We’re basically hours away from the announcement of the Fujifilm X-S10. However, a full press release, specs, and photos have already leaked. If you’re curious about what Fujifilm brings in the latest mirrorless camera, let’s check it out.
A few weeks ago, we had a chance to see some leaked photos of the upcoming GoPro Hero 9. Rumor has it that it will include some novelties such as a color front screen and 5K video capabilities. Well, if you’re curious to see more of the Hero 9 before it gets announced, take a look at this unboxing video that’s leaked before the official announcement.
A few days ago, Sony teased A7c, a “new concept” camera scheduled to launch on 15 September. But as it often happens, a few images have leaked a few days ahead of the announcement. So, if you’re curious to see how the Sony A7c will look, you don’t have to wait for Tuesday. Let’s take a look at the images and the specs that have been revealed so far.
According to recently leaked images, GoPro is about to get a big change in the Hero 9 model. It looks like the latest action cam will have a selfie screen in full color. In other words, the front display will no longer only show your camera settings, but it might come in handy for vloggers and selfie-takers, too.
We’re only two days from an official announcement now from Sigma about their new 85mm f/1.4 DC DN Art series lens for L and E mount. As expected, though, the images of the new lens have leaked a little early, courtesy of serial leakers, Nokishita.
Four photos of the new lens have leaked, and it looks a lot like Sigma’s 105mm f/1.4 Art for DSLRs, but shorter and with an aperture ring. There’s no sign of a tripod collar for this one, though.
Last Thursday, rumours of a new Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DG DN Art series lens designed specifically for Sony and L mount mirrorless cameras was leaked, with an announcement expected for this week. Now, the first real-world image of the new lens has also leaked, courtesy of Sony Alpha Rumors, and boy, is it tiny!
Looks like Tamron is cooking a new 70-300mm lens for Sony E-mount. Only days ahead of the official announcement, a photo and some specs have leaked for the new E-mount version of the Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD.
With an official announcement only hours away, it seems like there isn’t really much that Sony can tell us that we don’t already know. Between the leaked B&H review and the German press release, just about everything has been revealed. But here are a few more leaked images showing features of the Sony A7S III, menus and accessories.
The images come via Sony Alpha Rumors, along with some screenshots of the menu system and other photos showing the camera in use. It seems that some of the screenshots and other photos have all been taken directly from the B&H review video, so if you want to see those will full commentary, best to check that post.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard anything from Nokishita about the Sony A7S III, but it looks like they’ve delivered in good style by leaking the complete German press release for the Sony A7S III. It boasts many of the features that have been rumoured and highlights features such as 1080p recording at 240fps, 10-bit 4:2:2 video and data rates up to 500mbps.
One interesting bit of information, that was mentioned in the leaked B&H review is the RAW over HDMI feature. The A7S III features a full-sized HDMI socket, although there are no recorders out there that can support 16-bit RAW yet. The press release does specifically mention Atomos, though, so might they be getting ready to announce something, too?
Well, we knew a B&H video for the Sony A7S III would be coming as soon as the announcement was official, but it looks like it’s leaked out a little early. It’s been uploaded to the YouTube channel House of Intent, although they don’t say how they acquired the video and I wouldn’t like to make a guess, although it is only 720p resolution, so it’s unlikely they had access to the original source.
But it is the complete 16-minute review, going over just about every feature the Sony A7S III will have to offer. Obviously, there’s a big focus on video in the review, as it’s a video-centric camera, and while it doesn’t offer 8K RAW, it has no recording limits and a new passive cooling system means it’s far less likely to overheat.