Tour Yokohama’s CP+ Expo in 30 seconds: one of the world’s largest camera shows: Digital Photography Review

We’re in Yokohama, Japan, for the CP+ Expo, the annual camera industry trade show for the latest products from Japanese manufacturers. There’s booth after booth of camera bodies, lenses, software updates and more to pursue, along with the occasional surprises and headscratchers.
For our team, this is a special time, not just to run from one company to the next to see what they have cooking but also to meet with industry insiders to learn more about where the industry is going and what they think about the future of photography. CP+ is also a time of new product launches. So far this week, we’ve seen six lens announcements, various firmware and product releases and the long-awaited release of the Fujifilm X100VI.
We wanted to give you a glimpse of what we’re seeing at the Expo in the video below. Can you spot some of the latest and greatest from the various camera, lens and accessory manufacturers?

That’s just 30 seconds of the experience of CP+; imagine spending a few days here. What should we keep an eye out for? What do you want to see from the show? Let us know in the comments below.

The Fujifilm X100VI is the sixth iteration of Fujifilm’s classically-styled large sensor compact. A 40MP X-Trans sensor, in-body stabilization and 6.2K video are among the updates.The Nikon Zf is a 24MP full-frame mirrorless camera with classic looks that brings significant improvements to Nikon’s mid-price cameras. We just shot a sample reel to get a better feel for its video features and have added our impressions to the review.This $250 electronic lens adapter is perfect for Nikon Z-mount curious Sony shooters — shhh, we won’t tell anyone.Sony updates the ZV-1, giving the vlog-centric compact camera a 18-50mm equivalent F1.8-4.0 lens that’s now wide enough for less cramped selfie mode videos.OM Digital Solutions has updated its flagship high speed camera just two years after launch. The latest version includes more memory and some performance and handling tweaks.

If you want a compact camera that produces great quality photos without the hassle of changing lenses, there are plenty of choices available for every budget. Read on to find out which portable enthusiast compacts are our favorites.What’s the best camera for travel? Good travel cameras should be small, versatile, and offer good image quality. In this buying guide we’ve rounded-up several great cameras for travel and recommended the best.’What’s the best mirrorless camera?’ We’re glad you asked.What’s the best camera for around $2000? This price point gives you access to some of the most all-round capable cameras available. Excellent image quality, powerful autofocus and great looking video are the least you can expect. We’ve picked the models that really stand out.Above $2500 cameras tend to become increasingly specialized, making it difficult to select a ‘best’ option. We case our eye over the options costing more than $2500 but less than $4000, to find the best all-rounder.

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