Today, Sony is announcing their brand new Sony a9 camera that has been rumored for a really, really long time now. We’re currently live at the announcement and so more details are coming in. Stay tuned!
Lacie is offering a brand new, two bay RAID offering designed for the photographer that really needs a whole ton of connectivity in the form of the LaCie 2big Dock. This new RAID option uses Thunderbolt 3 and lets you connect SD cards, CF cards and other devices directly to it, effectively acting as a port between your computer and your media.
Of course, it’s also fantastic for videographers. More specs and details are after the jump.
In addition to all the announcements that have come out tonight, Fujifilm is adding to those a Fujifilm GFX Lens Roadmap.
Check it out above and more details are after the jump.
Today, Fujifilm is announcing brand new additions to the G format lineup of lenses. These lenses are designed for medium format cameras such as the GFX 50s. The new lenses are the 110mm f2 R LM WR and the 23mm f4 R LM WR. In addition to that, there’s new firmware coming. All the details that you need to know are after the jump.
Today is the day that a whole lot of us have been waiting for: we’ve finally got the Fujfiilm Instax Square SQ10 camera. And it’s coming with some super cool features! The rumors of it being both hybrid digital and instax film are indeed true. It’s got a ¼” CMOS image sensor with primary color filter that records very, very few pixels. Of course, it’s mostly targeted towards the mobile photography crowd vs the photographer that wants to sit there printing at a computer and hunkering down for a session in Capture One.
We’ve still got two more street photography workshops coming up this month that you can still sign up for. Plus, you can check out our three online workshops and view them at any time you wish.
Lomography has some really cool and fun options now available for purchase: disposable cameras. The new Lomography disposable cameras have been tailored and designed more for ease of use than anything else. Additionally, they’re a lot like so many others too in that they strive to get everything in focus, use flash, and also use 35mm film. The disposable cameras are available in a three pack set.
For a while, 35mm to 120 Film Adapters have been around though not really very common. Well Japan Camera Hunter has a perfect solution for you in the form of 3D printed little knobs that will work with the 120 cameras that you happen to have.