Upcoming Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Canon and Olympus announcement info.

After Photokina we had a long quite time with no major mirrorless camera release. This is about to change and at least five companies (but I think there will be more) have scheduled some sort of product announcements within the next 6 weeks:

Sony: Sony will launch the new NEX-7n in early April. it will have a High Resolution 3.8 million dot EVF and new 24 Megapixel sensor. There will be new E-mount lenses too.
Panasonic: Two new MFT cameras could be announced, likely the GF7 and G7.
Olympus: Still not sure yet but latest rumors say that the new E-P5 may be announced in April with availability in June-July
Samsung: NX-R could be announced in March. It still has to be seen if that High End mirrorless will feature a FF sensor or not
Canon: New EOS-M camera with integrated viewfinder and 24MP sensor.

But according to veyr latest info also Zeiss, Fuji and Pentax-Ricoh will announce some new stuff in April!

Hot time coming! Be prepared!

  • Mr.Tritium

    Sony, you just released a very good 35/1.8, now it time to make a good 23mm, I BEG YOU!

    • vodanh1982

      Are you serious? You are a customer and have to beg a vendor?

    • pjpo

      No kidding! The 24mm isn’t quite wide enough. What we really need is a 23.

      If the Zeiss were f/1.4, there would be room for a 24mm f/2 like the RX1. As it stands, that will never ever happen. Maybe 24mm f/2.8, but there are already 19, 20 (soon), and 30mm options for that.

  • Dummy00001

    So it’s 24MP all around?

    I would have rather had 8MP Foveon-like sensor camera, even if without video. But I gather I have more chances of it happening on a mobile phone than in a DSLR.

  • Mike

    I just made for fun this mockup of the pentax k-02, a blend between the ugly k-01 and the ricoh gxr


  • Chris

    Admin, please can you tell us if you have any more details on the Pentax Ricoh? Is it a Pentax or Ricoh product?

  • kuishinbou

    What new stuff is Fuji planning to announce? Will it be lenses or camera bodies? Hopefully both!

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