The product photos for the upcoming Sony ZV-1, expected to be announced in just five days, have been leaked online by, not surprisingly, Nokishita. The new images don’t many new clues as to the camera’s capabilities, although they do offer a great view of the overall layout and the sparse button count.
The first images of the upcoming Sony ZV-1 have leaked, courtesy of Sony Alpha Rumours, and they show an interesting looking camera that would suggest that Sony is finally starting to wake up the massive vlogging market.
Sure, Sony has had a go in the past with strange handle contraptions and finally adding a microphone socket to last year’s RX100 VII. But finally having a flippy out LCD should make life much easier. Oh, and it also has a hotshoe for your top-mounted microphone.
Tamron hasn’t announced its upcoming 70-180mm f/2.8 Di III VXD lens yet, however product photographs of the new lens have leaked online. As is often the case these days, the images have been released by Nokishita by way of Twitter. There are no official specs yet, other than the obvious ones – the focal length range and maximum aperture, but here’s what the new lens looks like.
It’s been a little while since we’ve seen anything really new and cool from DJI. Ok, sure, there was the DJI Mavic Mini, but that was back in October. Now, though, it looks like we might be getting close to a Mavic Air 2 announcement.
Photos purporting to be of an upcoming DJI Mavic Air 2 have leaked over on Drone DJ. The original DJI Mavic Air was released two years ago, and while pretty amazing for 2018, it’s coming up time for a bit of a refresh.
Nokishita’s on a roll today. After previously leaking the entire spec sheet for the upcoming Fujifilm X-T4, they’ve now also leaked all of the product photos for the new camera via Twitter. From the images, it looks it’ll become available in both the standard black as well as black and silver variants.
The first photo of the upcoming Canon EOS R5 in the wild has been posted by Newswitch, with the Canon RF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS USM lens attached. As you can see, it looks very similar in design to the EOS R, although perhaps a little bigger. No more specs have been released yet, although Newswitch reports that the camera ist o be released “as soon as possible”, and should start shipping before the Tokyo Olympics begin in July.
Man, Fuji rumour mill has been going nuts over the last couple of days with Fujifilm X-T4 leaks. I’ve been trying to wrap my head around them all to see how things are shaping up, and which leaks and rumours seem to be the most reliable and thought I’d try to compile them here in one place.
Bear in mind, though, these are leaks and rumours. Until we hear an official announcement from Fuji, there are no guarantees.
A little while back, Laowa (A.K.A. Venus optics) announced a very exciting new 9mm f/5.6 full-frame lens. (Laowa already has a 9mm 2.8 lens for crop sensors, but this lens is for full-frame and lower aperture).
One of the exciting features of this lens is that it is a Rectilinear, low distortion lens and does not create any fish-eye distortion. It is not as distortion-free as Laowa’s Zero-D, but still has very (very!) low distortion for a 9mm lens.
We managed to get our hands on a few sample photos for the lens made with various cameras, click on each image for larger resolution.
It looks like the previous rumours about the impending Canon 24-105mm IS STM RF lens were a little optimistic. Initially, it was believed that this would be a pretty standard f/3.5-5.6 lens, like its EF mount counterpart, but it seems that it’s actually a horrendously slow f/4-7.1, according to a new specs leak by Nokishita.
As well as photos of the soon-to-be-announced EOS 850D/T8i, Nokishita has also put out some photos of the upcoming Canon RF mount 24-105mm f/184.108.40.206 IS STM for the EOS R mirrorless camera range. And, no, that’s not the rumoured EOS R5 or EOS R6 it’s attached to in the photo above. just the Canon EOS RP.
Canon already has an RF Mount 24-105mm f/4L, but this one will be a new “kit zoom” at a significantly lower price point than the $1,100 constant f/4 aperture L lens. It’ll still probably be around $600, though.