What We Know About the Leaked DJI Mavic 2 Line So Far

The DJI Mavic 2 launch event set for July 18th was postponed indefinitely, but recent leaks have brought us some pretty pertinent info anyway.

Excited fans who were looking forward to the July 18th launch of the DJI Mavic 2 may still find some useful information from recent leaks of the upcoming drone. In early July, Photo Rumors reported a leaked picture plus a video about the new Mavic 2 from Drone DJ. They followed it up these past couple of days with more leaks; a new product catalog showing the Mavic 2 ahead of the launch, and a high-res copy of what is most likely an official image.

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Samsung’s Next Mirrorless Could be a 20MP NX Mini in Barbie Pink

NXF1Samsung might be cooking up a new, smaller mirrorless camera called the NX mini. NX Rumors spotted a leaked image of the camera in Barbie pink along with a Powerpoint presentation detailing the specs. From what we can gather it seems the Samsung NX mini will target smaller mirrorless camera users with a body measuring less than 35mm thin. The future camera also seems to feature a flip up 3” screen that can bend forward a full 180-degrees.

According to the leaked presentation, the Samsung NX mini will feature a 20MP back-illuminated CMOS with a DRIMe 4 processor and will save images onto a microSD card. In terms of shooting capabilities it will be able to take an exposure as fast as 1/16000 second, sit between ISO 160-12800, record 1080p video at 30fps, and fire up to 22fps in  continuous shooting mode. The leaked presentation also revealed two potential bundled lenses including a 9mm pancake lens and a 9-27mm zoom lens.

Samsung has recently been stepping up their camera game with the Samsung NX30 and Samsung Galaxy Camera 2, so we would put it past Samsung to make a mini version of the NX. Mirrorless Rumors posits we could see an official announcement in less than a month. Stay tuned until and check out some more images of the Samsung NX mini after the break.

Via Mirrorless Rumors

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Leaked Photos Show the Fujifilm X-T1 in all its Glory with New Specs

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Images courtesy of Fujifilm Rumors

Like clockwork, the Fujifilm X-T1 has been leaked ahead of its January 28th reveal. Fujifilm Rumors got ahold of some images showing off more of the shooter just teased yesterday. In the pictures we get a better look at the dials, which are numerous but not as many as the Nikon Df, and the larger 2.36 million-dot OLED EVF with 0.77x magnification. And finally there is something that many users have been waiting for: an ISO dial. Interestingly as well, there seems to be a 1/180 flash sync, unless it’s actually 1/200th and you’ll need to find tune the shutter speed otherwise.

Along with the new images the leak outed the camera will have a magnesium body, maximum ISO of 51,200, dual SD card slots, and built-in Wi-Fi. In a couple of world setting records Fujifilm Rumors claims the X-T1 has the fastest shutter lag at 0.005s and the quickest 0.08s AF speed. The X-T1 is also slated to come with either a 18-55 or 18-135mm lens according to early reports, we’ll see the real camera in just a week, so keep your eyes tuned to The Phoblographer until then.

Check out more leaked images after the break.

Via PetaPixel

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The Fujifilm X-A1 Was Leaked Again, This Time Looks Official

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There were rumors abound of the X-A1 before, and now it seems to be super official. Photo rumors has apparently received official product photos and a press release via leaks. According to that, it is another 16MP APS-C sensor interchangeable lens camera, lightweight, has a vari-angle LCD screen, ISOs up to 25,600, and will come in black, blue or red. Plus, there is a really short shutter lag–which most folks stepping up to cameras like this probably won’t understand.

We’ve got no official word on the camera yet, but if it indeed is coming this means that Fujifilm is really trying hard to grab the entry level crowd.