Insta360 has released a teaser website and video for an upcoming camera to be announced on October 28th. While the company has not yet said anything else about the new camera, there are some things about it that we might be able to glean from the teaser.
Well, we new something was coming, but we were all a little wrong with the name. Instead of the Z6s and Z7s, they’re actually going to be the Z6II and Z7II and Nikon is planning to official announce them on October 14th – according to a new teaser that’s popped up on the Nikon website.
A couple of successors to the Z6 and Z7 have long been rumoured, hoping to see some features added (like dual card slots) or refined. And while the rumoured names were wrong, if the rumoured specs were close, then they’ll only be incremental updates, but will offer a couple of nice benefits over the existing models.
Panasonic has released a teaser for the Panasonic S5 mirrorless camera to be officially announced on September 2nd. The teaser specifically targets video content creators. The video features Lumix ambassador, Todd White and doesn’t really reveal much about the camera, except alluding to its video-focused capabilities.
Not much is really revealed about the camera in the trailer, although they do show it sitting on top of the DJI Ronin-S. A mess of cables sticking out between them suggests that the two will be compatible with each other.
Insta360 has released a teaser for its upcoming camera. And even though we still don’t know much, the company reveals that the camera blends “an action cam, a 360 camera, a ‘1-inch cam’ and a drone.” So, in the teaser video, Insta360 relies on a word game and literally blends these four gadgets into the most expensive smoothie you’ve ever seen.
Tamron is about to announce as many as four new lenses, according to a recently published teaser video. Although there isn’t too much information, the users have their own predictions and hopes for the upcoming lenses.
The DJI Ronin-S has been a very popular gimbal ever since it was first released. But one of the biggest complaints against it is its weight. After trying the Ronin-S side-by-side with my Zhiyun Crane 2, I can certainly sympathise with those complaints. But it looks like DJI might be getting ready to announce a newer, lighter gimbal for DSLRs and mirrorless cameras.
The teaser image at the top of this page was posted to the DJI website with a link to sign up for notifications. It obviously shows a gimbal with a DSLR mounted on it and the claim “Lighter and Smarter than Ever?”. A short teaser video was also posted by DJI to Twitter.
I didn’t expect another new product announcement from DJI so soon after the Osmo Action, yet here we are. They’ve recently announced a new drone (that apparently nobody’s allowed to buy) and now they’ve released a new teaser for an announcement coming at some point on June 11th.
The teaser’s called “Learn to Win”, which suggests some kind of competition, and the only competition I can think of when it comes to drones is racing. And the teaser is a little reminiscent of one of those Formula 1 TV shows.