Hasselblad's Lunar mirrorless camera will have out-of-this-world $6,500 price tag
High-end camera maker Hasselblad has just revealed the first of its products that is a sign of things to come. The Lunar is the first camera that is based on an existing Sony shooter, in this case the mirrorless NEX-7. Both share many technical specs, including the 24.3-megapxiel APS-C sensor, Bionz processor, and a three-inch swiveling rear display.
Sony intros NEX-F3 with upgraded specs
Following a series of leaks, Sony has made the NEX-F3 official. As with the NEX-7 the NEX-F3 includes an in-built pop-up flash, while retaining the option to attach a professional quality flash. In a first for the NEX line, it includes a 180-swivel LCD display allowing for easy self-portrait taking.
Zeiss lens also spotted
Sony has confirmed that its NEX-7 kits will finally begin to ship near the end of February. The company already offers the camera body, which arrived last month, however the 18-55mm kit lens faced delays due to the devastating flooding that halted production in many Thailand-based facilities.
Sony begins shipping NEX-7 after Thai floods
Sony has issued a statement that it will begin shipping the NEX-7 in limited numbers this month. Flooding in Thailand had forced the company to shut down production lines and delay the launch of its new flagship mirror less camera. Sony’s announcement that it will ship the device to customers who pre-ordered it before the end of the year confirms reports that it had resumed production in mid-November.