Back in 2016, Fujifilm launched one of their latest flagship mirrorless cameras in the form of the X-Pro2. We imagine that following the success of their X-Pro series of cameras amongst those who prefer the rangefinder style, Fujifilm will probably at some point in the future launch the X-Pro3.
Now according to a report from Fuji Addict, they claim to have heard from a source who has since revealed some of the alleged specs of the X-Pro3. This includes the use of a 24MP/26.1MP X-Trans CMOS sensor, the X-processor 4 that comes with a quad CPU, the ability to record 4K video at 60fps, and also weather sealing in a magnesium alloy body.
SEKAI NO OWARI's song "Re:set" has been picked up as the image song for the PS4/PS4 Vita game software 'Catherine Full Body.'
The game's story follows Vincent, a man who is involved in a four-sided relationship and is plagued by supernatural nightmares. SEKAI NO OWARI has been performing "Re:set" at their lives, and it's a cool number with lyrics that portray a nightmare world.
HYDE has penned a new song titled "MAD QUALIA" for Capcom's action game 'Devil May Cry 5.'
The latest of the 'Devil May Cry' series will be released worldwide on March 8. HYDE had previously revealed that he plays the game and is a fan of the series. You can listen to a clip of "MAD QUALIA" in the trailer below.
Perfume's song "Tiny Baby" has been picked up as the image song for the Japanese-dubbed version of Illumination Entertainment's latest film 'The Grinch.'
Toho Towa, the movie's distributing company, explained the reason for selecting one of Perfume's song for the film, "We were asked to suggest an artist who represents Japan to sing the image song, so we suggested Perfume, who is active worldwide and has a large fanbase in Europe and America."
When you think of projectors, most of the time these projectors are fixed meaning that they are mounted onto a shelf or onto a ceiling which then projects an image onto a flat surface, such as typically a wall. While this is fine, it does have certain limitations as in you will need to decide on where to place the projector before installing it, and relocating it after can be a hassle.
This is something Fujifilm is hoping to change as they have announced a new projector (which also marks Fujifilm’s entrance into the projector business) that offers up multi-directional image projection. This is thanks to a projection lens that is mounted onto an arm that can be swiveled up, down, left, right, horizontal, and/or vertical. This means that depending on the size of your room or your needs, the projector can be adapted accordingly.
Our smartphone cameras have come a very, very long way since cameras were introduced to phones in general. Not only do smartphone cameras these days feature faster autofocus, they also come with image stabilization, the ability to capture videos in 4K, and more. Now it looks like Sony will be kicking things up a notch.
The company has recently unveiled a brand new image sensor for smartphones which would effectively give smartphones a 48MP sensor. According to Sony, they boast that the new high megapixel count means that smartphone cameras now have the potential to rival high-end SLR cameras, although we should point out that there's more to a good photo than just a high megapixel count.
Weisshorn, a restaurant facing the peak of Mount Asama that sits among a green mountain range, is located on the top floor of the 297-bed Maruko Central Hospital in Ueda, Nagano Prefecture.
The restaurant, which is also open to the public, offers well-balanced lunches. On the day this reporter visited, the main dish was white fish with a tomato-based sauce. Meals for the hospital staff and those who come for the "ningen dokku," a complete medical checkup, are also made in the same kitchen. The dishes are prepared by the 52-year-old chef, Koji Yamada.
Fujifilm's next camera that will be announced in the near future will be the X-T100, or at least that's what the rumors are claiming. In fact just a few days ago, Fujifilm EU themselves accidentally leaked the specs of the camera and for those wondering about its looks, we might have an idea as well.
This is according to a tweet by Nokishita Camera in which alleged images of the X-T100 found their way online. Based on what we can tell, and assuming that the image is accurate, it seems that Fujifilm will be maintaining their design language from previous cameras.