Pentax has taken the wraps off of its new flagship DSLR – the 24MP Pentax K-3.
It features an APS-C sensor and is capable of shooting up to 8.3 fps. Notably, the camera sports a selectable anti-aliasing filter that can be switched on or off depending on the shooting circumstances. [click to continue…]
The Pentax K-3 is expected to be officially unveiled this week, so it makes perfect sense that we start seeing product images leak out in full force. [click to continue…]
As the first image of the new Pentax K-3 has leaked out, it looks like Pentaxians will continue to be disappointed with no full frame DSLR. If this image is legit, then the Pentax K-3 is, in fact, an APS-C camera. Previously rumored specs suggested as much; however, this image just about puts the nail in the coffin for a full frame Pentax camera this year. [click to continue…]
There are a couple of Canon DSLR rumors for a high-MP DSLR. One is a 75MP+ DSLR and one is a 44.7MP DSLR. Canon’s current flagship DSLR, the EOS 1D X, rings in at 18.1MP. Previous rumors suggest that both DSLRs are undergoing field testing as prototype models. [click to continue…]
The Pentax K-3 is the full frame magical unicorn for Pentax shooters. This camera has been in the rumor mill for longer than Pentax shooters care to admit. However, that magical full frame unicorn may be just around the corner. [click to continue…]
Prior to the release of the latest Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II lens, there were rumors that a prototype of a version with Canon’s Image Stabilization was undergoing testing. Then, the new lens came along, it didn’t have IS, and word of any kind of possible replacement with image stabilization died out.
A recently published Canon patent document reveals that Canon has, in fact, developed such a lens. [click to continue…]