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This is unexpected: Panasonic will also launch a new Full Frame mirrorless system camera on September 25

Rendering of a GH5 camera with Full Frame sensor and FF sensor (just a rendering and not the real camera!!!) Well dear SAR readers, in one single month three manufacturers will launch a completely new Full Frame mirrorless system camera: After the Nikon Z and the Canon R we will also get a new Panasonic […] The post This is unexpected: Panasonic will also launch a new Full Frame mirrorless system camera on September 25 appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2018-9-1 17:55

Phase Ones New IQ4 System Serves Up 151-Megapixels

Phase one has announced its latest medium format camera and the IQ4 system is ready to set new standards in high resolution. The system is actually made up of three digital back options; the full-fat IQ4 150MP, the IQ4 Achromatic 150MP and the IQ4 Trichromatic 100MP, with the last option (as its name suggests) serving up just 100-megapixels, while the other two options offer the full 151-megapixel experience. digitalrev.com

2018-8-30 03:00

Hasselblad releases pricing for XV mount adapter

Owners of V-mount Hasselblad lenses will now be able to use their modern and historic glass on the front of the Hasselblad X1D. The XV adapter hinted at late last year has now been officially announced and will cost This adapter opens the X1D system to over sixty lenses that go back to the beginning of the Hasselblad square format and right up to the beginning of the H system, while the XH adapter allows the fitting of lenses up to the current day. dpreview.com

2018-8-16 21:45

SKOUT is a hands-free camera carrying solution that unlocks with a twist

Vancouver-based camera harness manufacturer Cotton Carrier has launched a Kickstarter campaign to crowdfund a new chest-style camera mounting system called SKOUT. The design, which looks like a lightweight version of Cotton Carrier's current offerings, is a one-size-fits all solution that's said to be 'the worlds most comfortable, secure, and accessible, Sling-Style camera [harness]. dpreview.com

2018-7-26 20:54

Researchers use AI to brighten ultra-low light images without adding noise

Researchers with the University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign and Intel have developed a deep neural network that brightens ultra-low light images without adding noise and other artifacts. The network was trained using 5,094 raw short-exposure low-light and long-exposure image pairsthe end result is a system that automatically brightens images at a much higher quality than traditional processing options. dpreview.com

2018-5-15 21:31