Posts Tagged ‘rumors’

Nikon J5 May Be the First Nikon Camera to Offer 4K, Expected with the D7200 Soon

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Canon just had a torrent of new product announcements earlier this month, and now it looks like Nikon will follow suit with some big announcements of its own.

There’s new word that Nikon will soon be announcing a new DSLR and a new mirrorless camera, the latter of which may be the first Nikon camera to offer 4K video recording.
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Murmurings of What’s to Come in Sigma’s Art Line of Lenses: 85mm, 135mm, and 24-70mm

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A week ago, Sigma unveiled its new 24mm f/1.4, the latest lens in its highly-regarded Art line of lenses. Now, the rumor mill is churning again as photographers look forward to which focal length Sigma will cover next.
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Nikon Patents a 24-70mm f/2.8 Phase Fresnel Lens

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It looks like Nikon is planning to introduce its new Phase Fresnel technology to some popular focal lengths. A newly discovered patent shows a Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 lens with a Phase Fresnel element.
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Canon 5Ds Won’t Have 4K, but the 1D C Just Got a $4K Price Drop and the 5D Mark IV Might

When the upcoming Canon 5Ds was leaked a couple of days ago, one of the features that was notably absent was 4K video recording. Instead, it will be a high-res, photo-centric DSLR that can capture 1920×1080 video at 30fps.
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Rumor: The Next Canon 5D DSLR Model May Come in Three Different Flavors

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The Canon 5D Mark III was first announced back in March 2012, so it should be due for a replacement soon. There are some interesting new rumors swirling around regarding what that successor might look like. If they are accurate, then Canon may be planning not one, but three DSLRs as followups to the 5D Mark III.
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High Megapixel Canon DSLR Will Arrive in 2015, Will Likely Cost Less Than $4,000

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Canon will be launching a new high megapixel DSLR sometime in 2015. The camera will reportedly offer a resolution of somewhere around 50 megapixels, and the body shape will not be of the EOS-1 style with a built-in vertical grip.
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Rumor: The Olympus E-M5II Will Use Sensor Shift to Capture 40MP Photos with a 16MP Sensor

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Some hugely innovative news is coming out of the Olympus rumor mill today. According to highly trusted sources, the followup to the Olympus OM-D E-M5 will take a page out of Hasselblad’s multi-shot book and, using its sensor shift capabilities, spit out 40MP images from its 16MP sensor! Read more…

Reports Confirm that the 5-Axis Stabilization on Sony’s a7II Works with All 3rd Party Glass

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Just four days ago, Sony announced its a7II: the world’s first full-frame digital camera with 5-axis image stabilization build into the body. But as impressive as we know the image stabilization could be, no one was quite sure what glass said stabilization would work with.

The news, however, is all good. New reports are confirming that the a7II’s stabilization will work with all(!) 3rd party lenses.

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All Info, Press Pictures and Price of the Canon 100-400mm II Lens Leaked

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Holy product leaks Batman! Info and photo leaks don’t get much more comprehensive than this. In what they’re actually titling the official introduction post, Canon Rumors has posted four higher res product shots of the Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM II alongside full specs, pricing, and a detailed description of the lens from top to bottom.

At this point, it would be a formality for Canon to even announce the darn thing. But if you want to save the surprise for the official announcement of this Unicorn lens, we don’t suggest you read on. Read more…

Full Specs for Upcoming Canon 100-400mm Lens Emerge Alongside Another Leaked Photo

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The new Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM II is set to arrive later this month, which might explain why the leaks have started coming hard and fast. After the official photo leaked yesterday, a full spec list has emerged that shows just how many improvements Canon is planning to make to the 16-year-old lens. Read more…