Fujifilm X-E4 rumored to be announced with same 26.1MP and no IBIS tech. Here are the latest Fujifilm X-E4 specifications floating around. The mid-range APS-c mirrorless camera is scheduled to arrive is rumored to announced on January 27th and feature the same sensor as seen on the Fuji X-T4. However Fujifilm X-E4 will not have IBIS tech.
The Z6 and Z7 II are solid mid-life updates to the original Z6/7 and the first time the company has used ‘Mark II’ branding for its digital cameras. Both cameras gain a UHS-II SD card slot in addition to the XQD/CFexpress Type B socket. The new cameras use the latest version of Nikon’s EN-EL15 battery. The Z6 II is rated at 410 shots per charge with the LCD, 340 through the viewfinder, while the Z7 II offers 420 and 360, respectively.
Download links for Nikon Z6 II and Z7 II Setting Guides for Still Photography. Continue reading…
Dpreview TV has released a very useful video review. In the video, you can simply find the answer to the question of which one is the best for you among high resolution mirrorless cameras. Cameras subject to comparison are Canon EOS R5, Sony a7R IV, Nikon Z7 II and Panasonic S1R.
DPReview TV compared the Canon EOS R5, Sony a7R IV, Nikon Z7 II and Panasonic S1R to answer that question, including ergonomics, displays, autofocus, video, battery life, image quality and price. So enough talking you can watch the comparison of high resolution mirrorless cameras below : Continue reading…
Let’s take a look at what features have shaped the latest rumors for the Sony A7 IV specifications. In this article, you can find the updated Sony A7 IV specifications as well as expected price information.
The latest news about the Sony a7 IV, which is expected to be announced in 2021, claims that the highly anticipated successor of the all-purpose Sony a7 III ( Amazon | B&H Photo Video) will have a brand new sensor with faster readings and at least 30MP. Meanwhile, the A7 IV is said to be capable of recording 4K 60p video, which is definitely great for video business and vloggers. On the other hand, the electronic viewfinder would be 0.5-inch OLED with 3.69million dots.
Looking for recommended Sony lenses for portrait photography ? This guide will help you understand what to look for when selecting the best Sony lenses for Portraits.
If you are doing portrait photography, yo will encounter many different requirements for families, from natural group shots to professional headshots. After all, every frame is different, and style plays an important role in your kit selection. If you want to make sure you choose the right lens for the image you want to capture, you should examine the different portrait styles you can take.
Whatever the purpose, the best portraits have a calm and effortless vibe. But a photogenic model or perfect location is never enough. As long as you keep the following elements in mind, you can achieve great results every time. So here are the best Sony lenses for Portraits : Continue reading…
Delivering first-class image quality and beautiful bokeh in a compact and lightweight design, the Sony FE 35mm f/1.4 GM lens is ideal for shooting landscapes, portraits and street photography, for both stills and video. Continue reading…
If you want to buy an entry-level full-frame mirrorless camera and are unsure about which one to buy, this buying advice is for you. Which camera should you buy, the Canon EOS RP (Amazon, Adorama, B&H) or the Nikon Z5 (Amazon, B&H, Adorama)?
Here is the full press text : Continue reading…
Here are the first Sony FE 35mm f/1.4 GM Lens images that have been leaked on the web recently. The official announcement will be on January 13 at 15:00 London time.
The Nikon D3500 and D5600 DSLRs are officially listed as discontinued. Both entry-level Nikon DSLRs are listed as ‘Old Products’ on the Nikon Japan website, which traditionally hich historically is an indication that these models are already or will soon be discontinued.
Recent rumors indicate that Nikon plans to release two new DSLRs in 2021 along with several new F-mount lenses. The Nikon D3500 isn’t that old though, and it was a pretty minor refresh over the D3400. For this segment Nikon could wait and pass a year easily.
Join the Nikon Camera Users Group to share your Nikon photography, ask and answer questions that arise and help each others!