The long awaited Nikon DX format flagship DSLR camera Nikon D400 or Nikon D500 recently got another rumors. Canadian nature photographer Brad Hill recently posted rumored specs of Nikon D400 / D500: 10 fps, a very good buffer with a price tag around $2,300. NikonRumors also said there is a chance Nikon will announced Nikon D5 and Nikon D400/D500 at the same time, just like Nikon D3/D300 in past.
B&H Photo Video has posted a hands-on video review of Canon ME20F-SH full frame video camera. The price for this camera is $19,999. Featuring a 2.26MP full-frame CMOS sensor, the camera captures up to 1080p color footage in extreme low-light environments at a maximum ISO of 4560000. This opens up a whole new world of possibilities for wildlife and nature documentaries, astrophotography, deep sea and cave exploration, reality TV productions, and security/surveillance.
Along with EF 600mm f/4L IS DO BR USM lens prototype at Canon EXPO, Canon also shows off the recently announced 120MP full frame DSLR camera, here are some first images of this 120MP DSLR by Photography Bay. According to PB, the RAW file size will be 210MB. And this propotype is using a 120MP APS-H sensor in a Canon EOS 5Ds Body.
Along with yesterday’s 250MP APS-H CMOS sensor announced by Canon, Canon Japan today announced developing next-generation imaging devices to expand the possibilities of visual expression. These are: 120MP full frame DSLR camera with 5D series body, 8K Cinema EOS video camera and professional-use 8K reference display.
Canon today announced that they have successfully developed an APS-H size CMOS sensor incorporating approximately 250 million pixels (19,580 x 12,600 pixels). Canon says this is the world’s highest pixel count for its size.
Ricoh has updated latest version of its 360-degree camera, the Theta S (B&H Photo Video, Adorama). Thanks to two 12MP 1/2.3″ sensors, the S is capable of 14MP 360-degree still images, an improvement over the previous model’s 6MP images. Brighter F2.0 lenses, 1080/30p video and integration with Google’s new Street View app are all on board.
Canon recently has developed Blue Spectrum Refractive (BR), a new optical element for use in camera lenses that corrects chromatic aberrations at an extremely high level to achieve superb imaging performance. The first lens use this BR optical element is the new announced EF 35mm f/1.4L II USM Lens (Amazon, B&H Photo Video, Adorama).