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$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_9152913946","galleryId":"9152913946","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });We first heard about Sony's pro-level FE 400mm F2.8 GM OSS lens back in the winter. This past weekend we finally had the chance to put this impressive sports/wildlife lens to the test at a professional soccer
First Impressions: Sony FE F2.8 GM OSSWe first gazed upon Sony’s new FE 400mm F2.8 GM OSS lens at CP+ earlier this year. This past weekend I had the chance to use it in-person at a Major League Soccer match between the New York Redbulls and Dallas FC. (The shooting experience was arranged by Sony.)Paired with the Sony a9 and vertical grip, the combination easily met - and in some cases, exceeded
Click here to read my Sony 400mm f/2.8 GM Hands-On Preview We knew it was coming, and now it's finally here: say hello to the Sony FE 400mm f/2.8 G Master lens. The next member of Sony's top-tier G Master full-frame mirrorless lens family, this professional-class supertelephoto is a critical optic for the Sony FE-mount lineup when it comes to attracting an important segme
A post shared by Andrea Photographer-Explorer (@andrea_pizzini_photographer) on Feb 12, 2018 at 2:35am PSTThe gigantic Sony 400mm F2.8 GM OSS lens announced as 'in development' back in October 2017 has allegedly been spotted IRL at the 2018 Winter Olympics.A photo that claims to show the un-released lens—covered in tape to hide telltale markings, of course—was shared by the Photosthelife blog (h
Imagine hailing a ride through your ride-sharing app, and when it arrives to pick you up, there's nobody inside. Just four seats. No steering wheel, no pedals, and no human control whatsoever. Would you get inside? GM hopes that you will, and the company wants you to try it out next year with the Cruise AV...Continue Reading GM hopes to put driverless Cruise AV on roads in 2019Category: Autom
GM asks us to imagine a world without human error.The post GM to put fully autonomous ‘AV cruise’ on the road by 2019, releases first look of interior appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The Sony FE 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 GM OSS is a powerful piece of kit, despite its less-than-fast aperture. More importantly, it is sharp throughout its versatile zoom range.We've beefed up of our initial sample gallery with some additional photos of bison, bears, prong horned antelope and drift cars. These join our original samples of models, beach scenes and horseback riders. Now how's that for vers
With hurricanes and disaster relief top of mind for the US government, General Motors is this week presenting military leaders with a platform design it hopes can one day help. The multi-vehicle Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure (SURUS) uses a fuel cell powertrain and autonomous capabilities to present advantages in disaster relief operations, global conflicts and other complex lo
As battery technology continues to advance at a rapid rate, big (and traditionally conservative) automakers are starting to outline their plans for electrification. The latest is General Motors, which wants to have two new pure electric vehicles on the market within the next 18 months. ..Continue Reading GM prepares electric onslaught ahead of 2023Category: AutomotiveTags: Electric Ve
Earlier this week, we covered the news about Capture One's new Spectrum Styles Pack. The company also released the newest version of their Capture One Pro 10 software, Capture One Pro 10.2. The primary updates in 10.2 involve new camera and lens support. New cameras supported in the software include the Canon Rebel SL2 (200D), Canon 6D Mark II, Canon 77D, Canon T7i (800D), Canon M6, Leica M M


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