Having only just launched its first Lumix S series of full-35mm format mirrorless cameras, the new Lumix G95 from Panasonic is making good on the company's assurances that its Micro Four Thirds system won’t be neglected.
The drone market has taken off (pardon the pun) in the past few years. But with so many options on offer, choosing a drone can be confusing. The crew at Ted’s Cameras has put together this introduction to selecting and flying your first camera drone.
Sony has launched a new version of its RX0 sub-compact camera which packs in more features and more performance. Sony claims the new RX0 II (full title DSC-RX0M2) is “the world's smallest and lightest premium compact camera”.
Like the idea of making some extra money from your camera gear when you’re not using it? Canon Australia has launched a program called Kyōyū – the Japanese word for share – to create an online community of potential renters and providers.
Leica’s popular fixed-lens full-35mm format Q model has been significantly updated in the new Q2 with a much higher resolution sensor, faster processor, new OLED-type viewfinder, fully weather-proofed body and 4K video recording, including C4K.
Lens maker Sigma has begun fleshing out its participation in the L-Mount Alliance, of which it is a member along with Leica and Panasonic. Sigma’s announcement is no doubt timed to coincide with the arrival of Panasonics first L-Mount Lumix S bodies.
Just as the X-T20 borrowed quite a number of features from the higher-end X-T2, the Fujifilm X-T30 is essentially a junior edition of the much-acclaimed and very capable X-T3 which was launched back in September 2018.
As it has done many times in the past, especially with digital cameras, Canon is again resetting the expectations about how far your money can go. The new EOS RP will be the most affordable full-35mm format mirrorless camera on the market.
Olympus is again stressing the advantages of the Micro Four Thirds sensor size when it comes to more compact lenses, this time showing off a 12-200mm superzoom – which is equivalent to 24-400mm in 35mm format terms.
Announced at last year’s Photokina and due to go on sale in Australia during April, Panasonic’s all-new Lumix S full-35mm format mirrorless camera system will launch with two high-end bodies and three Lumix S L mount lenses.
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