Nikon has launched the 1 V2 – a more enthusiast-focused 1-series camera built around a 14MP sensor. The V2 adds a built-in flash and mode dial and more extensive front grip. It can shoot at up to 15 frames per second in combination with its hybrid AF system. It also has a configurable ‘F’ button to give faster access to key camera settings. The V2 uses a processor that lives up to the latest Expeed 3A billing. It also retains the V1’s original list price of $899 with 10-30mm kit zoom. Nikon has also announced an accessory SB-N7 bounce-able Speedlight for the 1 System.
Canon USA today announced a firmware update for the new 5D Mark III. This update will be available in April, 2013. Read More »
Source from Digicame-info, there are some news about AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/4G ED VR Lens. The Price, Specs, Release Date has juss leaked. Read More »
There is some talking about the EF 800mm f/5.6L IS USM lens these days. It is said Canon is developing the new EF 800mm f/5.6L IS II USM Super Telephoto Lens. Read More »
The Nikon Manual Viewer is a manual viewing app for iPhones, iPads, and iPods that can be used to download manuals for Nikon digital cameras or view them off-line.
With the great App, you can view your DSLR manual in you iOS device, easy to use. Read More »
Sony has announced a series of firmware updates for its cameras and lenses, including the addition of Hybrid-AF compatibility for key E-mount lenses and the option to disable the movie record button on cameras including the NEX-7. The NEX-7 also gets an increase in the range over which you can set exposure bracketing – the ±3EV range it now offers is something a users have been calling for. Firmware v1.01 also promises to improve the responsiveness of post-shot image review. Further updates for the SLT-A37, A57, A65 and A77 also offer the option to disable the movie button and provide lens correction for a broader range of lenses. Read More »