New leaks point to a new Olympus XZ-10 compact camera and 75-300mm Micro Four Thirds lens coming next week during the CP+ show in Japan.
The XZ-10 is rumored to be a high-end compact camera that will likely serve as a replacement or companion model to the Olympus XZ-2.
The new lens will be the M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 75-300mm f/4.8-6.7 II Micro Four Thirds lens that will be a 150-600mm equivalent zoom lens. The first version of this lens is already listed as discontinued.
[via Photo Rumors]
Polaroid appears to be set to launch a new mirrorless camera at CES 2013, the iM1386, that will be powered by the Android operating system and bear a striking stylistic resemblance to the Nikon 1 J2. Leaked specifications point to an 18.1MP sensor, Android 4 OS, a 3.5″ touchscreen LCD and built-in WiFi. [click to continue…]
All the recent leaks and rumores for the Nikon D600 are pointing to an almost certain release of the full frame DSLR prior to Photokina 2012. That is, expect it sometime in the next couple of weeks.
Additionally, some new specs have leaked out on the D600 that add even more excitement to the upcoming full frame little brother to the D800. [click to continue…]
The Panasonic GX1 is expect to be officially unveiled next week as a more advanced sibling to the Panasonic GF3; however, it appears that several images of the new Micro Four Thirds camera have made their way onto the Internet. [click to continue…]
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…]