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More than two months after first showing it off at Photokina 2018, Sigma has announced its 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Sport lens will be available by the end of December 2018.The lens, which rounds out the signature F2.8 trio alongside Sigma's 14-24mm F2.8 and 24-70mm F2.8, will be available in Canon EF, Nikon F and Sigma SA mounts. It's constructed of 22 elements including one Special Low Dispersio
Chinese lens company Kipon has released five lenses for the new mirrorless Nikon Z and Canon R lens mounts. These are among the first third-party lenses to be announced for the new full-frame mirrorless camera systems. The lenses have already been made available on Amazon for other mounts, including Sony mirrorless cameras. The lenses are from Kipon’s Elegant series and are all prime lens
Zhong Yi Optics has launched the Mitakon Speedmaster 65mm F1.4 for Fujifilm GFX cameras. This announcement makes Zhong Yi Optics the first third-party manufacturer to develop a lens for Fujifilm's G mount and gives them the claim — for the time being — of having the fastest standard lens designed specifically for GFX medium format mirrorless camera systems.The lens provides a 46-degree angle of v
Our Firmware Friday roundup this week is a fairly short affair, with news only for users of Fujifilm and Sigma products. (If you're not amongst that group, might we suggest checking our recent Tamron 17-35mm f/2.8-4 and Nikon 500mm f/5.6 lens field tests instead?) For those of you who're still with us, let's move along and see what's new! Fujifilm GFX 50S, X-T100, XF10 and sof
Product photo provided by SamyangThird-party lens manufacturer Samyang has discreetly announced its new XP 35mm F1.2 manual focus lens for Canon EF mount cameras.The XP 35mm F1.2 lens joins Samyang's XP 14mm F2.4, XP 50mm F1.2 and XP 85mm F1.2 lenses to round out its 'XPert' lens lineup.Samyang claims it's built with 50 megapixel photos and 8K video in mind. It's constructed of 12 elements in 10
the ONDU camera project puts pinhole photography back into focus. The post a wooden camera with no lens, no mirror and no batteries appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
For some time now, my favourite portrait lens has been the Sigma 85mm f/1.4 art. This lens, as many of you may know, is simply incredible when it comes to performance. Even the price of this lens isn’t unreasonable when you compare it to some alternatives currently available. As I started to shoot more portraits with my Sony cameras, I bought the Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8. This lens is also a fantas
In an interview with French photography blog Mizuwari, Nicolas Gillet, director of marketing and communication for Nikon France, revealed a number of interesting tidbits regarding Nikon's new Z-mount and the new opportunities it affords Nikon's optical engineers.According to Gillet in the transcribed interview, Nikon optical engineers have calculated that the Nikon Z-mount is theoretically capabl
An eBay listing is offering what the seller calls the 'rarest prototype lens on Earth,' a Canon 45-200mm F2.8 (C35) prototype lens. According to the listing, the lens was produced in Japan in 1959 and only "four or five" units were given to professionals for testing. Canon ultimately decided not to launch the lens commercially, possibly due to its heavy weight (approx. 3kg / 6.6lbs) and expensive
Leica has announced the D-Lux 7, the latest iteration of its compact camera that's effectively a Panasonic Lumix DC-LX100 II wrapped up in a prettier frame just in time for the holiday season.The D-Lux 7 uses a 17 megapixel Four Thirds MOS sensor. The D-Lux 7 captures up to 7 fps in burst, features a maximum sensitivity of ISO 25,600 and features a 4K Photo capture mode and 'post focus' mode, the


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