DxOMark completed their full in-depth review for 24.5MP BSI sensor inside the Nikon Z6 II camera. According to their sensor review; the Nikon Z6 II achieved an excellent overall DxOMark sensor score of 94 points, with a combination of 24 bits color depth, 14.4 EV dynamic range, and 3303 ISO low-light score.
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The price of the Nikon Z6 II body is $1,999, check pre-order options at Amazon | B&H | Adorama,
New Nikon Z5, Z6, Z7, and FTZ adapter rebates also introduced in the US. Continue reading “Nikon Z6 II Sensor Review: Familiar sensor performance (94 Points)”
A new Canon EOS R6 Review appeared on Youtube with title of 10 Reasons to Love This Camera. The video review published by Zach Mendez. In his Canon EOS R6 review below he lists ten reasons to love the EOS R6. Continue reading “Canon EOS R6 Review : 10 Reasons to Love This Camera”
If you are worried you might not getting the best colors possible from Canon’s industry leading color science. The latest Canon EOS R5 review covers this topic and explains with details.
Here is the new 14 minute Canon EOS R5 review published by Sonder Creative. They talk colors and how to set your Canon EOS R5 to capture colors in the best way possible. Check it out : Continue reading “How To Get The Best Possible Colors with Canon EOS R5?”
Here is the latest Pentax K-3 Mark III Review published on Dpreview. Chris and Jordan travel to the Jurassic Period to share their thoughts about the new Pentax K-3 Mark III APS-C SLR camera.
PENTAX K3 Mark III is now available at Amazon.com, B&H, Adorama websites for $1,999.95 for the body only or $2,299.95 for Premium Kit.
Ricoh has introduced the Pentax K-3 Mark III (First Impressions) camera last month, it comes with a new 25.7 MP BSI CMOS APS-C sensor, no anti-aliasing filters, 14 bits, 12 shots per second continuous shooting, ISO up to ISO 1,600,000, PRIME V image processing according to Pentax. Better image detail, best noise reduction in low light.
Here are the details from the Pentax K-3 Mark III Review: Continue reading “Pentax K-3 Mark III Review : AF Improved in all Aspects!”
DPReview has published full in-depth review and test results for the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV. The medium format camera achieves an excellent 81% overall score and Silver Award from the experts at DPReview.
The Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV is the entry-level model in the company’s Micro Four Thirds cameras. It’s a step up from the beginner-focused E-PL series, offering more controls, better build quality and a broader feature set. It sports a 20MP Four Thirds sensor, in-body image stabilization, flip-down touchscreen with a simple interface and 4K video capture.
Below you can find the new Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV review with details. Best Micro Four Thirds Lenses for Olympus and Panasonic Cameras
Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV body: $699 at B&H, Adorama, Amazon. Continue reading “Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV Review : Gets 81% Overall Score and Silver Award”
Sonder Creative compares the Canon EOS R5 with the RF 85mm f/1.2L lens to the Hasselblad X1D II with the XCD 80mm f/1.9. It seems that the full frame mirrorless EOS R5 outperforms the medium format Hasselblad X1D II.
It is interesting to see the R5 full frame sensor paired with company’s best RF mount glass outperforms a medium format system. Check out the Canon EOS R5 with 85mm f/1.2L vs Hasselblad X1D II w/ 80mm f/1.9 Comparison video below. Continue reading “Canon EOS R5 with 85mm f/1.2L vs Hasselblad X1D II w/ 80mm f/1.9 Comparison”
According to a recent interview with Canon executives, the upcoming Canon EOS R3 camera is apparently not the EOS R flagship. We already covered this information here. So we can easily predict that Canon is planning to release another Canon EOS R model as flagship which could be EOS R1.
Canon also confirmed that they will not share the RF mount with other manufacturers. In case you missed it, the EOS R3 will be the first Canon camera with a stacked backside-illuminated sensor. It is the first of its kind developed by Canon for consumers.
So if you wonder who makes the Canon EOS R3 sensor; from the interview we can say it is developed by Canon but not manufactured by Canon.
The Canon EOS R3 full-frame mirrorless camera is already listed at B&H Photo. This is the Canon’s answer to the Sony A1 and Nikon Z9 with the new EOS R3 full-frame mirrorless camera. Anyway below are some highlights from the interview (Translated by Google):
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Here is an interesting interview covering the latest Canon EOS R3 camera. Russian site PhotoWebExpo interviewed Mr. Andrey Tishchenko, Canon Russia’ Head of Product and Consumer Expertise.
The interview underlines some points about Canon EOS R3 sensor and gives answers that it is not the flagship in the EOS R lineup.
So if you wonder who makes the Canon EOS R3 sensor; from the interview we can say it is developed by Canon. Here are some excerpts from the interview : Continue reading “Interview: EOS R3 Not Flagship, Sensor Developed By Canon”
DPReview has published full in-depth review and test results for the Fujifilm GFX 100S. The medium format camera achieves an excellent 90% overall score and Gold Award from the experts at DPReview.
The Fujifilm GFX100S price tag is $5,999 and available for pre-order from Amazon, B&H, Adorama in the USA. It will cost £5,499 in EU: AmazonDE / AmazonUK.
Fujifilm GFX 100S Key Features:
- 102MP 43.8 x 32.9mm BSI CMOS Sensor
- X-Processor 4 Image Processor
- 4K30 Video; F-Log Gamma, 12-Bit Raw Out
- 3.69m-Dot OLED EVF
- 3.2″ 2.36m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
- 5-Axis Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization
- 425-Point Phase-Detection Autofocus
- ISO 100-12800, Up to 5 fps Shooting
- 400MP Pixel Shift Multi-Shot
- 19 Film Simulation Modes
What we like:
- Excellent image quality across the ISO range
- Exceptional detail levels
- Very good tonal quality maintained into shadow regions
- Choice of Raw compression
- Image stabilization makes it easy to achieve full resolution
- Comfortable ergonomics and decent level of button/dial customization
- Relatively compact form factor
- Impressive video capabilities
- USB charging is convenient
What we don’t:
- Autofocus performance varies significantly between lenses
- Face/Eye AF not as reliable as its FF rivals
- AF Tracking not as sticky
- No tracking AF in video
- Line-skipped video doesn’t give full sensor low-light performance
- Comparatively low battery life
- Viewfinder isn’t very high resolution
Conclusion from DPReview:
The Fujifilm GFX 100S is the smallest, least expensive way to achieve image quality beyond what full-frame can currently offer. You lose some responsiveness and flexibility in return for that, but as an image-making tool the GFX is excellent. It’s also a surprisingly capable video camera but its smaller battery risks being more limiting than it is for stills shooting. Impressive in the studio and beyond.
Landscapes, portraiture, studio work
Not so good for
Fast-paced action and scenarios that require rapid responses
Read more: Best Lenses for Fujifilm GFX 100S and Best Memory Cards for Fujifilm GFX 100S.
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DxOMark completed their full in-depth review for 45.7MP sensor inside the Nikon Z7 II camera. According to their sensor review; the Nikon Z7 II achieved an excellent overall DxOmark score of 100 points (the same as the Nikon D850, Sony A7R III), with a combination of 26.3 bits color depth, 14.7 EV dynamic range, and 2841 ISO low-light score.
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Nikon Z7 II body: $2,996.95 at Amazon | B&H | Adorama
New Nikon Z5, Z6, Z7, and FTZ adapter rebates also introduced in the US. Continue reading “Nikon Z7 II Sensor Review: Nikon’s Best Mirrorless Scored 100 Points”