CP+ 2016 photos
- Canon is pretty confident in its cameras' autofocus abilities, placing fast-moving gymnasts in its booth so you can test for yourself.
- A Panasonic camera keeps up with a model train.
- Canon's new mid-range DSLR, the 80D, sits at the bottom of a pyramid of bigger models.
- Nikon's new D5 is likely to be the choice of many motorsports photographers soon. The company set up a mini racetrack for visitors to test the camera's speedy performance.
- Attendees testing Olympus cameras. The Pen F logo is so metal.
- Parasols at Panasonic.
- Amazingly, Sony brought back its spinning toy eagle this year. I expect it to be a mainstay for decades to come.
- The Nikon DL 18-50 is a really interesting compact camera with a 1-inch sensor and unprecedented 18-50mm-equivalent f/1.8-2.8 lens. Barring any major disasters it could be an incredible travel camera — there's never been a high-quality pocketable wide-angle option like this before.
- I felt bad taking this picture of Ilford quality black-and-white film with fake black-and-white film.
- Casio's Smart Outdoor Watch is out soon, and the company's splittable FR100 action camera works with it — you can use the watch as a viewfinder instead of this detachable screen.
- Pentax isn't shying away from the fact that its K-1 full-frame camera is long overdue — it's showing off the prototype it first displayed at Photokina over fifteen years ago.
- Sony's new G Master line of full-frame lenses.
- Many camera makers put models from their history on display. This is a Semi Olympus II from 1938.
- As I leave, a visitor takes a 360-degree photo of the sunset with a Ricoh Theta.