Apple has announced its latest flagship phone, iPhone 11. It comes in three versions: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and all of them are aimed at photographers and videographers. All three models feature 12MP sensors and shoot up to 4K 60fps video. The iPhone 11 is the most affordable and has a dual camera, but the Pro and Max versions come with the triple camera system, with standard, telephoto, and ultra-wide lenses. Let’s check out the specs and see what the latest iPhone models have to offer.
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Phase One has just announced XT, “the first of its kind” full-frame medium format camera system. It’s aimed particularly at travel and landscape photographers, and it brings together the highest quality and compact design.
Canon has today announced the newest addition to its EOS Cinema Line, the EOS C500 Mark II. It’s the next generation of the original EOS C500 and it sees some quite notable upgrades. The Super 35mm CMOS sensor has been upgraded to full-frame, the 4K resolution has been bumped up to 5.9K, and the CFast card slots are gone, replaced by a pair of faster CFexpress and an SD card slot for proxies.
Insta360 is on a roll right now with great little cameras. Since the launch of the Insta360 ONE X, we’ve seen the Insta360 EVO and now they’ve announced the tiny new Insta360 GO which, despite the name, isn’t actually a 360° camera. It’s a 180° camera, but it features the same Flowstate stabilisation found in its larger siblings for gimbal-free but gimbal-like stabilisation.
It’s designed to be super small, super lightweight and wearable for capturing your daily life or anything you might want to record while wearing a camera. This tiny little camera weighs in at only 18.3 grams and is so small that it looks unlikely to ever get in your way.
We all knew it was coming, but we never really knew for sure exactly when. May 31st came and went with nothing but crickets. But today seems to be a day for new gear announcements, so Panasonic has jumped on the bandwagon by announcing the new Panasonic Lumix S1H full-frame camera aimed at video shooters. For the stills folks, it’s a 24.2-megapixel L Mount mirrorless camera. But it’s video where things get interesting.
While it’s not the first, nor the cheapest, camera to shoot high-quality 6K footage, it is the first full-frame mirrorless camera to shoot 6K. And the Panasonic S1H shoots it at 24 frames per second and also offers 4:2:2 10-Bit 4K DCI and 4K UHD. But high-resolution video isn’t the only trick the S1H has up its sleeve.
Z-Cam was pretty much unheard of until relatively recently, but they made quite a big splash at NAB earlier this year. They had a pretty sizeable stand offering up some pretty big promises for the filmmaking industry with a set of 4K, 6K and 8K cameras. The 4K Z-Cam E2C was announced just over a week ago, and now the company has followed through with their full-frame E2 F6 and E2 F8 models, capable of shooting 6K and 8K respectively.
They’re both pretty bare-bones, boxy-looking cameras sold with no accessories. But when you consider that they’re priced at $5K and $6K each, with both available in either EF or PL lens mounts, one can hardly expect much more than they’re already offering.
Teased by Xiaomi just a few days ago for their upcoming Mi Mix 4 smartphone, Samsung has now officially announced its new 108-megapixel ISOCELL sensor. This marks the first smartphone sensor to go beyond 100-megapixels, replacing Samsung’s 64-megapixel sensor announced in May, as their highest resolution smartphone sensor.
When the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K was announced around 16 months ago, it was a big shock to a lot of people. A Micro Four Thirds cinema camera that shot 4K RAW video for under $1,300. It just seemed to good to be true. Well, today, Blackmagic has upped the ante, with the new Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K.
It shares much in common with its 4K sibling, including a rather low budget price of only $2,499 (£2,025 in the UK). Only this one comes with a Super 35mm sensor and a Canon EF Mount with full electronics.
Samsung has announced the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ smartphones. Yes, that’s right, there are two of them. The Galaxy Note has previously stood alone as Samsung’s flagship mobile device. But now the standard Note10 is taking a back seat to the “Plus” variety. And there are some quite noticeable differences between the two.
From a smartphone photography standpoint, the good news is that both models contain mostly the same cameras. The Note10 has a triple camera array featuring ultra-wide, wide and telephoto lenses. The Note10+ contains these same three cameras but also includes an additional DepthVision camera – which offers more advantages than just photography.