- News tagged "mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras"
Thursday, 16 Feb 2012
Panasonic released the first mirrorless system camera, the G1, in October, 2008. A year later, mirrorless system cameras made up 11.1% of total interchangeable-lens camera sales in Japan. Since then, mirrorless system camera growth has been steadily growing.
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, 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.
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, 9 Sep 2011
Nikon will finally be making a long-awaited foray into the mirrorless interchangeable camera category, as reported by Reuters today.
Wednesday, 24 Aug 2011
Sony is expanding its range of interchangeable lens cameras today with the new Alpha SLT-A77 and Alpha A65, as well as two new NEX cameras and a Handycam.
Thursday, 7 Jul 2011
Canon might just launch a mirrorless camera model, with consumers seeking to upgrade from their compact cameras while still wanting portability.
Thursday, 30 Jun 2011
Olympus introduces three models from the PEN series of new generation system cameras - the OLYMPUS PEN E-PM1, OLYMPUS PEN E-P3 and OLYMPUS PEN E-PL3, all conforming to the Micro Four Thirds System standard.
Tuesday, 21 Jun 2011
Sony has announced a firmware upgrade for its NEX-5, NEX-3, SLT-A33 and SLT-A55. This upgrade is applicable for NEX-5 and NEX-3 cameras with firmware versions ver.01, ver.02 and ver.03 and SLT-A33 and SLT-A55 cameras with firmware version ver.1.10.
Tuesday, 14 Jun 2011
GF enthusiasts who worry about the series' direction can breath a sigh of relief, as Panasonic's Director of DSC Business unit Ichiro Kitao has revealed to PhotoRadar that Panasonic plans to eventually split the GF series into two separate lines.