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.
Best cameras in 2014
The Samsung NX1 is an excellent type of cameras , and one that has successfully grabbed the attention of enthusiast photographers away from the big two of Canon and Nikon. From the moment its specs and price were revealed at Photokina in September, it was clear that this is the most significant camera Samsung has released.
Panasonic GM5 : the mighty mouse
Back in October 2013, Panasonic introduced the GM1, the first of a new line of ultrasmall compact system cameras that still manage to include a Four Thirds sensor – the same as the well-respected GX7. These cameras are actually smaller than some of the compact cameras on the market, such as the much-lauded Sony RX100 II, but they come with the benefit of both a larger sensor and interchangeable lenses. Now Panasonic has managed to push the concept even further.
Let’s dicover the Samsung NX1
Samsung has produced some good compact system cameras, such as the NX30 and NX Mini, but they haven’t really grabbed the attention of the average enthusiast photographer. The NX1, however, has a feature set that few photographers can ignore. For a start, the sensor inside Samsung’s new flagship model is an APS-C format, back-illuminated CMOS device with 28 million pixels.
About sony alpha 7 ii
In-camera stabilisation, a modified grip, top-plate rejig and new AF algorithms , Sony caused a major stir in the photographic world when it introduced the 24MP sony alpha 7 and 36MP Alpha 7R, the first compact system cameras to have full-frame sensors. What’s more, these two cameras (subsequently joined by the 12MP Sony A7S) are incredibly small for full-frames. Now the manufacturer has created new waves of excitement by introducing an update to the A7, in the guise of the sony alpha A7 II.