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ZEISS Milvus 1.4/25 for DSLR filming

ZEISS Milvus 1.4/25 for DSLR filming

The ZEISS Milvus 1.4/25 is the latest focal length to be added to ZEISS’s largest range of lenses for full-frame single-lens reflex cameras. The wide…

Yongnuo YN686EX-RT, a lithium-ion flash for Canon

Yongnuo YN686EX-RT, a lithium-ion flash for Canon

The Yongnuo  YN686EX-RT flash is compatible with Canon’s RT- series of flashes, but contrary to Canon’s units uses a lithium-ion battery said to be faster and…

Nikon’s D850 in development with 8K time-lapse

Nikon’s D850 in development with 8K time-lapse

Successor to the D810, which has been highly praised by its users, the D850 is engineered with a range of new features that are a direct result of feedback from…

Tamron 18-400mm: the all-in-one zoom

Tamron 18-400mm: the all-in-one zoom

Designed for APS-C DSLRs, this 18-400mm zoom becomes a 640mm on a Canon APS-C body and offers something unique: close focus at 0.45 m, and a…

Nikon celebrates 100 years with commemorative models

Nikon celebrates 100 years with commemorative models

Established in 1917, Nikon celebrates this year one century of activity, while preparing the company for the next 100 years. Commemorative models and other surprises are expected throughout the year…

DSLRs are still alive, DSLTs may be dead

DSLRs are still alive, DSLTs may be dead

Introduced in 2006 to solve a problem DSLRs had at the time, the Single-Lens Translucent family of cameras, from Sony, may have had its last moment with the Alpha…

Irix 11mm: designed for DSLR cameras

Irix 11mm: designed for DSLR cameras

Irix introduced in 2016 its 15mm f/2.4. Now a new wide-angle with the same characteristics and design expands the Irix lines of lenses, Blackstone and Firefly. One…

Nikon Cancels DL Series Premium Compact Cameras

Nikon Cancels DL Series Premium Compact Cameras

Nikon has announced the cancellation of the DL series premium compact cameras that were set to launch in June of last year, while also announcing “extraordinary losses” and the voluntary…

Nikon acquires MRMC

Nikon acquires MRMC

Nikon believes the acquisition of MRMC  will lead its further expansion into new fields of imaging product solutions. The acquisition seems to be the  logical step  for two companies that…

The triumph of the SLR shape

The triumph of the SLR shape

It’s ironic that the shape so many said was outdated is the one that prevails, after different camera makers have tried to create different moulds for their models. Initially…

Three new Zeiss Milvus lenses for IBC 2016

Three new Zeiss Milvus lenses for IBC 2016

The Zeiss Milvus lens family with manual focusing for DSLR cameras is now also available with focal lengths of 15, 18 and 135 millimeters. The lenses fulfill the most modern…

Cooke to offer interchangeable mounts for miniS4/i lenses

Cooke to offer interchangeable mounts for miniS4/i lenses

Cooke Optics has announced that they will soon offer multiple mounts for the miniS4/i cinema primes. Mounts will include Canon EF, Nikon F, Sony E and MFT (Panasonic, Blackmagic…

A profile for the DJI Osmo camera

A profile for the DJI Osmo camera

With the camera profile for the X3 camera from DJI, FilmConvert extends to 40 the camera profiles available on their website, for models from different brands. FilmConvert launched recently a…

Fujifilm X-T2 gets F-Log,  Lightroom Mobile gets RAW

Fujifilm X-T2 gets F-Log, Lightroom Mobile gets RAW

Able to capture 4K video without heating problems, the Fujifilm X-T2 is one of the most popular cameras of the moment in the same week Samyang announces a new…

Phottix Odin II for Sony finally available

Phottix Odin II for Sony finally available

Sony cameras have always been the last of the trio  – Canon, Nikon and Sony  – to get products from Phottix, so the fact that the Odin II TTL Flash…