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.
nubia VP Mr. Ni Fei today announced that the company will unveil the Z30 Pro smartphone on May 20. nubia Read more
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
Olympus E-520 Four Thirds DSLR equipped with a 10 MP Live-MOS image sensor and TruePic III image processing engine captures low noise, Read more
Fujifilm's GFX series have pushed medium format cameras into the realm of (relative) affordability and portability – and the next Read more
The full-frame DSLR is the go-to choice for professional photographers, for those that want the high image quality of a full-frame Read more
For less than $400, you can turn your old Leica M6 into a DSLR style camera. You’re probably wondering why Read more
The Canon RF 50mm F1.2 L USM ($2,299) is a seriously good prime lens for photographers with serious budgets. It's Read more