Fujifilm Could Have Two New Cameras In The Works

Fujifilm Could Have Two New Cameras In The Works

According to the rumors, Fujifilm could be looking to announce its X-Pro3 camera later this month. However, it seems that in addition to the X-Pro3, the company could have two more cameras in the works. This is according to a tweet by Nokishita Camera in which it was discovered that the company had registered two new models.

The model numbers for the two new Fujifilm cameras are the FF190003 and the FF190005. At this point in time, it is unclear as to what these model numbers are referring to, but all we know is that there will be two new Fujifilm cameras that will be announced in the coming months. As Fuji Rumors notes, there is usually a 1-3 month waiting time from when a camera is registered to when it will be announced.

Sony Unveils New A6600, A6100 Mirrorless Cameras

Sony Unveils New A6600, A6100 Mirrorless Cameras

Hot on the heels of Canon announcing their new mirrorless camera, it looks like Sony has got a couple of new mirrorless cameras as well. Now, these aren’t part of Sony’s A7 or A9 series of mirrorless cameras, so if you’re in the market for a full-frame camera, you might be disappointed.

However, if you’re looking to either get into photography or want to upgrade your existing camera, then these cameras might be for you. They come in the form of the Sony A6600, which will be Sony’s flagship camera for this lineup, and also the Sony A6100, which will be the entry-level model.

Kyoani Attack Suspect Seen In Security Cameras

KyoAni attack suspect seen in security cameras

Security footage appears to show the suspect in the deadly arson attack at a Kyoto Animation studio walking around the scene before the incident. Police suspect he was waiting for an opportunity to carry out the attack.

Police apprehended 41-year-old Shinji Aoba at the scene of Thursday's attack. He is being treated in hospital for burns.

Dji's Ronin-s Will Be Updated To Support Fujifilm's X Cameras

DJI's Ronin-S Will Be Updated To Support Fujifilm's X Cameras

The other day, DJI announced their new gimbal in the form of the DJI Ronin-SC. The camera came with partial support for Fujifilm cameras, a huge plus given that Fujifilm’s cameras can sometimes get overlooked by accessory makers. However, what about the Ronin-S, the predecessor of the Ronin-SC?

For those who are unfamiliar, DJI had previously launched a gimbal for mirrorless cameras in the form of the Ronin-S. The gimbal at that time did not support Fujifilm’s X-series of cameras, but the good news is that it looks like support will finally be on its way. In a tweet in response to a customer on Twitter, DJI noted that they are still working on the firmware for the Ronin-S that will bring support for Fujifilm’s mirrorless cameras.

Fujifilm Patents A Touch Sensitive Top Lcd Panel For Its Cameras

Fujifilm Patents A Touch Sensitive Top LCD Panel For Its Cameras

When Fujifilm launched the X-H1 mirrorless camera, it was one of the few Fujifilm cameras that came with a top LCD display. This kind of display can be found on DSLR cameras from the likes of Canon and Nikon, but rarely on Fujifilm cameras. However, it seems that now that Fujifilm has implemented it, they could be looking at ways to improve on it.

According to a report from Fuji Rumors, they have stumbled across a patent which suggests that Fujifilm has been toying with the idea of making the LCD panel touch sensitive. Now the screen itself is pretty small, so it’s not as if it will be used in the same way you might expect from a touch LCD panel mounted on the back of the camera.

Some Nikon Dslr Cameras Might Be Replaced With Mirrorless Models

Some Nikon DSLR Cameras Might Be Replaced With Mirrorless Models

DSLRs were the cameras that many professionals used back in the day, but then mirrorless cameras came along and the game was changed. This is because mirrorless cameras are smaller and lighter than DSLRs, making them more ideal to be carried around, plus with some of them sporting full-frame capabilities, some pros have actually replaced their DSLRs with mirrorless cameras.

This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that maybe Nikon could be considering something similar as well. According to a report from Nikon Rumors, they have heard that there might be some Nikon DSLR models that will not be replaced with newer DSLR models. Instead, they believe that these models could actually be replaced by mirrorless cameras. This includes the Nikon D3500, the D5600, and the D500.

