For anybody who wants the traditional 70-210mm telezoom in a smaller, lighter and more affordable package, Tamron has just added an f4.0-speed version to its line-up of Di series lenses for full-35mm D-SLRs.
Fujifilm is targeting film-makers as well as photographers with its new range-topping X-H1 X mount ‘APS-C’ mirrorless camera which it’s describing as “the highest performing model in the X Series range”. The ‘H’ stands for hybrid.
Following the introduction of its new SLR-style Lumix G flagship, Panasonic has launched its next RF-style Lumix GX flagship. Incidentally, Panasonic is celebrating ten years of its Lumix Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera system, the original G1 model being launched in 2008.
Lovers of Olympus’s PEN series of mirrorless cameras – which started the whole mirrorless thing, of course – will be pleased to know there’s a new slim-line E-PL model.
If that red M262 is a bit much for you, how about the even more exclusive Australia Edition of the Leica Q?
Tthe E-M10 Mark III best epitomises the benefits of the mirrorless configuration – a little camera that punches way above its weight.
A camera that delivers in every department, including the handling, ergonomics and user interface. It’s a real joy to use… and the rewards are many.
Supertelephoto focal lengths from 400mm to 600mm in a lens only marginally bigger than a 70-200mm f2.8 zoom is a real luxury. That the image quality is so good is something extra special.
Truly beautiful visual characteristics, balancing definition and smoothness in a way that’s mesmerising.
It simply delivers on every level – looks, handling and results.
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