The CyberShot WX800 features an 18.2-megapixel Exmor R Cmos Sensor and is powered by an upgraded BIONZ X processor. With front-end LSI, the camera offers high-speed continuous shooting at up to 10fps at 155 buffer limit, Eye AF technology and a Fast Intelligent AF speed of just 0.09 seconds.
The Cyber-shot HX99 camera features an 18.2-megapixel backside-illuminated 1/2.3-inch Exmore R CMOS sensor that has an ISO range of 80-12800. It boasts of a ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T 24-720mmi High Magnification Zoom lens which is equivalent to a 35mm zoom lens and offers a 28X optical zoom.
The Zeiss ZX1 makes use of a 37.4 megapixels (7488 x 4992 pixels) 24 x 36mm (3:2) full-frame sensor which has been designed by Zeiss itself and is accompanied by a fixed 35mm f/2.0 T* lens. It is designed with a minimalistic boxy finish with yellow accents on the lens & dials to save space for a large LCD touchscreen.
The Leica S3 will be offering a much larger 64-megapixel sensor with a dual shutter and focal plane model reserved for its regular S-lens system. The camera uses a Leica Maestro II processor and 2GB of buffer memory to allow smoother processing of a large amount of data produced by the 64MP sensor.
The GFX 50R is powered by an X-Processor Pro imaging engine and a 51.4MP image sensor, thus packing in the most resolution and larger pixels than any other medium format camera. The camera offers a 0.77X magnification, 3.69 million dot OLED electronic viewfinder that can be titled but not detached.
The company claims that both the cameras are world’s first to feature 4K recording at 60p/50p and dual IS image stabilization system. Panasonic will release the products in the global market next spring.
The most advanced of the three is the GoPro HERO7 Black which can capture 4K videos at 60 frames per second through its 12MP sensor. Not just that, the Black model comes with HyperSmooth video stabilisation which offers professional-looking, gimbal-like smooth videos underwater (to up to 10m) and windy situations.
The new Fujifilm X-T3 equips a 26MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor with more than 4 times the number of phase detection pixels than last generation digital cameras. The camera is powered by the X-Processor 4 image processing engine with up to 3x faster processing and is also the world’s first to delivers 4K/60P 10bit output.
There are electronic viewfinders in both the camera that feature 3.6M dot resolutions as well as an EN-EL15b battery that will last to up to 330 shots on the Z7 and 310 shots on the Z6. The cameras also come with a 3.2-inch LCD touchscreen with 2.1M dot resolution and built-in WiFi for syncing media files.
The EOS R packs a 30.3-megapixel full-frame sensor with dual-pixel CMOS autofocus and an ISO range of 100-40,000. With similar strengths to its own EIS 5D Mark IV DSLR, the EOS R camera is powered by Canon’s DIGIC 8 image processor and features a 3.69 M-dot OLED electronic viewfinder and a MacBook Pro-like Touch Bar.
The Mark II model of Lumix LX100 features a relatively larger 17-megapixel Four Thirds MOS sensor, which is an upgrade over last year’s 12.8-megapixel sensor. The device packs in the old 24-75mm-equivalent f/1.7-2.8 lens on a nine-blade aperture, totalling as much as 21.77 megapixels.
This is the first time Nokia has introduced a new mount to its imaging equipment since 1958 and the Z mount has come out and become the largest full-frame mirrorless mount in the market. The diameter of the mount us 55mm which is 17 percent larger than Nikon’s F-series DSLR and has 65 percent smaller flange.
The Leica C-Lux is equipped with a 1-inch 20-megapixel MOS sensor with a Leica DC Vario-Elmar 3.3 - 6.4/8.8-132mm ASPH zoom lens. The camera offers aperture range from f/3.3 aperture to an f/8.0 aperture. The camera has an ISO sensitivity of 25600, which means that one can take shots in low-light conditions.
The PowerShot SX740 HS spans across a focal range equivalent to 24-960mm in contrast to a traditional 35mm lens together with a variable aperture of f/3.3 to f/6.9. The device boasts of a 20.3MP back-illuminated BSI-CMOS sensor which when powered by the DIGIC 8 image processor can output a frame rate of 10 fps.
The XF10 offers a fixed wide-angle 18.5mm lens with an aperture of f/2.8 (equivalent to a 27.8mm lens on full-frame) which is coupled alongside a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor. The Fujifilm XF10 will e available for an asking price of $500 (approx. Rs 34,520) and will arrive in Black and Champagne Gold variants.