New Cameras From Canon, Sony, Nikon, Panasonic

Canon EOS Rebel T5 DSLR
The EOS Rebel T5 DSLR with EF-S 18-55mm IS II lens is an update of the Rebel T3 and brings with it an 18MP CMOS sensor and the DIGIC 4 Image processor. As an APS-C format camera, compatible with Canon EF and EF-S lenses, it is an ideal compact DSLR for those beginning to take their photography seriously or those wanting the imaging power and versatility of a DSLR but in a more compact form. Incredibly, the Rebel T5 body weighs less than one pound and its small but ergonomic design features a large hand grip that makes it easy to carry and shoot. [Read More at B&H...]

Canon EOS Rebel T5
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Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II
The Mark II decreases the pixel count in its sensor, compared to the G1 X, but still features the relatively large 1.5” High-Sensitivity CMOS sensor with effective 12.8MP. Combine this sensor with the DIGIC 6 processor and you experience effective low-light performance and greatly improved focus speeds. The processor also enables the elimination of buffer time for continuous full-resolution shooting speeds of 5.2 fps up to the capacity of the memory card when using SDHC/SDXC UHS-I cards. The G1 X offered a rate of 4.5 fps up to only 6 frames. [Read More at B&H...]

Canon G1X Powershot
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Sony Alpha A6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera
With the Sony Alpha A6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera, which is available as a body only or as a kit with a 16-50mm lens, Sony continues to update their mirrorless lineup. This current model will succeed the NEX-6, taking its place just behind the NEX-7, as one of their premiere APS-C format mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras. The A6000 features a 24.3MP Exmor APS-HD CMOS sensor and, with the BIONZ X image processor and 179 autofocus points and up to 11 fps burst shooting, it provides particularly fast performance and does so in a compact form factor that can easily be carried with you throughout the day. [Read More at B&H...]

Sony A6000
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Nikon COOLPIX P340
Pairing high image quality and full HD 1080p video recording capabilities in a pocket-sized package, the P340 is an advanced compact featuring notable low-light sensitivity and rich rendering abilities, due to its large 12.2MP 1/1.7" CMOS sensor and fast 24-120mm f/1.8-5.6 (35mm equivalent) zoom lens. Beyond the sensor itself and the bright maximum aperture, the low-light abilities are further enhanced by the incorporation of VR image stabilization that helps to reduce the appearance of camera shake. [Read More at B&H...]

Nikon Coolpix
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Panasonic GH4 Mirrorless Digital Camera
Panasonic has announced a new addition to the company’s Lumix GH series, the Lumix DMC-GH4, a hybrid DSLM camera that adds substantial features to an already competent platform. Although still photography has not taken a back seat to the video functionality, it is in the latter area that the majority of the advancements have been made, primarily in the ability to capture footage in 4K resolution. Available to anyone, but positioned for the advanced amateur, indie, and professional photographer and filmmaker, the camera’s 17.02 megapixel (16.05 effective) Live MOS Micro Four Thirds sensor is supported by the Venus Engine image processor running on a quad-core CPU. This combination delivers approximately 50% higher speed signal readout, which aids in suppressing rolling shutter artifacts when using the electronic shutter or recording video. And for professional photo performance, moiré suppression has been improved, along with superior noise reduction that allows for exposures of up to sixty minutes. [Read More at B&H...]

Panasonic GH4
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5 thoughts on “New Cameras From Canon, Sony, Nikon, Panasonic

  1. Canon, That lumix is looking sweet, even without the docking features, what can canon release to compete? seriously, bought my canon (t5i, too good of a deal to pass up when i got it) last year for video (interviews and stuff) but to be able to hit 4k at $2k seems like a no brainer....

  2. Tay Mack

    4k.........XLR inputs......12-13 stops of dynamic range.....60-120 frames per second......nothing? Is this what you offer the masses Canon? A T3 with a different number? Sad! I hope this is just a diversion from the MEGA camera you are about to release.......

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