At the X Summit annual event, FujiFilm didn’t disappoint – a new flagship camera and a few significant lenses were announced.
After some hiatus, Panasonic has finally announced a new microFourThirds Lumix camera, G9 II, and updated two telephoto zoom lenses.
Laowa 6mm F2 lens for the microFourThirds system is the widest lens available, and although not cheap, it is certainly affordable. The big question was – is it any good? Finally, the test from LensTip.com is out, now we know!
Ricoh-Pentax has announced the rumoured Pentax K-3 III Monochrome, a new version of the existing Pentax K-3 III DSLR, this time with no colour filter array on its 26-megapixel APS-C sensor.
After a few months of rumours and guesswork, the first alternative microFourThirds fast zoom lens has finally arrived – YN12–35mm F2.8–4M, as it is called by the manufacturer.
As previously rumoured, a new “stills” version of Laowa’s 6mm microFourThirds lens has been released. Now we know the price – 500 US$ plus shipping.
The rumour mill is active again, this time, it looks like a new ultra-wide lens for the microFourThirds system is coming soon – Laowa C-Dreamer 6mm F2.
In a slowed-down economy, with slowed-down lens releases, any new lens is good news. If it’s a cheap lens, it’s even better, and with an ƒ/2.8 aperture, it’s excellent news. This time, although still just a rumour, it’s all three Read More …
The first photographer to be featured in the Random Excellence series, Mériol Lehmann is a Swiss-born, Quebec-living artist, photographer, sound designer and consultant.
It is December, meaning the Shitty Camera Challenge has officially started! This edition of the Challenge revolves around the 1990s. By the rules, “your camera doesn’t need to be shitty this round, it just needs to be introduced between 1990-1999.”
Despite my bold claim, it is not as bad as it seems, at least for the end-users! Nikon Zfc is a very interesting camera, it looks gorgeous, but Nikon went just a step too far replicating retro dials from mechanical Read More …
If you are using Adobe Lightroom 5 and have recently upgraded to Windows 10 (as 25 million people did), you may have seen this dreaded message while opening Lightroom, saying it can’t open its catalogue due to an “unexpected error”.