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.
Leica has launched a new series of high-performance prime lenses for its SL full-35mm mirrorless system.
Nikon’s optical engineers have overcome a number of technical challenges to incorporate a switchable 1.4x tele-converter into a telephoto zoom lens.
South Korean lens maker Samyang has introduced its first autofocus model for the Canon EF mount.
It’s an indication of just how much effort Sony is putting into its mirrorless camera program that this latest zoom is the 46th E mount lens.
Canon has updated its TS-E line-up of tilt-shift EF mount lenses, introducing a trio of new models which embody a number of improvements to the optical design and the adjustment ranges compared to the existing lenses.
The next round of upgrades for the X-Pro2, X-T2 and X-T20 models will be released in late November, and provide varying levels of enhancement.
Phase One has announced a new version of its 100 megapixels IQ3 Series medium format capture back promising “astonishing colour definition”.
Olympus Australia has announced the M.Zuiko Digital ED 17mm f/1.2 PRO and M.Zuiko Digital ED 45mm f/1.2 PRO.
A two-day Epson Product Expo in Sydney will demonstrate the enormous breadth of printing options available from the company.
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