Nikon Z6, the efficient full-frame sensor hybrid
The delay we took in testing the Nikon Z6 is ultimately a good thing. The cheapest camera firmware from the first batch of full-frame sensor cameras from Nikon is indeed at version 3.0. The Nikon Z6 is now much more mature than when it was launched, thanks to numerous software improvements. These include in bulk: a gain in autofocus precision, especially in low light, the addition of eye tracking in humans (and animals), the activation of the 12-bit RAW video output via the socket HDMI and the arrival of a 3D LUT for N-Log.
The new Fujifilm X-T200, a mid-range mirrorless camera
Fujifilm has announced the new Fujifilm X-T200 , a mid-range mirrorless camera designed for smartphone snappers looking for a photo upgrade.
Sigma fp: a versatile 24×36 camera
Probably the smallest 24×36 camera today, the Sigma fp offers excellent video features with 4K recording at 30 fps and 12-bit 4: 2: 2 recording on external media. Discovery of these assets.In this file, we will approach Sigma fp from the angle of the video only, a “classic” test for the photo part will be proposed later. It is however undeniable that the Sigma FP is designed for video productions.
Canon EOS R6: first leaks on a derivative of the EOS R5 hybrid
the Canon EOS R5 has just been revealed that rumors about the EOS R6 hybrid are already rife. Lightened version of the R5, the model 6 should be announced at Photokina next May, but it is not known if the show will be maintained.
Tripod photography: should stabilization be disabled?
The stabilization becomes theoretically useless as soon as one takes photographs using a tripod. Should we then deactivate it? We answer this question by giving you the recommendations of the different manufacturers.
Sony RX100 Mark VII review: almost vlogger
Point-and-shoot cameras are trending toward the endangered species list. For typical, day-to-day photos and videos, there’s the smartphone. If you want to capture action, there’s the GoPro, and if you want to make art, there are higher-end cameras with larger sensors. Point-and-shoots aren’t totally dead, though.
Nikon D4S Pro Full Frame Camera of The Year
Nikon D4s is a new expert digital SLR camera with a newly designed 16.2 megapixel FX sensor, new EXPEED 4 processing engine, Multi-CAM 3500FX auto-focus module, a 91,000-pixel RGB metering sensor and a weather-sealed magnesium alloy body.
Pentax K-500 Consumer APS-C DSLR of the Year
The Pentax K-500 is a new entry-level DSLR camera. Key facets encompass an ISO vary of 100-51200, Full HD 1080p video at 30, 25 and 24fps, 6fps non-stop shooting, 11-point SAFOX IX+ AF system, High Dynamic Range mode, and a vary of in-built digital filter effects.
Canon PowerShot G7 X Camera of The Year
Declared in September 2014, the Canon PowerShot G7 X openings generally between the G1 X Mark II and S120 as far as sensor size, conveying a stage up in quality over the last mentioned, yet with a body that is urgently littler than the previous. It’s a methodology that is functioned admirably for Sony’s RX100 arrangement, the pioneer right now.
Fujifilm X-T1 Camera of the Year
The Fujifilm X-T1 is a very good quality mirrorless camera planned for requesting lovers. Declared in January 2014, it’s the 6th model to utilize Fujifilm’s X-mount and its imaginative X-Trans sensor, but instead than refreshing a current model, the X-T1 commences another classification.
Fujifilm X-E2 Consumer Mirrorless Camera
The Fujifilm X-E2 is the mid-range variant in Fujifilm’s X series of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, positioned between the fairly inexpensive X-M1 and X-A1 twins, and the unhamedly high-end X-Pro1 and X-T1. It’s an update of the X-E1, which we greatly liked for its combination of handling ‘old school’ and excellent image quality.