The following video presents Nikon Z 7 | Light and Shadow: behind the scenes with Tamara Merino: “Superior dynamic range, silent mode and EVF. Find out what else documentary photographer Tamara Merino loves about the full-frame mirrorless Nikon Z 7 as she conquers both light and shadows.“
Sigma recently announced a new firmware update for the following SIGMA’s interchangeable lenses for NIKON F mount:
The following video presents Canon EOS R System: Introducing the EOS R Camera: “Canon Technical Advisor Rudy Winston introduces the Canon EOS R camera, its basic features and control layout, and the types of photography it’s well suited to.“
The following video presents SIGMA 500mm F4 DG OS HSM Sports:
Canon EOS R
This firmware improves the phenomena particular to some lenses when they are used in combination with the Canon EOS R Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera and their Mount Adapter EF-EOS R or Control Ring Mount Adapter EF-EOS R.
Canon Mount Adapters
Firmware update for SIGMA’s interchangeable lenses for CANON EF mount
The following video presents [NEW] Introducing LUMIX FZ1000 II: “The High-Performance, Versatile Bridge Camera LUMIX FZ1000 II with 1-inch Large High Sensitivity MOS Sensor and 16x Optical Zoom* Featuring 4K PHOTO and 4K Video Recording
*35mm camera equivalent: 25-400mm“
Panasonic Canada has announced the LUMIX FZ1000 II, with 20.1MP resolution (on a 1-inch sensor), a 25mm ultra-wide angle for wide landscapes and a 16x telephoto reach. The FZ1000 II features a 5-axis hybrid optical image stabilization, a 3.0-inch 1,240k-dot free-angle rear monitor and shoots 4K video.
Major features of the LUMIX FZ100 II:
25mm ultra wide-angle LEICA DC VARIO-ELMARIT lens with 16x optical zoom
1-inch 20.1-megapixel high sensitivity MOS sensor and Venus Engine
4K capability that brings an evolution in videography and photography
High-speed response and stunning mobility
Intuitive control by OLED LVF, new touch-control rear monitor and optimum design
Panasonic LUMIX FZ1000 II
PANASONIC CANADA ANNOUNCES NEW HIGH-PERFORMANCE HYBRID BRIDGE CAMERA, THE LUMIX FZ1000 II
New FZ series camera features 4K video and photo capturing, 1-inch large high sensitivity MOS sensor and 16x optical zoom
MISSISSAUGA, ON (February 18, 2019) – Panasonic is proud to introduce the new hybrid bridge camera LUMIX FZ1000 II that boasts a 1-inch large High Sensitivity MOS Sensor and 4K PHOTO and 4K video recording capability as the latest member of the popular high-zoom FZ series.
The following video presents [NEW] Introducing LUMIX TZ95/TZ96/ZS80: “The Pocket-sized Travel Zoom Camera LUMIX TZ95/TZ96/ZS80 with LVF Featuring Powerful 30x Optical Zoom and 4K Video/ 4K PHOTO Capability
*35mm camera equivalent: 24-720mm
-Product name (TZ95/TZ96/ZS80) varies depending on the sales area.
-More information on TZ95/TZ96/ZS80 is/will be available at Panasonic regional websites.“
Panasonic Canada has announced the LUMIX ZS80, a pocketable compact Travel Zoom with 20.3MP resolution (on a 1/2.3-in sensor), a 24mm ultra-wide angle for wide landscapes and a 30x telephoto reach. The lens is optically stabilized. The ZS80 shoots 4K video, features Time Lapse and Stop Motion Animation, panorama selfies, Creative Panorama and Filter Effects.