Honda's Compact Ev Will Swap Out Side Mirrors For Cameras

Honda's Compact EV Will Swap Out Side Mirrors For Cameras

According to Honda, “The next-generation camera technology helps the car retain a modern, clean and simple design, and complements the stepless A-pillars and flush ‘pop out’ door handles, also confirmed for the production version of the Honda e. Unlike conventional side mirrors, the cameras are contained within the width of the car and do not extend beyond the wheel arches.”

The company also claims that with the removal of the side mirrors, which can stick out a bit, it can help to reduce the drag of the car, which in theory should reduce the amount of energy required to move forwards, thus potentially extending the range of the car as a result. The cameras will transmit information to screens placed on the dashboard inside of the car.

Canon Ivy Cliq And Cliq+ Instant Cameras Announced

Canon IVY CLIQ and CLIQ+ Instant Cameras Announced

Does the idea of being able to take a photo and print it on the spot sound appealing to you? If it does, then chances are you might think of camera brands such as Polaroid or Fujifilm’s Instax camera. However, it seems that Canon wants to toss their hat into the instant camera ring and have since announced the IVY CLIQ and CLIQ+.

Unlike Polaroid or Fujifilm’s instant print cameras, what Canon’s new cameras have going for it is that it is pretty slim and could be easily slipped into your pocket, whereas Polaroid and Instax cameras tend to be a bit bulky. These cameras are shaped similar to compact cameras and can print using Zink paper in 2×2-inch or 2×3-inch sizes.

Sony Confirms New 'enthusiast' Cameras Are Coming

Sony Confirms New 'Enthusiast' Cameras Are Coming

This was revealed during an interview with Imaging Resource where Sony exec Kenji Tanaka was quoted as saying, “Yeah, I think you’re right, and we have the opportunity to develop a type of enthusiast APS-C model, and the enthusiasts, especially the US ones are waiting for this type of model. But you know, last year, all the owners, especially at the US market, we conducted a market experiment, and for Alpha 7 Mark II, we kept the price at US$999. And I want you to know that the result was more than our expectation.”

He also adds, “Well, but we’re implying many things. Of course we are trying to expand the APS-C series of cameras. That maybe implies not only one product. And we implied we are working on the sports area, that implied not only a 400mm f/2.8 lens is coming. So we are implying many things, but not directly saying “next model is this one, the next model is this one”. But we’re focusing on sports and we’re focusing on the APS-C area.”

We Might Not See Any New Canon Eos R Cameras This Year

We Might Not See Any New Canon EOS R Cameras This Year

Earlier this year Canon launched the EOS RP, the more affordable version of its EOS R mirrorless lineup. Unfortunately if you were hoping to see more EOS R cameras this year, there’s a good chance that we might not see anything new this year. This is according to a report from Canon Rumors whose sources told them that there will be no new EOS R bodies being shipped out this year.

However this doesn’t mean that there won’t be any new announcements. According to the publication, they claim that there could be an off chance that Canon might announce a new camera later in the year, and that it might simply ship in early 2020 instead, but that’s just speculation so take it with a grain of salt for now.

Canon Confirms Future Eos R Cameras Will Have Ibis

Canon Confirms Future EOS R Cameras Will Have IBIS

Having a steady hand while taking photos can mean the difference between a photo that is perfectly sharp and one that is blurred. Since it can be difficult to remain perfectly still all the time, that’s where image stabilization tech comes into play. The good news is that if you are planning on buying a Canon EOS R camera, Canon has confirmed that in-body image stabilization (IBIS) will be a feature on future cameras.

This is according to an interview that Amateur Photographer did at CP+ where the publication managed to speak to several Canon executives. When the topic of IBIS was brought up, Canon’s execs confirmed that this would be a feature that photographers will be able to expect in future cameras.

Here's Why Xperia Cameras Have Never Lived Up To Their Potential

Here's why Xperia cameras have never lived up to their potential

It's a mystery that has perplexed Sony Xperia fans for many years – why does Sony, who has so much imaging prowess though their camera division, produce Xperia smartphones where the camera performance is sub-par versus the competition. Well, according to a TrustedReviews interview with Adam Marsh, Senior Manager of Global Marketing, the answer is likely one that we should have expected all along.