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Click here to read our Sony A7 III Review Conclusion Sony's full-frame mirrorless cameras keep getting better and better! The latest-generation of their "entry-level" option, the A7 III, is no exception. At $2,000 it's admittedly kind of odd to consider it "entry-level," but the A7 line is the starting point into the Sony full-frame mirrorless family. However, don't t
Out with the old, in with the new. Nikon has officially discontinued all the existing mirrorless cameras in its Nikon 1 series, which hasn’t seen a new camera since the J5 was announced in April 2015.As you can see from this Nikon 1 product timeline on Wikipedia, the line has been completely ignored for a few years now.Speculation about the 1 Series’ demise has been swirling since 201
It’s not just Nikon. Canon is also reportedly planning to launch two different full frame mirrorless cameras in the very near future.Canon Rumors is hearing that Canon will be releasing two full frame mirrorless cameras before the middle of 2019. And like Nikon’s rumored pair, Canon’s cameras will also arrive as a high-megapixel “flagship” model and a lower resolutio
Click here to read my Canon EOS M50 Field Test Canon's latest mirrorless camera, the Canon EOS M50, is their first M-series camera to offer 4K UHD video. That's not its only headlining feature, the camera also has a Vari-angle touchscreen, a built-in electronic viewfinder, revised Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus and much more, all available in a kit with a 15-45mm lens for only
Fujifilm's X Series mirrorless cameras have been oozing retro-cool for some time now, but these interchangeable lens snappers are much more than mere eye candy – as we found out for ourselves in February when we went hands-on with the series flagship. Now the company has announced a new member of the family, the X-T100... Continue Reading Fujifilm banks on retro appeal for latest X Series
the fujifilm X-T100 uses four tactile control dials, a slim compact body and a 3-way articulating screen to take pictures or videos of yourself. The post classic style at entry level, fujifilm unveils the mirrorless X-T100 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Ted Forbes with The Art of Photography recently sat down with Kevin Raber of The Luminous Landscape at a recent Sony event to discuss photography. The discussion covers a wide range of topics. When you put two great photographic minds together at a table, you know that'll be an interesting talk. Early on, Raber brings up mirrorless technology and innovation. Raber argues that with mirrorles
Earlier this year, IR founder and publisher Dave Etchells and senior editor William Brawley attended the CP+ tradeshow in Japan, where they were fortunate to be able to meet with executives from many of the most significant companies in the imaging industry. As we work our way through a backlog of transcription and editing, our interview series continues with a visit to the booth of Sony Corp.
It may not come as surprising news, given how dramatically the camera landscape has changed over the last few years and the numerous rumors flying about, but as you can see from the video below, Nikon has hinted at their upcoming mirrorless camera plans. In an interview with NHK World Japan at this year's Camera & Photo Imaging Show, better known as CP+, Nikon Imaging Japan Executive Of
Here it is, straight from the horse’s mouth: Nikon has a new mirrorless camera system brewing, and the company is aiming to have it land in photographers’ hands by the spring of 2019.NikonEye caught the confirmation in an interview conducted by the Japanese TV network NHK with a Nikon manager.“[D]evelopment is underway, and we expect to bring one to market by spring next year,&#


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