Granted you have the ability to open a second mortgage and the desire to shoot cinematic moonscapes from here on Earth, Canon has had just the lens for ...On October 16, 2014 / By Manuel A. Calle
Quick News – Today, Panasonic officially announced a promising lens first revealed to be in development last October, the Leica Summilux 15mm F/1.7 for MFT camera systems. The ...On March 24, 2014 / By Manuel A. Calle
As previously rumored, Fuji chose this year’s Consumer Electronics Show as the venue to unveil a new XF prime lens for the growing line of X-series MILCs, announcing ...On January 6, 2014 / By Manuel A. Calle
Quick News – It’s been long-rumored that Samyang/Rokinon would begin producing new, and converting old, lenses with X-mounts for Fuji X-series mirrorless ILC’s. In fact, there was even a ...On November 22, 2013 / By Manuel A. Calle
After Sigma’s website prematurely posted the 24-105mm F/4’s product detail page earlier in the week, the firm wasted little time whipping up a press release and stamping their new ...On October 16, 2013 / By Manuel A. Calle
Quick News – Panasonic has just unveiled the seven element, metallic accented update to their beloved pint-sized prime lens in the 20mm f/1.7 Lumix II – a pancake ...On June 27, 2013 / By Manuel A. