GoPro has announced its next-generation action cameras, the Hero 11 Black, Hero 11 Black Creator Edition and Hero 11 Black Mini. All three of the Hero 11 Black cameras feature a redesigned sensor that’s larger and higher-resolution than those used in previous Hero cameras.
Fujifilm has announced the release of its new 40.2MP X-H2 mirrorless camera system. As promised earlier this year, this new X-series camera features a high-resolution X-Trans sensor and Fujifilm’s latest image processor, the X-Processor 5, to make it the first APS-C camera to offer internal 8K/30 ProRes capture.
At the heart of the Hasselblad X2D 100C is a 100MP backside-illuminated CMOS sensor (43.8mm x 32.9mm) that Hasselblad claims offers up to 15 stops of dynamic range through its 16-bit color depth. Stabilizing that sensor is a 5-axis in-body image stabilization (IBIS) system that Hasselblad claims offers up to seven stops of compensation.
With the EOS R10 and EOS R7, Canon brings APS-C not only to the RF system, it promises the wonderful autofocus system they offer in their EOS R6, EOS R5, and EOS R3 cameras, and for the EOS R7, an IBIS system.
The Nikon D1, released in 1999, was Nikon’s first entirely in-house DSLR. While its 2.7MP CCD sensor is decidedly dated, the camera still has a classic Nikon feel, even more than two decades after its release.
The Panasonic Lumix DC-GH6 is the latest in a line of high-end Micro Four Thirds cameras aimed at video shooters. The GH6 can shoot a vast range of 4K-focused video modes, including slow-motion from 120 fps capture, full-sensor ‘open gate’/anamorphic shooting, and capture in industry standard formats such as ProRes 422 and 422HQ.
Canon’s flagship APS-C mirrorless camera boasts some pretty impressive specs and some interesting (questionable?) design decisions. Jordan Drake took the camera on his family vacation to see how it would perform in a variety of shooting situations.
Canon has published a series of firmware updates for the R5, R6, and R3. The most notable improvement is to the R3, which can now shoot photos at a blistering 195 frames per second.
The biggest news in the camera industry this month is that Nikon is reportedly halting development of new SLR cameras, marking the end of a 63-year run. From now on, it will focus exclusively on mirrorless Z mount models like the Z6, Z50 and recently-launched Z9 flagship.
Vivo has designed a detachable pop-up camera system that consists of three total cameras and two flashes and runs on its own built-in battery. The system can be used for selfies and video calls and has a dual-camera integrated onto the back of the pop-up system. This acts as the main camera, giving users a total of three cameras and two flashes.