The Nikon Z5 was recently announced, and it seems like a pretty impressive entry-level mirrorless camera. If you’d like to get one, you can also use the chance and get rid of your old camera. Nikon is now offering a deal that lets you trade in any working camera for a brand new Z5.
Olympus has now officially announced the leaked-a-little-early-by-Amazon-Canada, Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV. It’s their fourth generation of Olympus’ entry-level OM-D E-M10 mirrorless camera and comes with a new 20-megapixel sensor, TruePic VII processor and a new focus on shooting selfies.
The OM-D E-M10 Mark IV comes equipped with a flip-down LCD with on-screen controls to help making selfie-shooting easier. Although, they they’d do this with a flip-down LCD when you’re typically going to be having it on a mini tripod or something that obscures the view vs a flippy-out LCD I’ve no idea.
Ansel Adams is, without a doubt, one of the greatest and most influential American landscape photographers. In his latest video, Martin Kaninsky looks at not only Ansel’s work, but his life and what influenced his work to become as recognizable and influential as it was. If you’re a fan of this great photographer’s work, I’m sure you’ll love this video and the presentation.
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm f/5-6.3 IS is a newly announced lens from Olympus. If you’re looking for a super-zoom lens for, say, wildlife or sports, looks like this one could be the right choice. Since it’s compatible with Olympus’ 1.4x and 2x teleconverters, you can get up to 1600mm equivalent focal length with this lens.
After the initially leaked image and specs, Tamron has now officially announced the new zoom lens for Sony E-mount. The Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD is in the works, but it looks like we won’t have it in our hands for a while longer, as the company has only announced the development of the lens for now.
We’re only two days from an official announcement now from Sigma about their new 85mm f/1.4 DC DN Art series lens for L and E mount. As expected, though, the images of the new lens have leaked a little early, courtesy of serial leakers, Nokishita.
Four photos of the new lens have leaked, and it looks a lot like Sigma’s 105mm f/1.4 Art for DSLRs, but shorter and with an aperture ring. There’s no sign of a tripod collar for this one, though.
Canon’s cloud platform image.canon has been down since 30 June and no one knew why. But Canon has now spoken up and revealed that there has been a data loss on the platform. Some of the users’ photos and videos uploaded before 16 June have been lost, and it looks like they still haven’t been retrieved.
Many of us have considered turning our artistic passion into a profession. Many of you may still be having second thoughts about it. If this is the case, then this video from Sean Tucker is a must-watch. In this very inspiring and honest video, Sean tells you why you should, but also why you shouldn’t, turn your photography into your career.
Last Thursday, rumours of a new Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DG DN Art series lens designed specifically for Sony and L mount mirrorless cameras was leaked, with an announcement expected for this week. Now, the first real-world image of the new lens has also leaked, courtesy of Sony Alpha Rumors, and boy, is it tiny!
Image stabilisation is always a hot topic when it comes to cameras. Every time a new camera comes out, people are concerned about how many stops of compensation it can provide, or if it even has built-in stabilisation at all. But how does it all work?
Dave Etchells of Imaging Resource wanted to take a deep dive into the topic of stabilisation and how it works, so he went to visit Olympus in Japan to find out how they implement IBIS. Despite the fact that the video is being published just now, the visit took place in October last year.