashed the price of their powerful Blackmagic Cinema Camera to make it more affordable and to better place it in this competitive market. The price cut is to the tune of $1000 (whistles).
Digicam Info has released a pair of images and exclusive new details, which includes specifications of the next-generation Panasonic Lumix GX7 camera. The specifications detail the 16-megapixel Lumix GX7 to pack a 2.76 million dot tiltable electronic viewfinder.
Sony may be preparing to launch a range of camera extensions or add-ons that house an Xperia Smartphone and instantly transform the device into a DSLR-like device. A bold move and an industry first, such extensions could change the perception of camera phones for good.
Light field cameras use something called computational photography to gather addition information to allow for the ability to refocus an image after it has been taken. The problem is that the refocusing reduces image quality substantially. MIT researcher has a solution.
Detailed to death in older articles, Samsung's Galaxy NX was made official at Samsung Premier 2013, in London. The Android-powered mirrorless interchangeable lens camera is confirmed to ship with 4G LTE support, and a bigger screen than we thought it had.
Samsung is close to unveiling the first proper DSLR with the 'smartness' of Android, the Galaxy NX. Backed by a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, and support for NX lens mounts, this contraption features a large 4.3-inch screen, Android 4.2.2, and a boatload of imaging apps.
Pentax rolled out a trio of interchangeable lens cameras, including the K-50, a true successor to the K-30; its slightly stripped down sibling, the K-500; and the Q7 compact mirrorless. Two out of these feature some body and grip color customization.
Here it is, the smallest and lightest full-fledged DSLR in the world, the EOS Rebel SL1 from Canon, which is approximately 25 percent smaller and 28 percent lighter than the Rebel T4i. Its sheer feature-set for the size, and a catchy price, could make it a hot-seller.
First of the three major product stack additions this week for Canon, is the EOS Rebel T5i entry-level DSLR. Virtually identical to its predecessor, the T4i, this highly ergonomic sharpshooter packs an 18-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, and an optional 18~55 mm STM lens.
Canon's compact DSLR for the season, the EOS Kiss X7, got leaked to the Japanese press. On paper, it looks like a shrunk down EOS-b, with its 18-megapixel CMOS sensor, Hybrid CMOS AF, ISO 25,600 support, 9-point AF, and the usual Digic5 SoC, bound for a sub-$1000 price.
Nikon have announced their top-level APS-C DSLR. The D7100 comes with a new 24.1-megapixel CMOS sensor. It will be available in March for a suggested retail price of $1599.95 with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens or $1199.95 for the body only.