Full-Frame Cameras

0 Views ·Posted 01/19/2022
Canon has announced the new EOS R5 C, a compact, hybrid camera that is ideal for journalists, event photographers, and drone users who routinely capture stills and video over the course of their workday. This RF-mount mirrorless camera combines the full-frame 45 MP resolution and speed of EOS R5 stills capture with up to 8K60, 12-bit Cinema RAW Light internal video capture, HDMI raw output, Canon Log 3, HLG and PQ HDR, unlimited recording
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 09/30/2021
A pioneer of full-frame mirrorless, Sony has expanded its system into a full-fledged lineup that caters to all varieties of image makers. No longer a niche market, Sony recognizes the value and versatility of a full-frame sensor: Its large form factor yields excellent image quality, it’s the same size as 35mm film for a sense of familiarity, and it’s still small enough so the overall camera size remains portable and compact. Now that Sony has a grip on how to use full-frame sensors, and has released such a bevy of different cameras over the
by Cory Rice ·Posted 03/10/2021
Nikon has revealed that its first flagship Z-mount camera is currently in the works: the Z 9 full-frame mirrorless camera. Designed with hybrid photo and video creators in mind, the Z 9 will incorporate Nikon’s most advanced technologies for both still and video recording and is slated for release later this year. Nikon Z9 Mirrorless Digital Camera While tight-lipped about most of the exact specifications of the new camera, we
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 02/10/2021
Cameras are getting more and more technical and seem to add new features, formats, and codecs every year. The Sony Alpha 1, or a1, is one of the most advanced cameras ever released and, because of that, there is a ton of questions that need to be asked and answered. Below you’ll find a list of all the answers we have compiled so far. Quick tip: If you are looking for something specific, we highly recommend using the search function of your browser. IMAGING | VIDEO
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 02/10/2021
Taking its rightful place as Sony’s mirrorless flagship, the Alpha 1, or a1, is one of the most impressive and feature-rich cameras ever made. Boasting 8K video, 50MP stills, 30 fps continuous shooting, and lots more, there is much to learn about the a1. Here’s everything you need to know. Sony Alpha 1 | Early Hands-On Review Shortly after news broke on the a1, Doug Guerra was given the opportunity to take the camera for a quick spin
by Cory Rice ·Posted 11/04/2020
Panasonic has released its debut lens in a new series of f/1.8 primes for full-frame L-Mount cameras: the Lumix S 85mm f/1.8. Aimed at portrait photographers, this mid-telephoto is a compact choice equally well suited for the studio and street. I paired one with Panasonic’s Lumix DC-S1 Mirrorless Digital Camera and headed
0 Views ·Posted 10/29/2020
ZEISS has introduced the ZX1, the first camera that allows you to take a photograph, edit it in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, and share the results… all in-camera! Intended for a number of shooting genres, most notably travel, street, and landscape, the ZX1 is a compact camera sporting a high-resolution 37.4MP full-frame CMOS sensor and a fixed Distagon T* 35mm f/2 lens.
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 10/11/2021
Just as mirrorless is now the dominant camera type, full frame is now the dominant sensor size. It wasn’t too long ago when full-frame cameras were seen strictly as tools for professional and high-end photo applications due to their expense and the associated feature sets that were part of the complete full-frame camera system. Over the last few years, however, full-frame options have begun to trickle down to the middle tier of interchangeable-lens camera development, with some instances placing entry-level full-frame cameras right alongside
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 06/03/2020
It's 2020 and full-frame imaging is now part of the norm. It seems as though up until not too long ago, full frame was a rare and exotic bird, but now is among the most common and expected technologies for a high-end, even middle-of-the-road, camera to have. With full-frame sensors now being a mature feature of sorts, I thought it would be a good time to take stock and see exactly how wide-ranging this sensor size really is—what are the current full-frame cameras available and what are some of the unique features each brings to the table?
by Allan Weitz ·Posted 02/20/2020
The introduction of the Nikon D780 answers two burning questions. The first is: “Will there ever be a replacement for the still-popular-after-all-these-years Nikon D750?” The answer is “Yes.”  The second question is: “Does the successful reception of Nikon’s Z-series mirrorless cameras put the kibosh on future DSLR development from Nikon?” The answer
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 11/06/2019
Some great news for current (and potentially future) Panasonic camera owners has just been revealed in the form of firmware updates for some of the company’s most popular mirrorless models. The S1 and S1R gain previously promised
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 10/13/2019
To say I was a bit surprised to learn that Sony's latest full-frame release was the a7R IV would be an understatement. There were plenty of other picks that I thought would be upgraded first (a7S III anyone?). Fortunately, this is no minor tweak, even though it may look like it on first glance. We are seeing a brand-new 61MP CMOS sensor, an updated physical design that signals it may be the fourth try that is charmed, and various other
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 08/27/2019
Video has never been this good in a full-frame mirrorless camera. The now officially released Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H is the new leader in full-frame video and once again proves that Panasonic is willing to give filmmakers the features they need. Part of this is accomplished through the development of a new 24.2MP full-frame MOS sensor and Venus Engine image processor to handle full-width video, including full 3:2-ratio 6K
383 Views ·Posted 08/22/2019
Panasonic just announced the new S1H full-frame mirrorless camera, its video-centric follow-up to the S1 and S1R, so we decided to try it on a commercial video shoot. We filmed at Frames Bowling, in New York City, with mostly available light, testing the camera’s low-light capabilities, as well as 6K and 4K video modes. We run through some of the features, as well as compatible lenses and accessories, to put together a
0 Plays ·Posted 08/21/2019
Shiv Verma is a Panasonic LUMIX Global Ambassador, so it’s no coincidence that he is joining us to discuss the LUMIX S1 Full-Frame Mirrorless Digital Camera—which is part of our