Category Archives: Epson

Support for all Epson cameras will end on March 31, 2024

Epson R-D1s digital rangefinder camera

Support for all Epson cameras will end on March 31, 2024 – here is the full list of impacted models:

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Here is the Epson R-D1s digital rangefinder camera successor that was never released

At a recent company event in Japan, related to the recently found thirty brand new R-D1s digital rangefinder cameras, Epson revealed for the first time to the public their original design for an R-D1s camera replacement that was never officially announced (the rendering also include a new zoom lens):

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Epson announces mass production of the EVF found in the Leica SL Typ 601 mirrorless camera

DC.Watch speculates that the EVF inside the new Leica SL Typ 601 mirrorless camera is made by Epson. This EVF is the best I have ever seen so far (see our Leica SL review) – the current EVFs used by Sony and Fuji are not even close. The good news is that Epson is now starting […]

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Focus on Imaging 2012

Here are some images from the ongoing Focus on Imaging 2012 show in Birmingham, UK sent by readers (click here for the Nikon booth):      

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Epson sees a possibility for a new R-D1 digital rangefinder

In an interview with AP, Rob Clark (executive director of Epson Europe Marketing Division) stated that Epson is working on various new digital camera technologies that could bring a new version of the R-D1. The exact quote was: “whether we come out with another version of the R-D1 is a possibility”. The Epson R-D1 was the world’s first […]

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Epson’s new 0.52” QHD Liquid Crystal Panel for EVFs

Epson develops 0.52-inch QHD HTPS TFT Color Liquid Crystal Panel for Electronic Viewfinders. Measuring just 0.52 of an inch diagonally, the new panel offers QHD (960 x 540) resolution in red, green and blue for a total of 1.56 megapixels. The viewfinder is targeted for broadcast and industrial camcorders for professionals. This product could be […]

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