Nikon Z5 & Z30 Entry-Level Mirrorless Cameras Coming Soon

Nikon Z30Nikon Z5 are the two entry-level mirrorless cameras which is rumored to arrive soon.

Nikon Z30 will be a basic APS-C mirrorless camera with no EVF. On the other hand Nikon Z5 will be an entry-level full frame and position under the Nikon Z6. This camera is the one that will compete against the Canon EOS RP.

The upcoming Nikon cameras for 2020 includes Nikon Z8 pro full frame mirrorless camera, Nikon Z30 APS-C mirrorless camera, and entry-level Nikon Z5. Check out the details of Nikon Z30, Z5 and Nikon Z8 mirrorless cameras. Continue reading “Nikon Z5 & Z30 Entry-Level Mirrorless Cameras Coming Soon”

Nikon Z30, Z5 and Nikon Z8 Coming in 2020

Nikon Z30, Nikon Z5 and Nikon Z8 mirrorless cameras rumored to arrive this year or at the beginning of 2021. are starting to take shape day by day. Among the cameras Nikon plans to announce by the end of this year, two or even three different models are among the rumors.

The upcoming Nikon cameras for 2020 includes Nikon Z8 pro full frame mirrorless camera, Nikon Z30 APS-C mirrorless camera, and entry-level Nikon Z5. Check out the details of Nikon Z30, Z5 and Nikon Z8 mirrorless cameras.  Continue reading “Nikon Z30, Z5 and Nikon Z8 Coming in 2020”

Upcoming Cameras of 2020

Tony Northrup published a video on Youtube which you can find his predictions about new cameras and their features that are likely to be announced in 2020.

The rumored camera models are Olympus E-M10 Mark IVPanasonic GH6Nikon Z5Nikon D860Canon EOS 5D Mark VSony A7 IV and Sony A7S III.

Here are the upcoming cameras of 2020 according to the video review.  Continue reading “Upcoming Cameras of 2020”

Nikon Z8 and D880 Rumored to Feature 60MP Sony IMX455 Sensor

Both the upocoming Nikon Z8 and D880 full frame cameras are rumored to feature 60MP Sony IMX455 sensor.

According to latest rumors, Nikon is  rumored to announce a new high-end/professional Z-mount full frame mirrorless camera in 2020.  The name of this high-end/professional full frame mirrorless camera would be Nikon Z8, which has been in the rumor mill for a long time.

The Nikon Z8 will feature the 60MP IMX455 sensor found in the Sony a7R IV. The Z8 body to have dual CFexpress card slots and a vertical grip. It will be more expensive than Nikon Z6 & Z7. The release date for Nikon Z8 camera will be in late 2020.

So what’s next for Nikon. The upcoming Nikon D880 (Replacement of D850) is expected to arrive after the Z8 announcement. According to rumor mill, we’ll see the D850 replacement in early 2021.The high-resolution DSLR will also feature with 60MP IMX455 sensor from Sony a7R IV. Continue reading “Nikon Z8 and D880 Rumored to Feature 60MP Sony IMX455 Sensor”

Nikon D880 to be Announced on 2020, First Specifications

In addition to the D780 DSLR announced by Nikon at the CES 2020 event at the beginning of the year, it is stated that if all goes well, the D850 successor will be named as Nikon D880 towards the end of the year.

In terms of Nikon D880 features, the camera will carry almost the same basic features that we saw on the Nikon Z7. While the sensor resolution has not yet been confirmed, multiple rumors indicate that Nikon D880 DSLR prototypes with specifications 47MP and 55MP FF BSI CMOS Sensor are available.

We have already told you that the name of this model might be the Nikon D860, and we also emphasized that it will include a new 60MP sensor that comes with the Sony A7r IV. Continue reading “Nikon D880 to be Announced on 2020, First Specifications”

Nikon D810 and D610 DSLR Cameras Discontinued

The Nikon D810 and D610 DSLR cameras are now officially listed as discontinued at the Nikon Japan website. This is a good sign that  we can foresee the next announcement can be made in early 2020.

The product in question is the Nikon D770 or the Nikon D790. Check out the latest rumors about the upcoming Nikon D760 DSLR.

The Nikon D610 is currently in stock at Adorama and B&H Photo. The Nikon D810 camera is now out of stock in the US, but refurbished versions are still available for sale at Adorama and B&H. Continue reading “Nikon D810 and D610 DSLR Cameras Discontinued”

Seven New Sony Sensors From 15-102MP, IMX311, IMX313, IMX409, IMX410, IMX521, IMX554, and IMX555

Seven new Sony sensors ranging from 15-102MP (IMX311, IMX313, IMX409, IMX410, IMX521, IMX554, IMX555) spotted on the web.

The Sony IMX555 looks like the most interesting since it matches the Fujifilm GFX100 in resolution and shoots 6k. See all the Sony sensor details below.

Sony 102MP Full Frame Sensor with 6K Video Support in the Works

Continue reading “Seven New Sony Sensors From 15-102MP, IMX311, IMX313, IMX409, IMX410, IMX521, IMX554, and IMX555”

Nikon D860 and Nikon Z8 to Feature 60MP Sensor

The upcoming high-resolution cameras for both DSLR and mirrorless to feature Sony’s new 60MP sensor.  Possible candidates for this sensor is the full frame Nikon D860 DSLR and the Nikon Z8 mirrorless cameras.  Continue reading “Nikon D860 and Nikon Z8 to Feature 60MP Sensor”

Nikon Rumored to Purchase the new Sony 60MP sensor (IMX455)

Nikon is rumored to purchase the new Sony 60MP sensor called the IMX455. The Sony IMX455AQR sensor features 60MP, 8k video, and offers native 64 ISO.

As you might remember Sony will allegedly announce two new sensors. One of them will be capable of 60 megapixel stills, 16 channels, and 8K video recording. The other one is 36MP BSI stacked sensor which will probably be used on the Sony A9 II.

The Sony 60MP sensor PDAF is supposed to be better than the Multi-CAM 20000 currently used in some Nikon cameras. Possible candidates for this high-resolution IMX455AQR sensor are the Nikon D860 and the Nikon Z8Continue reading “Nikon Rumored to Purchase the new Sony 60MP sensor (IMX455)”

Sony 102MP Full Frame Sensor with 6K Video Support in the Works

Sony is reportedly working on a full-frame sensor which will shoot 102 MP photos and 6K videos. The sensor is named as IMX555CQR and it will shoot high-resolution photos in 12,288 x 8,192 image size (that’s 12K in video terms).

The sensor also provides digital readout for 16-bit still images. As for video, the sensor is supposed to shoot 6K video in 12-bit using pixel binning mode. Continue reading “Sony 102MP Full Frame Sensor with 6K Video Support in the Works”