It may look like a GoPro, but the similarity ends at the size. The Z E1 is the world’s smallest 4K interchangeable lens camera. It features a micro four-thirds sensor and an interchangeable lens system that’s compatible with most autofocus lenses, including those from Olympus, Panasonic, Leica and Sigma, as well as manual focus lenses. […]
looking for DSLR-like performance but don’t want a rig that weighs you down or one that takes a rocket scientist to operate? well, then look forward to this little guy from Nikon, dubbed the Nikon 1 J4 Advanced Camera with interchangeable lens. packed within this ‘bite size’ imaging device is a 18.4-megapixel super high-speed…
you know how movies often depict instantaneous image capture with really, really quick autofocus? that was in movies, but not that it won’t happen in real life. however, the Sony Alpha A6000 Interchangeable Lens Camera is one step closer to turning friction into non-friction with the world’s fastest AF system that…
while most smaller movie makers are content with using DSLR as substitute to video camera for capturing Full HD movies, Panasonic has another idea: how about going 4K with a mirrorless rig? yup. mirrorless. 4K. that’s exactly what the new flagship Panasonic Lumix GH4 4K-capable Mirrorless Camera is.
Canon fan may recall Canon’s first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, the Canon EOS M and would most certainly recall the reviews wasn’t as favorable and might have even halted the purchase indefinitely. well, perhaps, it is time to re-look at this mirrorless offering, but at the newly announced Canon EOS M2
we’d be lying if we say that this camera, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 DSLM Camera, wasn’t featured here because it’s design caught our eyes. so the fact is, it did. it is a known fact that we have a soft spot for stylish products and to us, the GM1 indeed bears the mark of stylishness.
don’t be fooled by its entry-level status. the FUJIFILM X-A1 Interchangeable Lens Camera is the Japanese camera maker’s shot at giving what a serious photographer need without ripping a huge hole in the wallet. while being compact and lightweight (it tips the scale at just 330 grams or 11.6 oz.), it still packs quite a punch
there are many difficult decisions to make everyday and getting the right camera to suit your need is among them. here’s one to add to your dilemma and we think it might be worthy of your consideration. meet the new Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mirrorless DSLR, the successor to the E-5 mirrorless DSLR camera.
can’t get enough of retro-look performance compact digital cameras? well, then the Panasonic Lumix GX7 Digital Single Lens Mirrorless Camera is sure to tickle your retro senses. featuring a to-die-for magnesium alloy full die-cast body, this premium shooter is equipped with a 16MP Digital Live MOS sensor and boasts a