If the past several years of camera introductions have proven anything, it’s that there’s a hunger for dials, knobs and large image sensors among the camera buying public. Not one to miss the boat, Nikon is delivering all of the above in its new DL series
First, with 14 frames a second and C-Fast 2.0 cards, this thing is a monster in terms of still camera capabilities. As you’ll see on this sequence of surfer Tom Dosland wiping out and falling from the lip of a 40-foot-wave at JAWS in Maui, this camera produces quite a sequence of frames on peak action.
Reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI securities is today reporting that they believe the iPhone 7 Plus will come with a dual-camera system option with Linx camera technology Apple acquired last year. By using two distinct lenses, Apple can use the a
Olympus debuted its first PEN-F in 1963. Quite a few things have changed in the intervening years but evidently our affection for knobs and dials is not one of them–at least if the 2016 edition of the PEN-F is anything to go by. Aimed at street shooters a
February will be a good month for Fujifilm fans as the company plans to ship several new cameras, including a new flagship in its X-series and a new telephoto zoom lens. X-Pro2 The rangefinder-style X-Pro2 (pictured above) sports a hybrid viewfinder that
When the biggest complaint you have about a camera concerns the image quality at ISO 25,000, you know you have a first world problem. Such is the case when comparing two full-frame compacts: the Leica Q and the Sony RX1R II. Yes, there are differences bet
It was only 45 days ago when Sony held their last press event in Portland, Oregon to announce the release of the Sony a7r II and to give us the opportunity to shoot with it. We subsequently published a review of the Sony a7r II and how Sony listened to it