GoPro is soon to announce the HERO 10, its next flagship camera. As it usually happens, some details have already leaked, telling us more about it before the official launch. The recently leaked photos show us that the HERO 10 will have the same design as its predecessor, the HERO 9. But there will reportedly be some improvements, too.
More photos of the upcoming Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm f/4 Pro lens have leaked, along with the complete specs. As expected, the new OM Digital lens will carry the Olympus branding. OM Digital has said that they’ve secured the use of the name for the next few years, but exactly how long that might last is unknown.
It’s expected to be announced alongside the Olympus PEN E-P7 Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera, for which images were also recently leaked. There’s no specs for the camera yet, although the complete specs for lens have been leaked, along with an expected price tag of $1,099.
43Rumors has posted some newly leaked photos of the upcoming Olympus PEN E-P7 Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera. It’s expected to be the first camera from Olympus since its takeover by OM Digital Solutions was completed at the beginning of this year.
OM Digital did say in a recent interview that a new camera would be available “in the next few weeks” and given that images are now leaking, it looks like it’s going to be the PEN E-P7, and it’ll still bear the Olympus branding.
It’s not really much of a surprise that with the official announcement expected tomorrow we’re seeing leaks. This time, though, it doesn’t come from Nokishita. Well, it sort of does, but not directly. This time they’re just the messenger. British retailer Campkins Cameras and Dutch retailer Foto Konijnenberg both published complete product listings for the upcoming Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG DN Art series lens for L & E mounts a day early.
According to the now-removed listings (thanks, Google Cache!), the UK price will be £745 with the EU price coming in at €849. This tallies up with the previously rumoured $899 price for the USA. The specs pretty much confirm those leaked by Nokishita a few days ago, and also offers up a couple more that weren’t in the previous leak.
According to pttl.gr, Fujifilm has leaked themselves, posting all of the upcoming Instax Mini 40 on the Instax website site a little early. Expected to be announced on April 7th, it looks like somebody was a little too eager with that publish button. The content has been removed from the Instax website now, although screenshots were captured by the folks at pttl.
Fujifilm has been teasing the camera on Instagram for a few days now, although there’s no word on a price yet. And while the camera might have been covered up in the Instagram post, the photos that temporarily appeared on the Instax website show the new camera from all angles, along with a complete list of specs.
The first images of Sony’s upcoming FE 24mm f/2.8 G, FE 40mm f/2.5 and FE 50mm f/2.5 G lens trio have been leaked by Nokishita. They show a very compact set of lenses, from looking at the photos, which seem particularly well suited to small-bodied cameras like the Sony A7c or any of Sony’s APS-C models (despite being full-frame lenses).
According to a report over on L-Rumors, the new Sigma fp L will house a 60.2-megapixel sensor. They show screenshots of a folder of images found on Sigma’s web server, along with EXIF data showing a whopping 9520×6328 pixel resolution.
The sensor that will come in the Sigma fp L is not a Foveon, although it’s not quite a Bayer sensor, either, featuring what is rumoured to be a unique colour filter array layout that’s a bit reminiscent of the Fuji Super CCD sensors from back when they used to make DSLRs.
In what will come as a massive shock to absolutely nobody, Nokishita has managed to get their hands on photos of the upcoming Sigma fp L mirrorless camera ahead of its official announcement expected next week on March 23rd. And in a further act of defiant predictability, they’ve posted them to Twitter.
As well as the Sigma fp L camera itself, they also have photos of the strange-looking modular EVF-11 electronic viewfinder, which bolts onto the side of the camera instead of sitting on top.
Plenty of Fujifilm gear has leaked over the years: from instant cameras to medium format. Most recently, we saw the now announced GFX 100S appear online – but did it really leak? In this brilliant and hilarious ad, Fuji tells us “the truth” about how the company’s latest medium format camera got to leak days ahead of the announcement.
Fujifilm has announced that their upcoming Fujifilm X Summit is happening on January 27th at 1pm GMT. At the X Summit, Fuji is expected to announce their new 102-megapixel Fujifilm GFX100S camera, along with three new lenses; the GF80mm, XF70mm and XF70-300mm.
There hasn’t been a whole lot of info leaked about any of the upcoming announcements yet, and while I haven’t seen any real photos of the camera leaked, Nokishita has leaked images of the three impending lenses.