Nikon has announced the next-gen Nikon D5 DSLR is under development (to serve as a new flagship replacement for the Nikon D4s), along with a new SB-5000 Speedlight that will serve as the flagship speedlight. [Read more…]
Just hours after I passed along rumors of a Canon DSLR announcement scheduled for Tuesday, October 18, I received a tip from someone (who has a near perfect track record) that Canon would not be announcing a new camera or lens next week. However, the tipster also confirmed there would be an announcement [Read more…]
In a strange press release, Nikon has announced that it has made no announcement.
See the full non-announcement press release below (note the rather ironic disclaimer at the bottom). [Read more…]
While August was a busy month for camera announcements, it’s looking more and more like September is going to give it a run for its money. A press invitation to a “Nikon in White” event on September 21 recently surfaced – an event that is supposed to reveal Nikon’s new mirrorless camera system. [Read more…]
A reliable tipster sent in word that we’ll be hearing more from Canon in mid-September. It should be the 13th or 20th – most likely it will be Sept. 13 (Canon loves Tuesdays). [Read more…]
Nikon has officially announced the Nikon D3X, a 24.5 megapixel DSLR. Nikon is now upped the ante for Canon, which just launched its 21.1 megapixel 5D Mark II. Canon’s flagship DSLR also sports a “mere” 21.1 megapixels and is now playing third fiddle to the Nikon D3X and the Sony A900. Oh yeah, the D3X will run you about $8,000.
Full details on the D3X can be found in the press release below. Expect more news, reviews and other info on the Nikon D3X in the coming days. Stay tuned to Photography Bay’s Nikon D3X Reviews and Resources for the latest. [Read more…]