This morning Canon have launched not one, but two new EOS cameras: the 100D, which is the world’s smallest and lightest DSLR as well as the new entry-to-mid level range 700D.
Last year we ran three great competitions to Win Your Dream lens for customers who ordered either the Canon 6D, Nikon D600 or Sony A99 over a particular time period. As soon as 2013 rolled around, we were excited to finally draw the winners and find out which lenses they’d go for…
It’s been a fairly quiet 2013 so far when it comes to camera announcements, but Nikon have thrown down the gauntlet with the announcement of the D7100 this morning, their new flagship DX-sensor DSLR that boasts some pretty interesting new features.
Last week the team at Fuji announced some news that I’m sure a lot of photographers and Fuji-fans have been waiting for: the X100S, successor to the extremely popular X100 model, is here. Also announced was the X20, a replacement for the popular X10 model.
This morning Nikon announced another DSLR camera for 2012: the D5200, which adds to their consumer range of DX-models. This isn’t just a camera for beginners though – with a 24.1 megapixel DX-format sensor and improved autofocus capability, it’s another impressive addition to an already exciting Nikon DSLR range.
Nikon introduces the D600 to their FX line-up this morning, offering full-frame shooting for serious enthusiasts at a more affordable price and we were lucky enough to get some hands-on time yesterday before its launch. Will it be a game changer?
This morning Canon have launched the brand new interchangeable lens camera: the EOS M. I’ll be at Canon HQ later this morning spending some time talking to Canon and having a play with the EOS M, so keep checking back here throughout the day for updates.
Replacing the older A35 model, the new Alpha A37 is Sony’s entry-level offering in their range of SLT cameras equipped with their revolutionary Translucent Mirror Technology. The NEX-F3 is the new entry-level model in Sony’s ever-popular ILC (Interchangeable Lens Camera) range and like the A37, it’s replacing an older camera too – in this case it’s the NEX-C3.
** NEW VIDEO ADDED 12.03.12 – We spoke to Canon at Focus to find out a bit more on the new Canon 5D Mark III! ** Today, after three years of rumour and speculation Canon has officially announced the Canon 5D Mark III.
So here’s the new OM-D, the D (in case you didn’t guess) it was digital. After a long hiatus it succeeds the much loved OM4, so in a fit of extra nomenclature it is also designated the E-M5. It may look like a film camera but retro is so fashionable that it’s modern, so maybe this year’s black is old school?