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Sony Unveils the a7S III: 16-bit RAW Video, New Menus, and New AF System

The wait is over: after many months of rumors, speculation, and leaks, Sony has officially unveiled the Sony a7S III. The video-focused full-frame camera still uses a 12MP sensor, but it can capture 4K at up to 120p, features a thicker body design with hybrid card slots, and debuts an all-new menu system.

Sony a7S III Announcement Delayed (Again) Until Mid-July: Report

According to proven sources cited by Sony Alpha Rumors, Sony management have decided to delay the rumored announcement of the long-awaited Sony a7S III full-frame mirrorless camera until mid-to-end of July. This will allow Sony to announce their camera after Canon is expected to release the EOS R5 and R6, instead of the other way around.

Canon EOS R6 Announcement Delayed Until July: Report

Canon's much-rumored and anticipated EOS R6—the mirrorless variant of the 6D line-up of DSLRs—was originally expected in May, but it sounds like we'll have to wait a little while longer for this full-frame mirrorless camera to officially arrive.

Fujifilm Will Reveal the X-T4 on February 26th

Fujifilm pulled an Apple at the end of the London 2020 X-Summit stream today with "one more thing." After revealing the X100V, teasing the much-anticipated XF 50mm f/1.0 lens, and more, the company announced that it would be unveiling the Fuji X-T4 on February 26th.

Fuji Unveils the X-A10, an Affordable X-Series Camera for Selfie Lovers

For some reason, "entry-level" mirrorless cameras almost all have one thing in common: a cringe-worthy focus on selfies—the Olympus E-PL8, Panasonic GF8, and Fuji's own X-A2 are all great examples of this. Sadly, Fujifilm has not strayed from this formula with the brand new entry-level X-A10.

No More Chimping: Leica Reveals the LCD-Free Leica M-D (Typ 262)

Leica has just debuted the much-anticipated and much-rumored Leica M-D (Typ 262). It's the first production M-Series Leica that leaves out the LCD screen—a camera for photographers with a love of simplicity, a dislike of chimping, and a desire to live in the past and future of photography simultaneously.

Raspberry Pi Camera Gets Its First Upgrade, 8MP and Better in Low Light

The 5MP Omnivision camera module was the Raspberry Pi's very first add-on, but in the three years since it was release it hasn't gotten a single update... that is, until today. The Rasberri Pi Foundation has officially announced the arrival of a new and improved Sony module (actually two), and it won't cost you a penny more than the last one.

The Impossible Project Debuts Its Very First Camera, The I-1

Everybody is "reinventing" things these days, but even still, we would be lying if we said we weren't at least intrigued by the all-new Impossible Project I-1. It's the company's very first camera, or, as they put it, "The Original Instant Camera. Reinvented."

Hasselblad Returns to Its Roots with the Powerful, All-New H6D System

For its 75th anniversary, Hasselblad is returning to its roots. They're saying goodbye to the smaller, rebranded models, and taking aim at the high end medium format market once again. And the company's first giant leap in that direction comes today, in the form of the all new H6D system.