If NikonRumors gets this one right (and they have a high success rate of doing so), then a film SLR styled Mirrorless body could be coming to Nikon’s lineup soon.
Whether it’s Leica’s M and Q cameras, Fuji’s X series, or the Olympus OM-D and PEN collection, there’s always been something appealing about digital cameras housed in a vintage body. I don’t own cameras from either of these brands. But to me, they represent some of the most beautifully designed digital cameras made.
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Ricoh has released the first firmware update for its latest flagship Pentax K-3 III APS-C SLR camera. The new firmware update version Read more
The Canon SLR system has long included a light, affordable standard prime lens. The zeitgeist has applied the Nifty Fifty Read more
Nikon's mirrorless camera system is getting a new member this year, the Z 9. It officially announced development of the Read more
Nikon Z cameras support legacy SLR lenses via an official adapter, the FTZ. It's one that works well, for the Read more
Ricoh announces three HD PENTAX-FA Limited interchangeable lenses for K-mount SLR cameras: the HD Pentax-FA 31mm F1.8 Limited, HD Pentax-FA Read more