Ricoh’s new Pentax K-3 II includes a Pixel Shift Mode

Ricoh has just unveiled its Pentax K-3 II, a semi-pro DSLR that boasts improved image stabilization system that implements a Pixel Shift Resolution feature, minimizing false color. In terms of specs, the camera mimics its predecessor’s 24 megapixel sensor, 27-point AF system and durable construction. However, updates include a sensor-shift IS and 4.5 stops of shake reduction to complement the built-in GPS and gyro-sensor based panning detection and automatic horizon correction. Unfortunately, this iteration no longer includes a built-in flash.

The camera will be available in May for a retail price of $1,100 USD.

Nikon 1 J5

Nikon is normally better known for its DSLR range, but its 1-series mirrorless cameras have been making headlines lately for its capabilities. Its midrange mirrorless J-Series sees a new entry with the J5, which sports a more upscale and classic look than its predecessor, the J4.

Featuring a classic brushed silver body, complemented by a faux leather grip all-around for better hold, the camera looks classic and high end. In terms of the specs, the J5 uses a 1″ type sensor and 13 CX-mount lenses. An FT1 adapter can be used in order to use F-mount lenses. the J5′s sensor sees an improvement to 20.8 MP. In general, the updated J5 is more advanced than its last iteration, with impressive specs at a starting price of $499 USD.

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Nikon’s New D7200, a lightweight DSLR

Continuing its ongoing camera rollout, Japan-based company Nikon has introduced a new lightweight DSLR — the D7200. A successor to 2013′s popular D7100 model, the new camera boasts a 24.2 megapixel DX CMOS sensor, with no optical low-pass filter, an EXPEED 4 image processing chip, a 51-point autofocus system and a 3.2-inch fixed LCD. The D7200 will also be the company’s first camera with WiFi and NFC technologies integrated, streamlining image sharing capabilities for users. The camera’s video specs are just as impressive, with 1080p resolution up to 60fps in 1.3x crop mode; and 24, 25, and 30 fps in DX mode.

The D7200 starts at $1,200 USD, and will be available next month at Nikon retailers.

Watch HSN try to sell a Canon Rebel T3i and laugh

 

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We as photographers all know better than the average consumer looking to just have a DSLR, but if you’re looking for a laugh this afternoon, then you should take a look at the video after the jump featuring the Home Shopping Network attempting to sell the Canon Rebel T3i back in 2012.

Some of the best highlights? They call it a flagship camera, say that professionals use it, and say that a Canon lens is being used to film them despite said lens being a multi-thousand dollar video lens. But the overall marketing is just so blatantly forced and fake that you can’t help but crack up and think of the poor helpless folks that they’re targeting.

To be fair, the camera is quite good considering that the camera is one of Flickr’s most popular DSLR and that it still holds up even today when they’ve announced the T6i.

Olympus (Japan) OM-D E-5 Mark II

Olympus has announced the OM-D E-5 Mark II, a classic SLR camera that is smaller and lighter, yet packed with technical refinements. Trading in the previously utilized 16MP output for 40MP, images are sharper and more detailed than ever before. Blurry photos are a thing of the past thanks to the built-in stabilizer.

With each click, a burst of eight images are captured, which are then combined to create one incredibly clear snapshot. The shutter speed sees an improvement too with a 1/16000 second close time, which means during burst mode it is possible to capture 10 frames per second. The large viewfinder now operates at a higher resolution of 1024×768 pixels and the camera as a whole is water-resistant and can withstand drops of over 6 feet.

The Olympus OM-D E-5 Mark II is set for a late-February release, starting at $1,250 USD.

Canon’s new 50MP EOS 5DS

A picture of the new 50 megapixel Canon EOS 5DS has leaked online with its purported specifications. The popular DSLR camera is due for an updated iteration, but the official announcement from Canon is expected to arrive next week. Photo Rumors has posted the list of specifications that are expected in the new Canon EOS 5DS. Some notable specifications and features include a whopping 50.6 megapixels, a new “fine detail” picture style, a customizable “Quick Control Screen” and a Time Lapse movie mode.

Check out the full specs at Photo Rumors.

Nikon D5500: Nikon’s Touchscreen DSLR

 

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Nikon D810

 

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Nikon has revealed its new mid-range DSLR and the successor to both the D800 and D800E: the D810. The camera features a new 36.3 megapixel CMOS sensor with no low-pass filter and incorporates the EXPEED 4 engine from the Nikon D4s for improved image quality. The camera also boasts a weather- and dust-sealed magnesium alloy body with an optical viewfinder and 3.2″ LCD screen.

The D810 will be available late July with prices starting at $3,300 USD for the body only.

 

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