Major features of the Panasonic LUMIX ZS80:
Panasonic LUMIX ZS80
24mm ultra-wide angle and 30x telephoto LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR lens in a compact body
1/2.3-inch MOS sensor with 20.3-megapixel high resolution
High-resolution 4K video, photo and Full-HD format with practical full-time AF
Dynamic selfie options and creative imaging options
PANASONIC CANADA INTRODUCES THE LUMIX ZS80, A NEW POCKET-SIZED TRAVEL ZOOM CAMERA
New travel camera features Live View Finder, powerful 30x optical zoom and 4K video and photo capability
MISSISSAUGA, ON (February 18, 2019) – Panasonic is introducing the LUMIX ZS80 as a new model in the popular Travel Zoom Series. The LUMIX ZS80 boasts a 30x optical zoom and Live View Finder (LVF) packed in a pocket-sized body while enabling 4K video and photo shooting. Made for travelers, the tiltable rear monitor lets users enjoy a variety of selfie shots including 4K selfies and panorama selfies, among many other unique features to ensure the perfect shot, no matter where you are in the world.
The following video presents Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S First Impressions “The NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S is here. Versatile. Lightweight. Tack sharp – An indispensable lens that marks the sweet spot of performance, precision and optical superiority. Get to know our new fast-aperture zoom lens“
NIKON UNVEILS THE NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S, A BELOVED ZOOM LENS REBORN FOR THE Z SERIES
The NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S Implements the Latest Nikon Optical Technologies to Reinvent One of Nikon’s Most Coveted Zoom Lenses for the Full-Frame Mirrorless Z System
NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S: Image Courtesy of Nikon
MISSISSAUGA, ON, February 13, 2019 – Today, Nikon Canada Inc. announced the NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S, a much-anticipated fast-aperture zoom lens that’s ideal for professional and advanced photographers who capture portraits, landscapes, weddings and events, as well as content creators who shoot video using Nikon’s revolutionary new Z Mount System. Designed to take full advantage of the wider, brighter and faster Z Mount, this new S-Line lens delivers stunning sharpness all the way to the corners of the frame, even when used at its maximum aperture.
NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S: Image Courtesy of Nikon
The 24-70mm f/2.8 S is the first NIKKOR lens to use the all new Nikon-designed ARNEO coat, which is used in conjunction with Nikon’s Nano Crystal Coat to significantly minimize flare and ghosting. The lens also includes Nikon’s new Multi-Focus System to help ensure fast and accurate autofocus even when shooting close-up subjects. Additionally, the 24-70mm f/2.8 S is the first NIKKOR Z lens to feature a dedicated manual focus ring independent of the customizable control ring, a Function (L-Fn) button, and an Organic EL Lens Information Panel for quick reference of key settings such as focus distance, depth-of-field, aperture and focal length.
Canon execs got the memo: their current Canon DSLR owners want mirrorless and so, from the last major DSLR company that just a few months ago seemed to be still hedging their bets on mirrorless, come an entry-level, full-frame mirrorless camera — the EOS RP — “designed for photographers looking to step up from Canon’s APS-C [DSLR] cameras: the EOS Rebel, EOS M and the EOS 80D, into the world of full-frame mirrorless photography.”
In the words of Kazuto Ogawa, the president and chief operating officer, Canon U.S.A., Inc., “As Canon continues to evolve its full-frame mirrorless cameras, our goal is that one day the EOS R line becomes as widely popular as our celebrated lineup of EOS DSLR cameras.”
The Full-frame Canon EOS RP is about the same size (or even a bit smaller) than the popular APS-C EOS Rebel T7i, though currently more expensive, which is not surprising for first generation products.
Back in 1976, it was the Canon AE-1, an affordable full-frame first microprocessor-equipped SLR that sold over one million units. It etched the Canon brand forever into the minds of beginner photographers. With the EOS RP, Canon is returning to its winning marketing strategies.
This is gearing up to be a most interesting year for the acceptance and adoption of mirrorless cameras — and the beginning of goodbyes to DSLRs.
