Olympus’ latest Tough camera, the Olympus Tough TG-5, dials back the resolution while adding some features that will appeal to fans of this series.
For professional photographers, manufacturer support is a very important factor when considering a camera system.
Camera manufacturers that serve professionals know this, and certain camera companies have staff dedicated to catering to working photographers.
Count Fujifilm among those. Fujfilm recently announced Fujfilm Professional Services for the U.S. market for photographers using its mirrorless medium format GFX camera.
Lomography has taken the concept of interchangeable lenses in a new direction with its Lomo Neptune Convertible Art Lens system.
This is composed of numerous parts: three lenses, a lens base and a set of six aperture plates.
The three lenses are a f/3.5 35mm Thalassa, f/2.8 50mm Despina and f/4.0 80mm Proteus. The lens base has its own aperture ring, while there are six plates with special-shaped cutouts to add fun to your photography.
Sony has officially put Canon and Nikon on notice. The Sony A9 full-frame mirrorless camera takes a big leap forward in terms of professional features and price.
Fujfilm has announced the next two lenses for its mirrorless GFX system – the GF f/2.0 110mm R LM WR and the GF f/4.0 23mm R LM WR. Meanwhile, the company also said it would release a firmware update soon to impove camera functions in several ways.
Fujifilm’s Instax instant-print cameras have developed a popular following, and now the camera maker has taken things to a new stage by combining print and digital.
The Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 is a simple point and shoot camera. There is no viewfinder, although there is a fixed 3.0-inch LCD monitor to compose and review your photos.
Photographers who shoot with Sony’s E-mount mirrorless cameras have been limited to a handful of Sony-branded telephoto lenses.
The addition of the Sony FE f/4.5-5.6 100-400mm GM OSS is the third pro-level telephoto zoom for the E mount. This lens also is Sony’s fifth lens in its premium G Master series.
Leica has lent its name to another lens for Panasonic’s Micro Four Thirds system – the Lumix G Leica DG Vario-Elmarit Professional Lens f/2.8-4.0 8-18mm ASPH.
A software upgrade for the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV adds Canon Log, which includes numerous advanced video features.
Panasonic’s latest digital point and shoot, the Lumix DMC-ZS70 is taking the route that competitors have taken by offering an all-purpose camera fitted with a superzoom lens.
The Lumix ZS70 uses a 20.3-MP 1/2.3-inch MOS sensor with an ISO range of 80-3,200, which can be extended upward to 6,400. Still RAW and JPG images, as well as videos, are saved to an SD card.