The UK website Expertreviews published their review of the Nikon D810 camera and then promptly removed it. Here are the details from the article – pretty much what I have ben reporting for months now:
I have never seen another camera that can compete with this camera’s low-light ability. I would use it happily at 20,000 ISO and even up to about 50,000 ISO.
Why do I need this new camera? What makes this different than all the other times I thought I needed a new camera as much as I think I need a new camera now? Stop. Breathe. I need to think about the time, resources, and headaches I put into video in the past and I need to honestly assess where I’m going with it now and if it truly justifies the time and resources and headaches I’m going to put into it again.
Compact cameras with any kind of eye-level viewfinder–optical or electronic–are pretty rare these days. The RX100 III’s 1.4-million-dot eye-level viewfinder pops out of the camera’s top left corner and retracts back into the body–a unique solution given the limited space
Link: Times photo staffer’s invention: the streaming backpack | Capital New York
It is quite literally a backpack that allows photographers to send their photos to editors without having to be physically on site, or having to individually upload, color-correct and input caption information for each image.
Link: The beautiful blueprints for Fujifilm’s camera of the future | The Verge
“If I want to play my favorite song, I want to choose my favorite guitar,” says Fujifilm designer Masazumi Imai. “It’s the same with cameras. If I want to take a photograph of something important to me, I want to choose a special product.”