Leica recently announced their latest version of the M10 and the camera does not have a screen! It is a digital camera with no screen to view your photos. For someone who has shot in film cameras, it will feel like a homecoming as the rangefinder has no clutter – just two dials on top, a shutter button and a dial at the back. The design shouts of the typical Leica trademark. The camera is controlled using the Leica Fotos app. The app works on both Android and iOS devices. It uses Wi-Fi to connect to the app.
The 24-megapixel full-frame sensor camera is matte black in colour and looks like a film rangefinder to a tee. The M10- D also features the lever that film cameras [...]
Leica Camera, the German brand which is known for manufacturing high-end professional cameras have finally entered the Indian market. The company has partnered with Amazon India to launch three cameras at a price ranging from Rs 25,000 to Rs 90,000. The Leica V-Lux is priced at Rs 85,000 and the Leica D-Lux is priced at Rs 90,000. And the Leica Sofort 19106, 19107, 19108 range is priced at Rs 25,000. All these cameras have a standard 3-year warranty.Leica V-Lux Specs
The Leica V-Lux is the costliest of series. This could be an ideal camera for every kind of photography. The camera has a variable aperture of f/2.4 to f/4.0 with 146 mm aspheric lens (ASHP). The camera supports [...]
Huawei’s recent launch of the new P9 put a lot of attention on the brand, with claims that the smartphone camera can match DSLR quality shots.
This image recently posted by Huawei on its Facebook page, promoting the P9. Even though Huawei never directly claimed it was clicked with the P9. The caption read :
The #HuaweiP9’s dual Leica cameras makes taking photos in low light conditions like this a pleasure.
The EXIF data, however, spoke another story altogether. The photo was actually shot with a Canon 5D III using a 70-200 F2.8 L series lens. This reminds us of the bad marketing Nokia did with the Lumia 920 back in 2012.
Using DSLR images [...]
No, we refuse to acknowledge the statement that smartphones are point-and-shoot replacements. No matter how good your camera phone may be, it still doesn’t have the technology to beat the image quality of the following cameras. Unlike DSLR’s, where you have to manage several lenses – these are handy, cheaper and super convenient if you’re constantly on the go.
Here are a list of pocket size cameras that you’d wish you’d bought earlier:1. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 Key features 20MP 1″-type BSI CMOS sensor (13.2 x 8.8mm) 24-200mm equivalent stabilized F2.8 [...]