I received a screenshot of a feed by CNET, with the title “Nikon updates entry dSLR and lenses”. Together with the screenshot, a hyperlink is also included. However, there were no news on that link. They may have pulled off or scheduled for a later release.
It is about time that the widely spread Nikon D800 rumor becomes a fact.
The D700 was introduced on July 2008 equipped with Nikon’s 12.1 megapixel FX-format (23.9 mm × 36 mm) CMOS sensor boosting excellent low light performance. It has since been more than two years and a successor is really what professionals and enthusiast photographers are craving for.
Update 18 August: Nikon D3100 to launch today, with 4 lenses
A September issue of Foto Digital Magazine is seen to be publishing a new Nikon entry level single lens reflex, the Nikon D3100.
Three months after discussing if there is a new Olympus PEN, the successor to the famous E-P1 launched earlier. Olympus China’s website had a link to the new Olympus PEN E-P2. It has been removed earlier today.
Canon EOS 7D has been rumoured long enough, since December 2007. Canon 7D was said to be the Canon 5D Replacement which eventually proved to be not true.
The Canon EOS 5D was replaced with Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon’s first digital single lens reflex with HD video recording feature.
Here’s a snap shot of the Canon EOS 7D. Expect this to be yet another Full Frame. In body image stabilization (IS) maybe?
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Tons of rumors were surrounding the Olympus E-P1 long before the release. Only just recently released, there are already rumors indicating that Olympus E-P2 is on the way. The major physical upgrade shall be a built-in viewfinder. Currently E-P1 users need to purchase a separate viewfinder to fit into the camera’s hot shoe. User is not able to plug in an external flash then.