The following video presents Discover the new Canon EOS RP Camera with Jon Lorentz: “Learn about all of the great features and benefits the EOS RP camera has to offer with Canon U.S.A expert Jon Lorentz“
Full Frame For The Masses! Canon Introduces Its Second Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera — The EOS RP
New Super-Compact and Ultra-Lightweight EOS RP is Ideal for Users Looking to Graduate to Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera at an Affordable Price
Canon EOS RP: Image Courtesy of Canon
MELVILLE, NY, February 13, 2019 – Responding to the demand from amateur and advanced amateur photographers for an entry-level, full-frame mirrorless camera, Canon U.S.A. Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced the second camera in the EOS R lineup, the EOS RP. The EOS RP is designed for photographers looking to step up from Canon’s APS-C cameras: the EOS Rebel, EOS M and the EOS 80D, into the world of full-frame mirrorless photography. Weighing in at just 17.29 ounces, the EOS RP camera is lighter than a 500ml bottle of water and smaller than Canon’s popular APS-C DSLR camera, the Canon EOS Rebel T7i, coming in at approximately 5.0in (w) x 3.77in (h) x 2.36in (d). With optics at its core, the EOS RP takes full advantage of the complete line up of RF lenses and is compatible with the existing collection of Canon’s EF and EF-S lenses with the use of one of three optional RF EOS-R Mount Adaptersi.
Canon EOS RP with RF 24-105mm F4 L IS USM Lens
“As Canon continues to evolve its full-frame mirrorless cameras, our goal is that one day the EOS R line becomes as widely popular as our celebrated lineup of EOS DSLR cameras,” said Kazuto Ogawa, president and chief operating officer, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “As a company, we believe that in order for us to accomplish that goal, Canon needs to develop full-frame mirrorless cameras for every skill level of photographers and that starts with amateurs and advanced amateurs. This makes the EOS RP the perfect addition to the existing lineup.”
Canon EOS RP: Shooting Mode – Aperture-Priority AE, Shutter Speed (TV) – 25, Aperture (AV) – f/8.0, ISO Speed – 100, Lens RF 24-105mm F4 L IS USM, White Balance – Auto (Ambience priority), Picture Style – Landscape: Image Courtesy of Canon
The following video presents FUJIFILM X-T30 Promotional Video / FUJIFILM: “The new FUJIFILM X-T30, offers similar performance to the FUJIFILM X-T3, in a smaller and lighter body. It has the same phase-detection AF system with almost 100% frame coverage, blackout-free high-speed continuous shooting of up to 30fps, monochrome adjustment function, Color Chrome effect and Sports Viewfinder mode while also offering functions that cater to the less professional photographer, such as the Advanced SR Auto function as well. The “Little Giant – X-T30” offers premium image quality at a more accessible price than ever before. Shot 4K on X-T30“
FUJIFILM X-T30, Black
FUJIFILM LAUNCHES THE NEW FUJINON XF16mmF2.8 R WR LENS AND THE FUJIFILM X-T30, A NEW MIRRORLESS DIGITAL CAMERA IN A UNIQUELY LIGHTWEIGHT AND COMPACT DESIGN
FUJIFILM X-T30: Shooting Mode – Aperture Priority, Sensitivity – ISO 160, Dynamic Range – 100%, Aperture – F9.0, Shutter Speed – 1/500, Lens Focal Length – 26.5mm, White Balance – AUTO, Film simulation – PROVIA, Lens Modulation Optimizer – ON, Lens XF18-55mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS: Image Courtesy of Fujifilm
FUJIFILM X-T30, Silver: Thin, lightweight body
– Updates to FUJIFILM X Series lineup including the new the X-T30, which packs greater image quality and UHD 4K video-recording capability into its thin, lightweight body (just 13.51oz) (383g);
– The FUJINON XF16mmF2.8 R WR wide angle lens for X Series announced;
– Forthcoming firmware releases for FUJIFILM X-T3, FUJIFILM X-T100 and FUJIFILM X-A5;
– New version of FUJIFILM Camera Remote app available