More rumors about an upcoming Canon 7D Mark II continue to trickle in. Still nothing solid on an announcement date; however, there are several new spec rumors. [click to continue…]
A report from a Japanese newspaper cites a Canon executive’s comments that Canon will begin to withdraw from the budget-oriented compact cameras over the next year or two. The report notes that low-priced compact camera sales have plummeted due to the rise of the smartphone camera market. [click to continue…]
Canon is rumored to announce three new DSLRs in 2014. The Canon Rebel T5, announced a couple weeks ago, was the first. Rumors continue to church that a replacement for the Canon 7D is around the corner – with the latest rumors pointing to a March announcement. [click to continue…]
In an odd turn of events, Panasonic is alleged to have shared details about the Canon 7D successor in a media presentation for the new Panasonic GH4. [click to continue…]
The upcoming replacement for the PowerShot G1 X has leaked out a few days before release. The camera is rumored to have a slimmer body and lighter weight, as well as an external EVF. Most notable, the lens is expected to be improved to a 24-120mm f/2-3.9 lens (compared to the f/2.8-5.8 lens on the original G1 X).
Additionally, the G1 X successor should be equipped with a DIGIC 6 processor and cost around $700 USD.
The Canon PowerShot G1 X was a bit of an odd camera with its not-quite-APS-C sensor (around 1.85x) and rather slow lens. However, Canon appears to be prepped to launch a successor to the still powerful compact camera this month. [click to continue…]