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Samyang, which is also sold under the brand name Rokinon, has released updated versions of two of its best-selling lenses: the MF 14mm F2.8 MK2 and the MF 85mm F1.4 MK2.The updated manual focus lenses feature the same optical designs as their respective predecessors but add new features to provide a more seamless and robust user experience. In particular, both lenses now have weather-sealing, an
Apple has announced its new 13-inch MacBook Pro, bringing modest performances improvements and one physical improvement that should make keyboard warriors around the world much happier.We’ll get to the specs in a minute, but first the most important update—the keyboard. Apple has eschewed its troubled ‘butterfly’ keyboard for its Magic Keyboard with this new 13-inch MacBook Pro. For nearly five y
Swiss company I'm Back has returned to Kickstarter with another digital back product, this one following the previous models it sought crowdfunding for in 2016, 2017 and 2018. The new I'm Back 35 will be, according to the company, the only digital back product that can be paired with 'almost all the most famous analog cameras.' The I'm Back 35 will feature manual and automatic recording modes, im
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_4841377113","galleryId":"4841377113","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });The Fujifilm X100V is a camera designed to tag along on adventures large and small. We brought it along on plenty of excursions during the course of testing – back when we were able to do that sort of thing –
ProGrade Digital has announced the release of the PG04 and PG05.5, a pair of memory card readers designed to make the most of their respective compatible media formats.First up is the PG04, a single-slot Thunderbolt 3 reader for CFexpress Type B and XQD cards that offers max transfer speeds up to 40Gb/s (5GB/s). The PG04 comes with a Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 3 cable as well as ProGrade’s pate
Nikon's release of firmware 3.0 for its Z6 and Z7 cameras is significant. Not just for the changes it brings, but the significance of those changes in the context of the company's history. Like Canon, Nikon has historically brought DSLR cameras to market that you could be sure would work exactly the same in ten years as the day you bought it. There simply wasn't any expectation that you would gai
Tokina, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary and had planned to reveal this information at CP+, has announced its latest 2020 lens development roadmap, showing a number of new lenses it plans to release in 2020 for DSLR and mirrorless cameras.The announcement, seen above, is split into four different sections, based on the lens mounts the forthcoming lenses are destined for. First up is the
We've updated our 'best bargains' buying guide, which features both newer cameras that we think are great values, as well a few older models that are inexpensive yet still very capable.
Click here to see our Fuji X100V First Shots At last! The refreshed and updated X100F sucessor has arrived. The Fuji X100V -- the fifth generation X100-series model -- has finally hit the scene and gains a number of updates and upgrades, both physical and under-the-hood. LIke the X-T3, X-T30 and X-Pro3, the new Fujifilm X100V gains the newer, slightly-higher-res 26MP APS-C X-Tran
The Photographer's Ephemeris (TPE), a mobile app that enables photographers to plan outdoor shots based on natural lighting conditions, has been updated with support for 'what3words' location tagging. With this system, photographers can tag a 3m x 3m (approx. 10ft x 10ft) area that is assigned three words by the what3words system.The idea behind what3words is that it is easier to use than typical


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