- News tagged "mirrorless system cameras"
Thursday, 9 Feb 2012
Sony has gone on record to say that the NEX system will have 15 lenses by the end of 2013.
Wednesday, 8 Feb 2012
Olympus Imaging Corporation is developing two new interchangeable lens units for Micro Four Thirds system cameras. These lenses will be launched in the summer of 2012. Prices have not been confirmed.
Friday, 3 Feb 2012
Pentax introduces a new mirrorless system with the K-01, a camera designed by Marc Newson, a London-based industrial designer. The K-01 is compatible with Pentax's existing K-mount lenses, and will be launched in March.
Thursday, 26 Jan 2012
The first Olympus to feature a motorized zoom mechanism with zoom ratio of 4.2x starting from a wide angle of 24mm, it is ideal for taking wide shots even indoors.
Thursday, 12 Jan 2012
Sigma will begin introducing new lenses for mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras starting with two prime lenses available for Micro Four Thirds and E-mount cameras.
Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012
Panasonic announces a string of products including the 16.1-megapixel DMC-S5 and 14.1-megapixel DMC-S2, the Full HD video recording DMC-S27 with 14.1-megapixel MOS sensor and HD video recording DMC-SZ1 with 16.1-megapixel CCD sensor, plus four conversion lenses for the Lumix G system cameras.
Details of Fujifilm's first mirrorless camera have been confirmed: The X-Pro 1 has a new APS-C Trans-X image sensor which Fujifilm claims will exceed the resolution of most APS-C DSLR sensors and even rival that of full-frame DSLR cameras. Hit the link for more on the new camera (including video).
Friday, 6 Jan 2012
Fujifilm's debut mirrorless system camera has been leaked - the X-Pro 1 will feature an APS-C sensor and will launch with three native prime lenses. Click for more juicy details.
Friday, 23 Dec 2011
First announced in September, the FT1 mount adapter that lets you use F-mount lenses on Nikon 1 cameras is now available for S$399.
Thursday, 17 Nov 2011
Equipped with a 16.0-megapixel Live MOS sensor and Venus Engine, the DMC-GX1 is engineered to easily shoot fast moving objects with the Precision Contrast AF system that has a 0.09 second Light Speed AF.