Nikon has stopped any more pre-orders in some US sites for the all new Nikon D800 as its “apparently because the demand is too high”
Yes in some US sites have been forced to stop the pre order for the 36MP camera was only announced on Tuesday that the Nikon D800 is going to be released very soon but the camera has seen sites like several key US retailers, including Amazon, have stopped offering the camera up for sale.
However in UK there is no mention for the D800 on Amazon or Jessops but other sites like Warehouse Express and Park Cameras are listing the Nikon D800 SLR however US website Slashgear said, “The item is in high demand and supplies from the manufacturer are limited. Its availability will fluctuate, and if the item is not currently in stock, we cannot guarantee that will receive additional quantities in a timely manner.”
Source: Tech Radar
Kodak Camera and Video camera making will be stopped but only for a short time.
As the company is going through restructuring plan (and Bankruptcy aswell) the company will not make any Kodak Cameras, Pocket Video camcorders aswell as Photo Frames which will save Kodak over $100 million this year alone.
Kodak will concentrate on one thing this year and that is its printer division which is of course the desktop inkjet cameras and photo printers and also supply low end ink cartridges for the printers.
Kodak have said during this period it will “honor all warranties and also provide technical support for all of the existing products that it will stop making.”
Source: Geeky Gadgets
Ladies and Gentleman feast your eyes on the worlds newest retro camera the Fujiflim X-Pro1
The Fujifilm features a camera’s centerpiece is an APS-C sensor which is of course uses interchangeable lens mount. The camera can capture 16 megapixel stills, and will be compatible with three lenses at launch this is the retro design camera, these lenses include XF 18mm (27mm equivalent) f/2.0, 35mm (53mm equivalent) f/1.4 lens and a larger 60mm (91mm equivalent) f/2.4 macro lens.
other exciting things include Fuji has introduced a new powerful processor called the EXR Processor pro which will deliver high speed and high precision processing, it features old fashion original on cameras like instant switch between OVF and EVF meaning you can switch between the viwefinder to the digital screen, it has no flash on board if it did it be as heavy as a old camera plus its retro in and outside uses an die-cast aluminium alloy body however the price is rumoured to cost over £326 for two lenses and of course the full three set £390
Fuji also confirm there will be nine lenses for this camera in the near and distant future.
Source: Engadget, Tech radar
JVC Everio camcorders are ditching the wires and going wireless as the end of seeing wires in camcorders are slowly beginning.
The all new Everio EX, VX and GX series all come with Wi-Fi connectivity to make uploading videos to YouTube so you don’t have to wait to get to a PC to showcase the next big YouTube hit, Wi-Fi enabled models can also be set to automatically emails pictures or 15-second videos taken so you can get all the videos on your home PC when you arrive back from your summer hols.
Also JVC have given the Everio Full HD AVCHD shooting, an “industry-leading” 24 Mbps sampling rate and an HDMI-out this includes a Konica Minolta HD lens and 40x optical zoom and handy entry-level features like smile detect and pet shot on the low end Everio, The next Seriers off the Everio is the V/VX series which gets a upper class feel like a aluminium LCD door and a low-light shooting thanks to the F1.2 Super LoLux capability and the final one is Everio GX series rocks a 29.5mm Wide/HD GT lens and also features 1/2.3-inch 10MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor.
JVC has not given UK a release date but we feel that it wont be long UK date.
Source: Tech Radar