The new a6300 camera is the latest offering in Sony’s mirrorless camera selection. Now you can lock focus on a subject within 0.05 seconds which is the worlds fastest AF acquisition time. What’s more, it can shoot images at up to 11 frames per second with continuous autofocus and exposure tracking.
Every photographer will be drooling over Sony’s flagship G Master that landed on 4th February. Sony has been working at combining an innovating optical element technology with a clean design and calibration and has brought in interchangeable lens.
The 21st Century has been a period of transition from analog to digital, with new media forms replacing the old. Instant cameras, or “polaroid” cameras however, are a type of old technology that have been around for a good 80 plus years… and they’re not budging!
Nikon has been a specialist in the optics and imaging business since 1917. Mixing Japanese quality with a philosophy of trustworthiness and creativity, Nikon is the world’s second largest manufacturer in its field. From this photographic powerhouse comes the Nikon COOLPIX S6400 – one of three in the new COOLPIX S series of Nikon cameras.
They say a picture’s worth a thousand words. However, anyone who has travelled widely or who has witnessed amazing moments’ in life might agree that it’s rare for a camera to be able to capture the true essence of a place or a moment in time: those views, places or precious times that simply take your breath away. The Nikon 1 V1 is an exception.