The X100T features a number of improvements in the user experience department while relying on the core of established features that made the X100 and X100S such solid cameras. As such, it is no surprise that the X100T sports a familiar 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor and 23mm f/2 lens. [Read more...]
Rumors of an upcoming Leica M model have been circulating for awhile now. The most intriguing aspect of the rumors have been that the camera would not have an LCD rear panel for reviewing images and making adjustments in the camera’s menu system.
The Leica M Edition 60 supposedly appeared on Leica’s website for a short time, from which Leica Rumors captured the above screenshot.
Expect to see more on the Leica M Edition 60 in the coming days as we close in on Photokina 2014.
Hasselblad has announced its new H5X camera body, which is compatible with Hasselblad H System lenses and backs, as well as film backs and most third-party digital backs.
The H5X is largely intended to serve as a backup body for H5D users. It retails for €4,595 without viewfinder and €5,795 with viewfinder.
More details in the press release below. [Read more...]
These cards have a max read/write speed of 45MB/s and are UHS-I Class 10 cards for a 10MB/s minimum sustained write speed that will accommodate HD video capture. For more info on SD card specifications and usage type, see my prior post Demystifying SD Cards.