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What about us HDRiG is a camera accessories manufacturer. For many years, we have been designing for professionals to produce high quality camera accessories. Also as a custom factory, we have cooperated with many brands such as Camvate and have been widely recognized. If you are interested in any of our products or would like to discuss a custom order, please feel free to contact us. We are looking forward to forming successful business relationships with new clients. How about our product We have researched and manufactured photographic apparatus for years. We have our own factory. All of our products comply with international quality standards and have subject to strict quality testing procedures before being sent to customers. SO we are greatly appreciated in a variety of different markets throughout the world. If you are customizing, please send the email to sales@hdrig.com to discuss prices, quantities, details, etc. For cooperation, please send the email to admin@hdrig.com.
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5K Action Camera--GoPro HERO9 Black
5K Action Camera--GoPro HERO9 Black
Sep 22
GoPro released its new action cam-- GoPro HERO9. At present, HERO9 is the strongest version of the GoPro HERO series. The new GoPro Hero9 Black has more of that gimbal-like stabilization inside the camera. Its updated video features include HyperSmooth 3.0, which provides even more stability with in-camera horizon leveling that supports up to +/-45% tilt. The HERO9 records stunning 5K30 video and 20MP still photos using an enormous 23.6MP sensor packed into its tiny form.  It features a front-facing color display to complement its larger touch screen in the back. It has an ultra-wide detachable lens option (Max Lens Mod). If you break or smash the lens, you can choose to replace the lens instead of the whole camera. The GoPro Hero9 Black battery is physically larger, enabling an improvement in battery life of 30 percent on average, as well as more processing power and better cold weather performance. GoPro Hero9 Black continues a legacy of rugged, performance sports cameras in a familiar shape. The camera is still super durable and waterproof up to 33' without an external housing, and there are numerous accessories. The Hero9 is available now for $449, or $349 with a one-year GoPro Plus subscription, which includes unlimited cloud storage, discounts on replacement parts and mounts, and a replacement plan in case you do manage to break it. Source: GoPro
Sony Announced the Smallest Model A7C
Sony Announced the Smallest Model A7C
Sep 16
Sony has announced the smallest model in its Alpha range of full-frame mirrorless cameras--A7C. The a7C was designed with today’s generation of content creators in mind. It has a new magnesium alloy design for a more compact body. Sony a7C at a Glance: 24.2MP Full-Frame Exmor R BSI CMOS Sensor BIONZ X Image Processor UHD 4K30p Video with HLG/HDR and S-Log3/2 15 Stops of Dynamic Range 5-Axis In-Body Image Stabilization Vari-Angle Touchscreen LCD Smallest Full-Frame Camera with IBIS to Date Full-Frame Sensor Captures High-Quality Imagery The A7C measures 124.0mm x 71.1mm x 59.7mm and weighs 509g. It has a 24.2MP back-illuminated full-frame Exmor R CMOS sensor paired with a BIONZ X Image Processor and a standard ISO range of up to 51,200, and boasting 15 stops of dynamic range. It can shoot up to 10fps with autoexposure, and it’s capable of 4K/30fps or 1080p/120fps video, both at up to 100Mbps. The body has USB-C, Wi-Fi, and a vari-angle 3-inch 921,000-dot LCD. Complementing the portability of the a7C is its dust- and moisture-resistant design, so you can shoot outside without checking the forecast. The A7C is priced at $1,799 body-only, and the kit can be had for $2,099.99. Both will ship in November. Source: Sony
Panasonic Lumix S5: A Lightweight Full-frame camera
Panasonic Lumix S5: A Lightweight Full-frame camera
Sep 03
