The Fuji X-T1 is making the rounds quite well prior to its official announcement coming up on January 28. Now several more images have leaked out of the camera in someone’s hands, revealing the very retro design with clear X-Series cues. [click to continue…]
It looks like Fuji will officially unveil the new X-T1 mirrorless camera on January 28 based on this teaser image that appeared on Fuji’s website.
The X-T1 is rumored to support a 16MP APS-C X-Trans sensor and weather sealing. It is expected to be situated between the X-E2 and X-Pro1 cameras.
After the earlier leaks of the Olympus OM-D E-M10 product listing and several new lenses, we now have images of the upcoming E-M10. [click to continue…]
Olympus is expected to unveil the OM-D E-M10 and several new lenses soon. The E-M10 had been previously leaked out by the Indonesian government listing above. The E-M10 is rumored to feature the same 16MP sensor as found in the E-M5 and the same processor as the E-M1. Additionally, it is expected to come with a new and very compact 14-42mm kit lens, which has already leaked out and is pictured below. [click to continue…]
The Fuji X-T1 is rumored to launch on January 28 as the next mirrorless camera in Fuji’s X-series line. The camera is rumored to have a bigger and better EVF and will continue Fuji’s tradition of the 16MP APS-C X-Trans sensor.
Additionally, the Fuji X-T1 is rumored to support UHS-II SD cards for faster write speeds. More rumored specs are below. [click to continue…]
A Sony ILCE-5000 camera has been registered on the Taiwan National Communication Commission website, which likely points to the upcoming release of the camera. CES 2014 would be a good time frame to see it show up.
The Sony A3000, A7 and A7R all carry the “ILCE” moniker in their technical product number. While we all refer to the cameras with an “A” prefix, they are technically the Alpha 3000, Alpha 7 and Alpha 7R – or more precisely (using the symbol) α3000, α7, and α7R. It would be logical then that the ILCE-5000 follows the new “Alpha” branding (“NEX” is dead) and carries the product name α5000 when it officially arrives. [click to continue…]