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Review: Nikon Z6 (The Better of Nikons Two Initial Mirrorless Cameras)

When Nikon first announced the Z6, we were certainly hoping for a camera system that would blow us away. Instead, what we got was a camera system that felt half-baked at best. Coming into the mirrorless marketplace five years later than the competition, you would expect Nikon to avoid pitfalls that have plagued competing camera manufacturers, but the reality is they seem to be making a lot of the same mistakes. thephoblographer.com

2019-1-10 14:00

Why Im Still Shooting With A DSLR In 2019

Nobody can argue that 2018 was the year that mirrorless cameras well and truly established themselves as genuine alternatives to DSLRs. Nikon and Canon got in on the party with the Z6/Z7 and EOS R and even Panasonic, the brand that co-launched the Micro Four-Thirds mount, announced the development of the full-frame S1/S1R models, which are expected in just a couple of months. digitalrev.com

2019-1-3 03:00

The Mirrorless Camera Party of 2018

DPReview just published this humorous 3-minute stop-motion video about how the full-frame mirrorless camera party was finally crashed by new brands in 2018. “It’s time to ring in the New Year, and we invite you to join us at the Full Frame Mirrorless camera party, where we’ll meet old friends and maybe some new ones […] petapixel.com

2018-12-30 19:18

Comparing the Dynamic Range of the Sony A7 III, Canon EOS R, Fujifilm XT-3, and Nkon Z7

When we look back at 2018 in the future, we will remember this year as the year that the photography industry moved full steam into the mirrorless world. Never before have we had so many compelling mirrorless camera options on the market at the same time, with the Sony A7III being the first one to be announced back in February of this year at WPPI, followed by the Nikon Z7, Canon EOS R, and the Fujifilm XT-3 being announced within mere days of one another later on during the summer. thephoblographer.com

2018-12-6 23:00

October Full frame mirrorless share: Sony 67%, Canon 22% and Nikon 10%

  Now we know what impact the new Canon and Nikon Full Frame cameras had in Japan. BCNrankingy published the Full Frame mirrorless sales data for the month of October (for Japan only). With the introduction of the new EOS-R and Z7 cameras the Sony FF mirrorless share dropped from 99,5% (0,5% is Leica) down […] The post October Full frame mirrorless share: Sony 67%, Canon 22% and Nikon 10% appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2018-11-9 19:31