Sigma dp Quattro


Sigma unveils its latest camera(s) and one very interesting and unique form factor with their new dp Quattro line. The APS-C camera boasts a 19.6 megapixel Quattro sensor and will come in three models with three fixed lenses: 19mm, 30mm, and 50MM F2.8 lenses. Each will also have a 920k pixel LCD and 9-point Contrast Detection Autofocus.

$TBD, Sigma

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Panasonic Lumix GH4


Panasonic's GH camera gets a huge upgrade this year with the 4K-capable GH4. The GH4 features a 16 Megapixel Sensor and an impressive set of features including a 49-area Auto-Focus, 1/8000 second maximum shutter speed, 12 fps burst shooting, ISO sensitivity up to 25600, built-in WiFi and NFC, and the ability to shoot 4K video (4096x2160) in 24p an 4K (3840x2160) in 30p/24p.

$TBA, Amazon

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Olympus OM-D E-M10


Though its competition in the mirrorless space boast larger sensors, Micro Four Thirds is still going strong with a vast selection of glass, smaller bodies and lenses, and blazing fast autofocus speeds. Olympus marks all those checkboxes and then some with the new E-M10, the latest in their OM-D series which packs a 16MP sensor, built-in WiFi, 8 fps shooting, and in-body stabilization.

$799, Amazon

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Fujifilm X-T1 *Updated


Fujifilm goes rugged with a new addition to its popular X-Series range, the Fujica-inspired XT-1. Those wishing for a blazing fast X-Series camera will be excited about the built-in phase detection autofocus (0.08 seconds), .05 second shutter lag, predictive AF with 8 fps shooting, and compatibility with the new high-speed UHS-II SD cards. The camera also has a rugged, die-cast magnesium body, dust/water/freeze-resistance, 2.36 million dot OLED viewfinder, tilting display, and a precise 2.36 million dot OLED viewfinder with a display lag of 0.005 seconds.

From $1,299, B&H Photo


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Sony a5000


Coming in at just under 8oz, Sony presents the lightest interchangeable camera available, the a5000. The camera houses a 20.1 Megapixel, DSLR-grade APS-C sensor, ISO sensitivity up to 16000, tilting display, and built-in WiFi and NFC for image sharing and transfers.

$600, Sony

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Fujifilm X100S Black


Like the X100 before it, Fujifilm is releasing the much sought-after black colorway for the already popular X100S. The camera comes packed with the same specs as the standard black and silver colorway (16.3 Megapixel APS-C Sensor, 23mm Fujinon lens) and can also be accessorized with a new black leather case and a black lens hood and adapter.

$1,299, Amazon

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Kipon IBELUX 40mm f0.85


Mirrorless users are going to have a pretty incredible lens option come next February with Kipon's upcoming IBELUX 40mm f0.85. Available for Sony NEX, Fuji X, Canon EOS M, and Micro 4/3 mounts, Kipon's lens will be the fastest piece of glass available for mirrorless cameras, an impressive low-light performer, and a well-built piece of hardware with its combination of anodized aluminum, brass for the focus mechanism, and stainless steel.

$2,080, Kipon


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Tailfeather Camera Straps


Australian leather goods brand Tailfeather releases a line of Camera Straps for both DSLR and point-and-shoot users. The line consists of the Emu Loop, a leather wrist straps for point-and-shoot cameras and the Emu 20/38, a leather shoulder strap. Both are made from top grain leather and attach to your camera's base mount with an included leather washer.

$40-$107, Tailfeather


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Ghurka Khaki Twill Camera Strap


That shiny new Leica deserves something a little better than that stock neck strap that doesn't do the camera any justice. Ghurka's camera strap is immaculate in construction with its swirling khaki twill and chestnut leather that might even look better than the camera it's attached to.

$225, Ghurka

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DSPTCH Black Camo Camera Slings


DSPTCH updates its camera sling collection just in time for the holidays with a great new Black Camo colorway. The webbing is dyed in a custom solution to achieve the unique color and comes in their Heavy Sling for DSLRs and a Standard Sling for mirrorless and compact cameras.

$44-$46, DSPTCH

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