10 Good Reasons to Buy Nikon D750

Nikon D750

I have to admit that when I heard the Nikon D750 for the first time, I though what a boring camera it is, not much different from the Nikon D610, just another full frame from Nikon to extent their product range for marketing purposes. But after a second thought, somehow it looked like a very logical option. So here I ...

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Sony A7000 Rumors

Sony A6000

There are rumors about upcoming Nex-7 successor: Sony a7000 which will have rangefinder styled body  could finally get a successor early 2015. even though Sony replaces NEX-7 and NEX-6 when they announced the A6000 (read the comparison here), but A7000  with improved sensor, better body controls and $K video is always welcomed. A7000 may have a new 24MP sensor and ...

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Sony Alpha 7S Pricing and Availability

Sony A7s

Sony has announced the pricing and availability information for its 12 MP Full Frame mirroless camera, Alpha 7S.  The body will be available in July and sell for $2,499.99. On the other hand, 24 MP A7 sell for $1.498 ($1.000 cheaper), and 36 MP A7r sell for $2.298. If you are not really in to 4K video or extreme low light ...

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New Sony A77 II Announced

Sony A77 II

New Sony A77 II Announced Sony has announced the SLT-A77 II APS-C camera with an updated 24 MP CMOS Sensor. Sony obviously put a great effort on developing the new Autofocus system of A77 II: A77 II features  a 79-point (15 cross points) autofocus sensor and an ultra-fast, intelligent AF tracking system with advanced algorithms to predict subjects movement, and it can ...

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Leica T Camera and Mirrorless T System Officially Announced

Leica T( Type 701)

Leica has announced its new T-System, a MILC (mirrorless interchangeable lens camera) system with autofocus. along with the first camera in the system,  Leica T. Leica T features a 16.5MP APS-C sensor. Leica is also releasing 18-56mm F3.5-5.6 and t 23mm F2 prime with T, and plans to introduce 11-23mm F3.5-4.5 wide-angle zoom and 55-135mm F3.5-4.5 telezoom soon.  Leica T features a 3.7″ ...

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Lytro announced the Illum – a new Pro-Level Light Field Camera

Lytro Illum

Lytro has announced the new Lytro Illum , a pro-level light field camera. Lytro Illum key features:  40-megaray light field sensor ( 4x larger than the previous Lytro) 30-250mm equivalent f2.0 lens Max shutter speed of 1/4000s 4-inch, articulating touchscreen display Hot-shoe Program, ISO Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual shooting modes. Software platform that offers virtual camera controls in post-processing, including aperture focus ...

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Pentax 645Z 51.4MP CMOS Medium Format Camera Announced

Pentax 645Z

Ricoh Imaging has officially announced the Pentax 645Z medium format camera featuring a  CMOS sensor ( 43.8 x 32.8 mm). The camera can capture up to 3 fps and has a max ISO of ISO 204,800. The Pentax 645Z also becomes the first medium format camera to captures 1080p HD video at 30p/24p. The Pentax 645Z will be available in June 2014 and ...

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An Impressive Low-light Video Demonstration of Sony A7s (ISO 1600 to 409600!)

Sony A7r Video at ISO 409600

Sony has released a demo video from the new Sony A7s – Sony A7s: Low Light Demonstration (ISO 1600 to 409600)-  on SonyHowTo YouTube channel and the results are spectacular. The noise levels at ISO40960 are obviously not acceptable for a professional work but you literally record a video in total darkness, I am sure some people will find ways to utilize this capability.

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Nikon Promises Camera Replacement for D600 if Spots Issue not Fixed

Nikon has recently  released an announcement where they promise to replace the cameras if the shutter replacement doesn’t fix the black spots issue. Below you can find the official announcement: Announcement Regarding the Nikon D600 Digital SLR Camera March 28, 2014 With regard to the issue with which multiple granular black spots are reflected in images captured with the D600 digital SLR ...

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