It was greatly expecting that the Sony camera with Code name WW 940439 would be either A7III or A7S III (Back in September) , but eventually it came out as Sony A7R III. Once again Nokishita camera posted some unreleased cameras list (mainly updated), where you can see and know the upcoming products from Canon, Nikon, Sony etc. If you look
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Olympus Finally announced new M.ZUIKO Digital ED 17mm F1.2 PRO (34mm focal length in 35mm equivalent) and the M.ZUIKO Digital ED 45mm F1.2 PRO (90mm focal length in 35mm equivalent) to extend the F1.2 PRO prime lens lineup. Both the lenses incredibly work in low-light environments and offers extraordinary shallow depth-of-field, heavily ideal for portrait photographers. Moreover, the M.ZUIKO Digital ED 17mm F1.2 PRO and M.ZUIKO
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You should know that Olympus “45 mm F1.2 PRO” and “17 mm F1.2 PRO” are to be anoounced on 26th October, 2017 and before the announcement some of its images have been leaked online. On the other hand, we have got to know its suggested price that is going to be around 1200 USD (¥ 142,560).
Have a look at the leaked specification information of Olympus “45 mm F1.2
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Sony A6000 is superb because of its 24 MP APS-C sensor that ensures you produce very sharp and detail images, Whereas Olympus E-M10 III is massive entry-level mirrorless camera that offers 4K video adding much more fun to shooting. Moreover, olympus is marvelous that offers innovative 5-axis I.S and can also give you faster shutter.
Let’s go through detail comparison and see the differences of these
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“We are thinking if we have taken the right competitor for E-M10 III or not”. But E-M10 III looks very natty that supports 4K video recording as well as give you maximum shutter speed of 1/32000 s. Now look, E-M10 III is special because being a camera for beginners if offers the exciting 4K video features, which you can’t find in any entry-level DSLR camera, plus
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Olympus E-M10 III vs Canon EOS M100, is going to be an exciting comparison. One side, E-M10 III is MFT camera, whereas Canon EOS M100 is APS-C sensor featured camera. Though both have immersive specs inside being the Entry-Level cameras, but the 4K features in E-M10 III creates major difference in the camera. On the other hand, Canon EOS M100 features Canon’s trademark Dual Pixel CMOS
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Olympus EM10 III vs Canon EOS M6
Olympus E-M10 III is superb entry-level mirrorless camera that supports 4K video capture and distinctive 121 AF points, but on the other hand, Canon M6 implements large 24 MP APS-C sensor to produce exceptional sharp images with stunning details. However, Eos M6 is also an entry-level mirrorless camera but since looking at its specs list
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Olympus E-M10 III is the upgrade version or successor to E-M10 II, was announced, which offers 4K video capture at 30/25/24p. The newly announced entry-Level interchangeable lens cameras uses 16MP Micro Four Thirds sensor that works together with advanced TruePic VII image processing engine to offer you beautiful images with great clarity. OM-D E-M10 Mark III’s 5-Axis Image Stabilization will genuinely helps the
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Olympus E-M10 III comes with 16 MP MFT sensor, as the new report leaked by photorumors. Earlier, it was speculated that Em10 3 would feature 20 MP sensor at the core, but eventually, this upcoming MFT camera would retain the sensor of its predecessor, EM10 II. From now, it looks like the camera would be announced very soon. However, it is expected its announcement by the end of this year.
Here are the rumored specifications of Olympus E-M10 III as of yet:
Sensor- Total pixel 17.2 MP, effective 16.1 MP
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