Fuji continues the popular HS-line of cameras with the Fuji HS30EXR and HS25EXR prior to CES 2012.
The HS30EXR now serves as the flagship HS camera, replacing the HS20, while the HS25EXR steps in as a secondary model in the HS-line.
The HS30EXR features a 16MP CMOS sensor and 30x optical zoom. Priced at $499.95, the HS30EXR should be available in March. Check availability on Amazon.com.
The HS25EXR offers the same 16MP CMOS image sensor and 30x optical zoom. However, the HS25EXR is powered by AA batteries and does not allow users to capture RAW image files like the HS30EXR. The HS25EXR retails for $399.95 and should be available in March. Check availability on Amazon.com.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]
The latest leaks and rumors peg the Nikon D4 for unveiling just prior to CES 2012. A Nikon press invitation (see below) suggests something big is happening on January 6 and Nikon Rumors is convinced that the Nikon D4 with its 16MP FX sensor, XQD card format and lightning-fast frame rate of 11 fps is what’s coming.
That, and the above photo is of the real Nikon D4. [click to continue…]
Below you will find this week’s firmware updates. Hit the manufacturer website links for more details and download instructions for the firmware. [click to continue…]
Adorama has a number of Black Friday deals on mirrorless cameras, including the Panasonic GF3 with 2 lenses for $474.95.
Other deals include the Olympus PEN cameras and Samsung NX200. Check them all out here on Adorama.com.
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It sure hasn’t taken long for the Nikon D800 rumor mill to gather a full head of steam. The latest rumors/leaks suggest ISO 100-6400 with expansion down to ISO 50 and up to ISO 25,600. Again, that’s at 36MP. [click to continue…]
Just as I was ready to dismiss the previous rumor of a 36MP-shooting Nikon D800, Nikon Rumors heard from its sources and confirmed this replacement for the still-hard-to-find Nikon D700 is (99%) real and will be unveiled in the next 30-60 days.
Here’s a longer look at the machine-translated spec list: [click to continue…]