Mirrorless Cameras

by Todd Vorenkamp ·Posted 11/17/2014
The premise of the camera is simple: it's a box that allows a measured amount of light into it in order to create an image on a photo-sensitive material. Stroll through the B&H Photo SuperStore and you'll see there are literally thousands of different interpretations of how to best do this. Cameras of all shapes, sizes, and colors are on the shelves—all of them begging to be held and used to make photographs.   The camera, one of the world's ultimate gadgets, has an appeal that transcends a great cross section of the human race. Artists,
0 Views ·Posted 01/04/2023
Venture into the video and photo sides of creative storytelling with the powerful, new hybrid mirrorless camera offerings from Panasonic, the Lumix S5II and Lumix S5IIx full-frame mirrorless cameras. The new releases include the Lumix S5II and Lumix S5IIx camera bodies, kits with the
0 Views ·Posted 11/25/2022
Nick Brigadier compares the Sony ZV-1F, ZV-1, and ZV-E10 to help you decide which one would work best for you. Each
0 Views ·Posted 11/14/2022
Craig Fruchtman, aka @CraigsBeds, shows Maria Perez the aerial photography ropes while riding in a @FlyNYON helicopter! The a7R V is the perfect camera choice for such fast-paced conditions, with its articulating LCD screen, allowing flexibility when composing your shot. One of the challenges of taking photos from a helicopter is the short time frame, so knowing which camera settings and modes to shoot from are super important. So, follow along to get all
0 Views ·Posted 11/02/2022
The last few months have been a whirlwind for FUJIFILM's mirrorless division, with the company unveiling a suite of new sensor technologies inside the successors to a line of cameras that not everyone was sure would ever return. While the X-H2 and X-H2S are very exciting cameras and deserving of their flagship status, they aren't necessarily what most people think of when they think of FUJIFILM cameras: that would be the X-T line, and many have been waiting to see what these announcements would mean for the
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 11/02/2022
The mirrorless Canon R Series continues to grow and improve. Today, that comes in the shape of their first second-generation release—the EOS R6 Mark II. Sporting a new 24MP full-frame sensor, slightly tweaked exterior, and plenty of under-the-hood improvements this is going to be a serious competitor. Along with the camera is an RF 135mm f/1.8, the new ultimate
0 Views ·Posted 10/26/2022
The future has arrived with Sony’s latest iteration of the R-series: the a7R V. This high-resolution mirrorless standard adds the power and intelligence of an evolved image processor, a 4-axis multi-angle LCD monitor, 8K video recording, and a laundry list of internal and external upgrades appealing to photo and video shooters alike.
0 Views ·Posted 10/26/2022
OM SYSTEM has designed its new OM-5 camera to be the go-to camera for the photographer willing to get dirty on their next adventure. Small and lightweight enough to be almost unnoticeable as you traverse mountain passes, yet with the ruggedness, weatherproofing, and reliability you’ve come to expect from OM cameras, the OM-5 features a new 20.4MP Live MOS Sensor and TruePic IX Image Processor built into a durable magnesium-alloy
by Rebecca Melville ·Posted 10/19/2022
Over a recent summer weekend, I had the great pleasure of shooting with the OM-D E-M5 Mark III. As far as first impressions go, this camera is a breeze to work with. With an exterior design that is sleek, beautiful, and unpretentious, you can’t go wrong with either the black or silver models—although I lean toward the timeless silver body myself. Upon unboxing, I immediately noticed how much lighter the E-M5 III model is compared to
by Jennifer Hahn ·Posted 09/21/2022
If you own a Panasonic Lumix GH6 Mirrorless Camera, your camera functionality just got even better, with the release of the latest v2.2 firmware. Version 2.2 provides updates to allow USB-to-SSD recording, improvements in raw recording ISO limits, and improved image quality. External USB SSD Support Sometimes the internal cards are not enough for long shoots, and it can be faster to pass your
by Rebecca Melville ·Posted 09/30/2022
Over the weekend I channeled my inner influencer to practice vlogging with the Nikon Z30 Mirrorless Camera. As the lightest and least costly camera of the Nikon Z-series, the Z30 is a great introduction to Nikon’s fleet if you are a vlogger looking to up your game. Weighing a comfy 350 grams, the Z30’s uniquely light body still feels sturdy and capable of withstanding rugged use. With an ergonomic
by Bjorn Petersen ·Posted 09/07/2022
Way more than just an incremental update, Hasselblad is finally releasing a new X system mirrorless medium format camera body—the X2D 100C—that revolves around a new 100MP sensor, improved AF, IBIS, and several useful updates to the physical and operational design. This long-awaited successor to the X1D 50C II feels like a complete overhaul, yet hasn’t lost sight of the best aspects of the X1D cameras, namely the distinct
0 Views ·Posted 09/08/2022
FUJIFILM has just upped the ante with the announcement of its FUJIFILM X-H2 camera, not just for APS-C digital mirrorless cameras, but for digital cameras in general, presenting some serious specs for still photographers and motion picture videographers. This latest FUJIFILM X camera pushes the envelope and takes the controls from the very capable
0 Views ·Posted 06/29/2022
Joining the vlogging party, Nikon has just announced the Z30 mirrorless camera: a decidedly compact and connected camera built for creators looking to record and share their everyday adventures. This DX-format cam borrows specs and capabilities from other Z cameras, including their renowned image quality and advanced autofocus performance, but sports an all-new design and purpose-built handling that prioritizes video and single-shooter productions
0 Views ·Posted 06/01/2022
Building on the popularity of last year’s 28-70mm f/2.8, Sigma has just announced the 16-28mm f/2.8 DG DN Contemporary. Portable, versatile, and all about wide angle, this sleek little zoom balances two of the most desirable assets in lens design: compactness and speed. And with those two attributes, this lens is positioned as a go-to choice for architecture, landscape, and travel shooting—instances where you value an ultra-wide field of