Panasonic officially released a new generation of mirrorless camera LUMIX S5 on September 2. The hybrid full-frame mirrorless camera is suited for both photo and video. The S5 with a magnesium alloy body has a net weight of only 630g, which is lighter than the S1 (899g), S1R (898g) and S1H (1,052g), and even slightly smaller than the GH5. S5 featuring a full-frame 24.2MP CMOS sensor and the standard sensitivity is ISO 100-51,200. It can be expanded to 50-204,800. It supports Dual Native ISO settings of ISO 640 and ISO 4,000. S5 is equipped with the Dual I.S.2 five-axis dual image stabilization system, which can provide up to 6.5 levels of offset compensation when used with compatible lenses. With an upgraded DFD (Depth from Defocus) autofocus system. This contrast-detection AF system quickly acquires focus in as little as 0.08 seconds. With a built-in SD memory card, it can support 4K UHD 60p / 50p 4:2:0 10-bit or 4K UHD 30p / 25p 4:2:2 10-bit recording. However, limited to a maximum recording time of 30 minutes. By the way, there is no time limit for 4K 30p/25p 8-bit internal recording. Through the firmware update at the end of this year,  it can also record 4K 60p / 50p 4:2:2 10-bit. When connected to an Atomos Ninja V, S5 supports for raw video output over HDMI, which will be available for 5.9K 30p/25p, DCI 4K 60p/50p, and Anamorphic 3.5K 50p formats. Come with a 3.0” 1.84m-dot free-angle LCD touchscreen and 2.36m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder. Equipped with microphone, headphone, micro HDMI and USB-C terminal. Equipped with dual SD memory card slots, one of which is compatible with UHS-I/II. Compatible with DMW-SHGR1 tripod shooting handle, convenient for VLOG shooting. The S5 is expected to be available at the end of September, priced at $ 1,999(body only) and there’s a $2,299 kit that comes with a Lumix S 20-60mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens. Source: Panasonic
Sony A7SIII is Finally Official
Sony A7SIII is Finally Official
Aug 11
The Sony A7SIII is Finally Official. A7SIII has a new 9.44 million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder and a fully articulating rear touchscreen which can be flipped around a full 180 degrees so you can easily compose shots from in front of the cam. The a7S III takes things a step further with a back-illuminated 12.1MP full-frame sensor that gathers more light and a BIONZ XR processor that is 8x faster than its predecessor. Using 759 points covering 92% of the sensor, photographers, and filmmakers can now quickly track all sorts of fast-moving subjects with ease. Also, Sony added its phenomenal Eye AF, for humans and animals, as well as Real-time Tracking. Record internally in 4K up to 120p in 10-bit 4:2:2 without any limits. A passive heat management structure permits 4K 60p for over an hour. The added quality of the hyper-efficient XAVC HS (HEVC) and high bit rate XAVC S-I (intraframe) codecs maintain detail and dynamic range from production through post. For better quality, the full-size HDMI port can output 16-bit raw. Sony redesigning the A7SIII’s menu system so that it’s better organized works with touch input, and easier to see multiple layers of settings. And like other A-series cameras, the A7SIII also features in-body image stabilization (up to 5.5 stops) and compatibility with Sony’s huge lineup of E-mount lenses. The camera has two unique combos CFexpress Type A/SD slots. With the launch of the a7S III comes a new media format: CFexpress Type A. With a small, SD-like size, CFexpress Type A cards offer more than double the speed of current SD cards, enabling higher bit rates, longer continuous shooting, and faster file transfer to your computer. So you can use either the newer, faster format CFexpress Type A or the classic, reliable SD. The Sony A7SIII is expected to go on sale sometime in September but now Sony gave notice it will delay because of the huge orders. Source: Sony
Canon Mirrorless Camera Revolution--The Birth of EOS R5
Canon Mirrorless Camera Revolution--The Birth of EOS R5
Jul 15
Canon has announced the EOS R5 and R6, which is the turning point in Canon’s legendary line of digital cameras. EOS R5 is the highest-end mirrorless camera designed for the professional photographer. The R5 has a 45-megapixel sensor with a native ISO range of 100-51,200. It can record uncropped 8K RAW video at 29.97 fps in 4:2:2 10-bit color, as well as uncropped 4K DCI at 59.94 fps, representing a major upgrade on the limited video capabilities of previous EOS R models. Canon says the R5 can shoot continuously at 8K for around 20 minutes at room temperature. It has a new full-frame sensor with 45MP resolutions. Aiding this sensor is the DIGIC X Image Processor, unlocking continuous shooting operates at up to 12 fps with the mechanical shutter and 20 fps with the