Upcoming Cameras In 2019: What’s Coming Next To Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras?
Undoubtedly, 2018 was a year-full of full-frame mirrorless cameras. The brands like Nikon, Panasonic, Canon etc managed to pack relatively large and high-resolution sensors into their compact camera bodies. Here’s what you can expect in upcoming cameras in 2019. You can expect 8K, AI and a lot more features in upcoming cameras.
Brands You Would Like To Keep An Eye On
Nikon and Canon have already launched full frame mirror-less cameras the last year in September. But You will see Panasonic cameras to have full frame mirrorless system in 2019. On the other hand, Sigma is focusing on creating something unique for the industry. As per the reports, Sigma is a part of the new L-mount alliance with Panasonic and Leica.
At CES 2019, Panasonic showcased its Lumix S1 and S1R which will hit the market in March 2019. Panasonic Lumix S1 and S1R are the first cameras with the new L-Mount system. These are the cameras which the company’s been working on with Leica and Sigma. The upcoming Panasonic cameras will be able to shoot video at 4K, 60fps with dual image stabilization, tiltable LCD display, contrast AD and depth-from-defocus tech. Besides the two, Panasonic Lumix S mirrorless cameras with the high-resolution mode announced at the giant trade show.
You can see some major changes in the video to be shot on upcoming cameras. For now, 4K is mainstream but soon 8K might dominate in high-end models. It is not just the popular DSLRs and mirror-less cameras which are ruling the market, Instant film cameras by brands like Fujifilm have also shown tremendous growth in the industry.
Along with a whole lot of new launches, you might see updates in old models. Are You Ready for updates and new launches? As the New Year days are out all the brands are set to bring their innovative products to the market. Though CES has already given a fresh start, Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) and CP Plus show in February will provide a clearer look by making new camera announcements right around the corner