Careful folks, it’s open season on rumors and Canon seems to be the prey of choice as of late. If you’ve been following Photography Bay, you know that the pot has been stirring for some time now on the Canon 5D Mark II. However, it’s been a while since we heard any rumblings about the Canon 1D Mark IIIn. [Read more…]
The renewed interest in the Canon 5D Mark II is evidenced by the flurry of forum and blog posts across the internet in the past 24 or so hours. To add more fuel to the fire, the poster who leaked yesterday’s 5D Mark II specs is at it again, with further detail, as well as rumors of a new Canon flagship camera due this fall. [Read more…]
The rumors are heating up again for the Canon 5D Mark II. The latest purported leaks on the spec sheet are as follows: [Read more…]
Rumors and photos of an alleged Olympus E-430 have surfaced on the web. The E-430 would most likely serve as a step-up to the outdated E-330. If this is true, it may be a sign of things to come for the E-410 and E-510 successors. Interestingly, the E-430 would go a long way in bridging the gap between the E-330 and E-410. Maybe Olympus has the idea of consolidating its camera line? Other than the unique body design, some of the headline features are as follows:
- New 12MP Live MOS sensor and TruePic III processor
- CCD-shift image stabilization
- Live View
- Flip-out and up 2.5″ TFT LCD monitor
- Faster USB interface (‘real’ USB 2.0 speed)
- Wired remote option
- Slightly higher continuous shooting frame rate and larger raw buffer
Stay tuned to this page for the latest news and rumors on the Olympus E-430.
2/18/08: Camera Town reports that this rumor looks like a hoax. I tend to agree. Read the post on Camera Town for more.
No, it’s not been announced. However, Gizmodo caught up with a Canon rep at PMA and had the following to say regarding the 5D:
Interesting bit just tossed our way by the Canon rep when we asked about a 5D follow-up, slightly paraphrased: The EOS-1Ds line (their full-frame pro DSLRs) is on a three-year upgrade cycle. The 1Ds Mark II came out in 2004, and the Mark III dropped in 2007. The EOS 5D came out in 2005.
Right, it’s cryptic and all, but that’s got use thinking Photokina, eh? The 5D arrived in August ’05, so we should be looking toward August ’08 on the 3-year upgrade cycle? Nice catch Giz.
For more info, stay tuned to the Canon 5D Mark II page.
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Lot’s o’ leakin’ going on leading up to PMA.
An industrious member of the Dyxum forum dug up some pics of the new Sony A300 and A350 on the SonyStyle website. Here’s the kicker:
The A300 is 10.2 MP with a tilt/swivel LCD.
The A350 is 14.2 MP (unknown on the screen issue for the moment).
Note the 14.2 in the bottom right corner.
UPDATE: More photos!
[tags]sony, a300, a350, pma 2008[/tags]