The P1000 makes use of an upgraded EXPEED image-processing engine which lets users record and click high-density images at full zoom. The Dual Detect Optical VR is an added bonus when capturing images in zoom mode, offering an equivalent of a 5.0-stop increase in shutter speed.
The Instax SQUARE SQ6 will be able to shoot 1:1 films with the 65.75mm lens that retracts in or out and has a shutter speed of 1.6 seconds to 1/400 seconds. The device will be available in India for an asking price of Rs 9,999 and can be purchased in Pearl White, Graphite Gray and Blush Gold colour options.
The Bluetooth Low Energy technology allows quick, easy and automatic transfer of still images and videos to paired smartphones and tablet devices, using the free smart-device app “FUJIFILM Camera Remote”. The camera is also compatible with FUJIFILM Instax SHARE SP-3 printer.
the Leica camera will come with a 2.33-megapixel electronic viewfinder included which covers the whole photo and also a 3-inch touchscreen LCD. The camera supports Bluetooth and WiFi which allow you to transfer pictures and videos and will cost you as much as $1,050 (approx. Rs 71,300).
There’s a detachable viewfinder as well as a tillable touchscreen, all of which is housed under magnesium alloy-made casing that is dust and water resistant. The GFX50s is powered by the X-Processor Pro that has an ISO range of 100-12800 and will be equipped with Film Simulation colour reproduction.
The 18-megapixel action camera which was launched at CES 2018 will come with 5.2K video recording and a waterproof design.
The EOS M50 is Canon’s first mirrorless camera to feature 4K movie capability, a Vari-Angle touchscreen and Canon’s latest DIGIC 8 image processor.
Both cameras will be able to shoot videos at 4K with post focus and exposure control.
The three cameras come from the company’s D-Lux, V-Lux, and Sofort range and will start selling at Rs 25,000 onwards.
Sony has also announced the launch of SEL18135 lens in the Indian market for Rs 49,990.