Posts Tagged ‘fullframe’

New arrival: Canon EOS 6D Mark II full-frame DSLR

Thursday, June 29th, 2017

Canon launches the lightest DSLR in its EOS full-frame DSLR line-up. Price & availability TBA.

Update (12 July, 2017):

Price & availability – The EOS 6D Mark II will be available at authorised Canon dealers on 27 July 2017 at the following recommended retail prices.

  • EOS 6D Mark II Body (Body only): S$2,899
  • EOS 6D Mark II (w/24-70 L IS): S$3,949
  • EOS 6D Mark II (w/24-105 L IS II): S$4,299

Customers who make a pre-order from 13 July 2017 to 26 July 2017 will be entitled to a free Canon professional camera backpack worth $289.

If you’re a photography buff looking for an entry-level full-frame DSLR to up your game, you would be excited by the new EOS 6D Mark II from Canon.

It is the lightest full-frame DSLR from the Japanese maker’s EOS line-up but packs a complete arsenal of functionalities.

Canon EOS 6D Mark II entry-level full-frame DSLR for enthusiasts.

Its 26.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor promises exceptionally clear images even under low light conditions; and it is capable of achieving an impressive background blur effect – a key characteristic the larger sensors in full-frame cameras.

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New arrival: Nikon D5 and D500 DSLR cameras in Singapore

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

Nikon has launched the D5 and D500 DSLR cameras in Singapore. Both will hit the shelves here end April. Prices TBA.

Update (26 April, 2016):

The Nikon D500 is now available in Singapore. RRP below.

  • Nikon D500 (body only): S$2,999.
  • Nikon D500 (16-80mm VR) kit: S$3,999.

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The Nikon D5 and D500 side-by-side in Singapore, at the launch at Aura in National Gallery, Singapore.

The D5 is the new flagship DSLR camera from Nikon, which was unveiled during CES 2016 back in January this year.

The 20.5-megapixel Nikon-FX format full frame DSLR sports a 153-point AF system, 12 fps continuous shooting, a new CMOS sensor, and a new EXPEED 5 image-processing engine.

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The D5 is the first Nikon to come with highest standard ISO sensitivity at 102,400, and the ability to shoot 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) movies.

The D500 is Nikon’s top DX-format DSLR, offering the performance of the D5 in a compact, lightweight body.

The D500 incorporates the same powerful 153-point AF system and EXPEED 5 engine as the D5, boasts high-speed continuous shooting at approx. 10 fps and supports 4K UHD movies.

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The D500 has a wide sensitivity range from ISO 100 to 51200, expandable to Hi 5 (ISO 1,640,000 equivalent).

Read more about the Nikon D5 in the earlier story here.

Below are more details about the Nikon D500, extracted from the press release.

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CES 2016: Nikon flagship D5 DSLR FX-format full frame camera

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

Nikon has unveiled its latest flagship camera. The 20.5-megapixel Nikon-FX format full frame DSLR sports a 153-point AF system, 12 fps continuous shooting, a new CMOS sensor, and a new EXPEED 5 image-processing engine.

US$6,496.95 on Amazon, released from 15 March, 2016. Price & availability in Singapore TBA.

The FX-format full frame D5 DSLR is Nikon’s latest flagship camera.

The FX-format full frame D5 DSLR is Nikon’s latest flagship camera.

The D5 is the first Nikon to come with highest standard ISO sensitivity at 102400, and the ability to shoot 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) movies.

The Wireless Transmitter WT-6, available separately, comes handy for high-speed wireless network communications.

The Wireless Transmitter WT-6, available separately, comes handy for high-speed wireless network communications.

A high-resolution 2.3-inch touch screen 2,359-dot LCD monitor, fast communications with both wired networks via built-in Ethernet connector and wireless networks, alongside double memory card slots make for a highly efficient workflow.

Contributing to greater autofocus (AF), auto exposure (AE) and auto white balance (AWB), is the incorporation of a new 180K-pixel RGB sensor for the Advanced Scene Recognition System.

The D5 consumes less power, adopts a highly precise and durable shutter, and has increased camera reliability in terms of control precision, strength and durability.

The D5 also supports the new Nikon Creative Lighting System functions, Radio-controlled Advanced Wireless Lighting (AWL) and Unified Flash Control.

Details in the press release below.

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New arrivals: Sony Alpha7R II full-frame mirrorless camera

Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

Sony has launched worldwide its flagship camera – the α7R II full-frame mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera, with 42.4-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, in-camera 5-axis image stabilisation, internal 4K video recording, silent shooting and fast hybrid AF.

Available in Singapore from August onwards at S$4,099 (body only).

Sony boasts that the newly-developed 42.4-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor is the most advanced, versatile and highest-resolution full-frame image sensor that Sony has ever created, allowing the α7R II to reach new levels of quality, sensitivity and response speed.

Sony boasts that the newly-developed 42.4-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor is the most advanced, versatile and highest-resolution full-frame image sensor that Sony has ever created, allowing the α7R II to reach new levels of quality, sensitivity and response speed.

Sony, a worldwide leader in digital imaging and the world’s largest image sensor manufacturer, has today introduced the new flagship full-frame mirrorless camera, the α7R II.

The impressive video credentials of Sony’s new α7R II camera include the ability to record movies in 4K quality (QFHD 3840x2160) in either Super 35mm crop mode or full-frame mode.

The impressive video credentials of Sony’s new α7R II camera include the ability to record movies in 4K quality (QFHD 3840×2160) in either Super 35mm crop mode or full-frame mode.

The new α7R II features the world’s first back-illuminated full-frame Exmor R™ CMOS sensor, which realises high-resolution (approximately 42.4 effective megapixels), high-sensitivity (expandable up to ISO 102400) and high-speed AF response up to 40 per cent faster than the original α7R, thanks to 399 focal plane phase-detection AF points.

The camera also includes a 5-axis image stabilisation system borrowed from the α7 II model, and has the ability to shoot and record 4K videos in multiple formats including Super 35mm (without pixel binning) and full-frame format, a world’s first for digital cameras.

Additionally, it has a newly refined XGA OLED Tru-Finder™ with the world’s highest (0.78x) viewfinder magnification.

More details from the press release below.

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