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Before you get too excited, you’re still going to need very deep pockets for Phase One's new XT field camera which it’s mating with its 100 or 150 megapixels IQ4 series capture backs and none of these are cheap.
It’s not really a big surprise given this camera would have been in development when the Nikon Z mount mirrorless system was launched, but the camera maker has confirmed that there will be a next-generation professional D-SLR to succeed the D5.
Canon is on the accelerator with RF mount lenses, having just released the much anticipated 24-240mm superzoom which is now being followed by two L-series models – the RF 15-35mm f2.8L IS wide-angle zoom and the RF 24-70mm f2.8L IS standard zoom.
Panasonic’s third Lumix S series mirrorless camera body – which was first revealed back in May – will go on sale in October and is primarily targeted at cinematographers. It’s packed solid with high-end video features, even surpassing the GH5S.
Tasmanian landscape photographer Matt Palmer has been judged the 2019 AIPP Australian Professional Photographer Of The Year, following the running of the annual Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPAs) in Sydney.
Sony has just upped the ante in ultra-high resolution interchangeable lens cameras by installing a 62.5 megapixels back-illuminated, full-35mm CMOS in the new Alpha 7R Mark IV mirrorless body.
Arguably the most significant photographs of the 20th century were recorded 50 years ago on a specially prepared Hasselblad camera after the Apollo 11 Lunar Module, Eagle, had successfully landed on the surface of the Moon.
While the updated X1D II mirrorless camera is good news, perhaps even more interesting are two other Hasselblad digital medium format products announced at the same time.
With Fujifilm’s GFX mirrorless medium format digital cameras selling like hot cakes (and the 50R very keenly priced), Hasselblad has responded with the much-awaited upgrade of its compact and stylish X1D 50c.
A new edition of the book A History Of Professional Photography In Australia has been released and is updated to include the changes that have happened in the local industry since it was first published in 2013.
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