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Pentax Reveals New APS-C DSLR and Three Lenses in Online Presentation

Ricoh released a 40-minute video presentation last night on YouTube, detailing its plans for several Pentax products that are "in-development." The video was released in lieu of a CP+ 2020 presentation, and shared details about the upcoming APS-C DSLR, one previously-announced 85mm lens, and two brand new lenses we hadn't heard about before.

Sony Will Unveil a New Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera in June: Report

The Sony a7S III has been anticipated for so long that it's become a myth in and of itself. It's the unicorn camera. A symbol for infinite delay and a victim of impossibly high expectations. But if the latest round of reports from "trusted sources" are to be believed, it's finally almost here.

Ricoh Unveils ‘Ultra-Rugged’ WG-70 Compact Camera

Ricoh today unveiled its latest "ultra-rugged" compact camera: the WG-70. The camera features a few usability improvements over its predecessor, the WG-60, but remains largely unchanged in terms of the design and core feature set.

Nikon Europe Leaked the Nikon D6 This Morning, Announcement Tonight

It's been a bad few weeks for leaks directly from the source. First, Canon Australia leaked their own promo videos and brochures for both the Canon 90D and Canon EOS M6 Mark II a full week before announcement. Now, Nikon has let the D6 cat out of the bag less than 24 hours before they're supposed to officially reveal the camera.

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.

Why I Won’t Buy a New Camera

This is one of the more inspirational, down to Earth, GAS busting gear monologs we've seen. Originally published in 2015, this video by DSLRguide's Simon Cade explains exactly why he has no interest in upgrading his trusty Canon T3i to something more popular and powerful.