electronic shutter. It has in-body image stabilization that Canon claims can provide up to 8 stops of correction in tandem with OIS lenses. Canon is also touting the R5’s autofocus system, with dual-pixel coverage across almost 100 percent of the AF area and 1,053 zones, plus the capability for eye-tracking with dogs, cats, and birds as well as humans. The electronic viewfinder refreshes at 120 fps with a 5.76 million dot resolution for smooth, high-res previews. There’s also a 3.2-inch 2.1-million dot vari-angle touchscreen. The R5 has two card slots, but one is reserved for the faster (and pricier) CF Express cards. EOS R6 is considerably cheaper than the R5, but lacks the high-res sensor and some of the more advanced video features. It has more or less the same design as the R5 but uses the 20.1-megapixel sensor from the 1D X Mark III, meaning its video capabilities top out at 4K/60 or 1080p/120. The viewfinder resolution drops to a still-solid 3.69 million dots, while the touchscreen is slightly smaller and lower-res at 3 inches and 1.62 million dots. The R5 is expected to be available at the end of July, priced at $ 3,800(body only) and there’s a $4,999 kit option that comes with a 24-105mm f/4L lens. The R6, meanwhile, will ship toward the end of August, body only $2,499. It also has a $3,599 kit option that includes a 24-105mm f/4L lens or a $2,899 kit with a 24-105mm f/4-7.1 lens. Source: Canon
Japan's Olympus Announced  to End Its Camera Making History
Japan's Olympus Announced to End Its Camera Making History
Jun 26
Japan’s Olympus on June 24 announced the decision to end its 84-year history of making camera by selling off the camera division. The photo imaging giant has been struggling for years as consumers shift increasingly to sophisticated smartphone cameras for their needs of capturing images "Despite all such efforts, Olympus's Imaging business recorded operating losses for three consecutive fiscal years up to the term ended in March 2020," the company said, adding that it has signed a memo of understanding to transfer the camera division to investment fund Japan Industrial Partners. The sale is expected to be completed by the end of September. The following is part of the announcement: Olympus Corporation ("Olympus") and Japan Industrial Partners, Inc. ("JIP") hereby announce that, today, the parties signed a memorandum of understanding to carveout Olympus’s Imaging business to a new company (“NewCo”) and subsequently transfer its shares to a fund managed, operated or otherwise handled by JIP (the "Transaction"). After the due diligence and further discussions and negotiations, the parties are aiming to sign a legallybinding definitive agreement for the Transaction (the "Definitive Agreement") by September 30, 2020. We will promptly make further announcement if any matters relating to the Transaction that needs further announcement occur. Olympus has implemented measures to cope with the extremely severe digital camera market, due to, amongst others, rapid market shrink caused by the evolution of smartphones; Olympus has improved the cost structure by restructuring the manufacturing bases and focusing on high-value-added interchangeable lenses, aiming to rectify the earning structure to those that may continue generating profit even as sales dwindles. Despite all such efforts, Olympus’s Imaging business recorded operating losses for 3 consecutive fiscal years up to the term ended in March 2020. Under such circumstances, Olympus considers that, by carving-out the Imaging business and by operating the business with JIP, the Imaging business’s corporate structure may become more compact, efficient and agile and it is the most appropriate way to realize its self-sustainable and continuous growth and to bring values to the users of our products as well as our employees working in the Imaging business. Olympus therefore has decided to sign the memorandum of understanding for the Transaction. Although this is a pitiful decision, today, with the rapid development of smartphones, the competition between cameras and smartphones will become increasingly fierce. But in any case, HDRiG will continue to provide professional camera accessories for those who love cameras and photography around the world. Whether it is camera cage accessories or shoulder rig kit, we are always here.
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