Here is the updated rumored specs list of upcoming Nikon D780 full frame DSLR camera. This camera will be officially announced next week ahead of CES 2020.
As already rumored before, Nikon will announce D750 successor in early 2020. Now according to latest rumors on NR, Nikon D780 will be officially announced ahead of CES 2020 during January 7-10. The long awaited NIKKOR Z 70-200mm f/2.8 S lens and another F-mount lens will be also announced during CES 2020.
Fujifilm today has officially announced two new lenses: For APS-C systems, the XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Lens (B&H Photo Video/Adorama) is a versatile and lightweight option with a 24-120mm equivalent range, while medium-format users gain the GF 50mm f/3.5 R LM WR Lens (B&H Photo Video/Adorama) is an ultra-compact and highly capable prime. Both lenses are scheduled to be released on September 26th, 2019.
Panasonic has officially announced the development of Lumix DC-S1H full frame mirrorless camera today. It is able to capture 6K/24p video from the 3:2 region of its sensor and 5.9K from the 16:9 area. The camera will also be capable of 10-bit 4K/60p recording. In addition, it will support multi-aspect recording, such as anamorphic 4:3. Regardless of what video setting you’re using, the S1H will be able to keep recording until the battery dies or your card fills up. The US price for Panasonic Lumix S1H will be around $4,000, and release date in Fall 2019.
Fujifilm has just announced the new X-T3 (B&H Photo Video/Amazon/Adorama, Pre-order Starts on Sep 7)X-mount camera today. The new X-T3 brings with it a 26.1MP CMOS sensor, with a brand new X-Processor 4, 4K 60p, 11 fps (30fps at electronic shutter, 1.25 times crop), delivering outstanding image quality and speed with a native sensitivity range of ISO 160-12800. The X-T3 will be available starting September 20th in black and silver for $1,499.95 body-only, or as a kit with the XF 18-55mm for $1,899.95.