A trifecta of affordable and portable full-frame primes for Sony E-mount cameras has finally been completed, with today's release of the FE 35mm f/1.8 Lens. Seemingly simple, this wide-angle lens offers something to photographers of all skill levels.
There is, perhaps, no lens more commonly found in a professional's bag than the 24-70mm f/2.8. Now, Nikon is launching the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S Lens to satisfy the manufacturer's full-frame mirrorless shooters.
Sony’s newly announced 24.2-megapixel a6400 APS-C mirrorless camera may not be targeted at pros photographers and filmmakers, but it’s capturing the attention of many, particularly vloggers and others who want to shoot lots of video.
PetaPixel recently published an open letter from photographer Usman Dawood entitled: “Dear Camera Companies: Please Make a Fast Lens Between 50mm and 85m.” Today, I am asking for the pretty much the opposite: slower, lighter prime lenses.
The company developing not one but two full-frame mirrorless cameras, plus new lenses and a new service and support program
Nikon full-frame no-reverse will be officially released around August 23 According to Sydney Kangxin No., it will be named Z6 (24 million pixels) and Z7 (45 million pixels).