Yes the rumors is both the upcoming Sony A7R V and A9R to feature 102MP sensor with 6K video. This information is all about the new Sony IMX555CQR full frame CMOS sensor that has been leaked a while ago.
According to leaked specs sheet, this IMX555CQR sensor has 102MP resolution. It is capable to capture 6K videos using 12bit ADC with on-chip binning/line-skipping. 4K RGB 4:4:4 video with on-chip color-aware binning.
According to the official press text, Sony is facing a shortage flow of resources from suppliers in Asia, having a wide-ranging impact on the manufacturing of goods in this segment.
It’s a very clear indication that the upcoming Sony products could be delayed. The most important ones are the Sony A7S III and Sony A7 IV full frame mirrorless cameras. The good thing would be to meet these highly anticipated cameras in late 2020. But before Sony will launch the first f/1.2 fast GM lens in 2020.
Fujifilm X-T40 to be announced in early 2021. According to recent reports the mid-range APS-c mirrorless camera is scheduled to arrive in 2021.
The camera will feature the same sensor as seen on the Fuji X-T4 and the major core specification of the shooter will remain the same. Fuji added the IBIS in the X-T4 but we don’t expect IBIS to be in the X-T40 for marketing purposes.
Dpreview TV published a Microphone pre-amp Shootout video comparing the Fujifilm X-T3 (X-T4 has the same preamp), Sony a7 III, Panasonic S1H, Olympus E-M1 Mark III, Nikon Z6, and Canon EOS-1D X Mark III cameras.
Both the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR and the Sony a9 II mirrorless models are designed for the professional sports, photojournalist, wildlife and wedding photographers. But which one is right for you, Canon 1DX Mark III or Sony a9 II? Is it the DSLR with Mirrorless leanings or the straight Mirrorless camera? Check out the comparison between the Canon 1DX Mark III and the Sony a9 II by Jared Polin! Continue reading “Canon EOS-1D X Mark III vs Sony a9 II – Which One To Buy ?”
Zhiyun CRANE 3S gimbal stabilizer announced for DSLR, mirrorless and even for Digital Cinema cameras.
Zhiyun CRANE 3S is a revolutionary new gimbal, which introduces a modular design, greater payload capacity and cross-compatibility with camera support systems to meet the demands of professional filmmakers. The US price for Zhiyun-Tech CRANE 3S starts at $649, you can pre-order at Amazon/B&H Photo Video/Adorama.
The CRANE 3S has a payload capacity of 6.5 kg (14.33 lb) which allows it to handle cameras such as the Canon EOS 1D X Mark III, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras, and even larger cameras like those from the Canon Cinema EOS, Sony FS and FX series, and Red Digital Cinema series.
CRANE 3S is constructed with brand new SUPER motors which allow for 14.3lbs payload for a wide range of camera setup including Canon EOS 1DX, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Cameras, and even Canon Cinema EOS, Sony FS & FX series, and Red Digital Cinema Cameras.
Wider compatibility is the goal but flexibility is provided. For larger cinema camera combos, users can attach an extension module onto roll axis for more space, while for smaller DSLR combos, the extension module can be detached for greater portability.
To complete challenging shooting tasks, CRANE 3S offers a versatile solution thanks to its cross-compatibility. The handle mods are easily separated and both provide multiple thread holes of different sizes to mount accessories. The modular design allows greater compatibility on CRANE 3S, like with motorized dolly, jib, cable cam, Easyrig, etc.
CRANE 3S provides ultimate reliability that users can count on. The reinvented locking system can lock the three axes without noticeable swinging. The modular design is integrated with double locks to ensure the camera is 100% safe on the gimbal during traveling or storage.