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Lensrentals.com, 2018It's been less than two weeks since the Canon EOS R started shipping and already Roger Cicala, founder of Lens Rentals, has taken one apart in incredible detail to see what's inside.Per his usual routine for gear teardowns, Cicala makes notes of various features and components found inside the camera along the way.Lensrentals.com, 2018The EOS R teardown started with the remov
For Canon fans in particular, the announcement of the new full-frame mirrorless camera, the Canon EOS R, was met with a lot of excitement. For Roger Cicala at Lensrentals, he was interested in taking a Canon EOS R camera apart. For those of us who like to see how cameras are designed and what sort of technology lay hidden underneath the plastic and metal, the teardowns performed by the Lensrental
Click here to read my Nikon Z7 Field Test Part I After many teasers and hints, Nikon finally took the wraps off their brand-new full-frame mirrorless camera system back in August. The announcement comprised of two cameras with identical bodies, the Z7 and the Z6, alongside a handful of native lenses. The Nikon Z7 is the first to release, having hit store shelves a couple of weeks
Our brand new Nikon Z7 full frame mirrorless camera arrived at the office this week, and we immediately got down to business. Four years ago, Sony fired the first shot of this battle with the A7 and continued to release one iteration after another, each improving on the last, and did so completely unanswered by the competition until August 23rd of this year when Nikon announced the Z7 and the Z6.
Hands-on with the Tokina Opera 50mm F1.4We first saw a prototype of Tokina's new 50mm F1.4 Opera lens at the CP+ show in Japan earlier this year. After waiting all summer, we finally gotten hands-on time with a working model at this year's Photokina in Germany. The Opera series is Tokina's high-end lens lineup – the equivalent to Sigma's Art line – and the 50mm F1.4 is the first lens in the serie
it has a full-frame 37.4-megapixel sensor and a fixed 35mm f/2.0 T* lens, putting it into exclusive company with sony's RX1 and the leica Q. The post zeiss built adobe lightroom CC into its full-frame ZX1 camera appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Zeiss has announced the ZX1, a new full-frame compact camera with a fixed 35mm f/2 lens. It’s the first-ever full-frame camera by Zeiss.Inside the camera is a 37.4-megapixel full-frame sensor with an ISO range of 80-51200 that was developed in-house by Zeiss.On the front of the camera is a new Zeiss Distagon 35mm f/2 T* autofocus lens that was developed to perfectly compliment the new senso
After teasing a new camera earlier this month, Zeiss has taken the wraps off the ZX1, which is perhaps an even more distinct camera than anyone would have guessed. The ZX1 includes a 37.4-megapixel full-frame sensor, developed by Zeiss, paired with a built-in and fixed 35mm f/2.0 lens. That alone makes for an interesting camera, but the ZX1 also includes a massive 4.3-inch multitouch display, alu
Click here to read my Canon EOS R Field Test Earlier this month, Canon unveiled the Canon EOS R, which is the first camera in a new full-frame mirrorless system, complete with a new lens mount and a quartet of exciting new RF lenses. For my Field Test, I spent time with the EOS R and two of the new lenses, the RF 24-70mm f/4 L IS USM, which is the new kit lens, and the RF 50mm f/
In the last few weeks, both Canon and Nikon have joined Sony and Leica at the full-frame mirrorless camera party. Now Panasonic has jumped into the fray with the Lumix S series, tapping Leica for some lens mount help along the way... Continue Reading Panasonic throws its hat in full-frame mirrorless camera ring Category: Digital Cameras Tags: Mirrorless Cameras Panaso


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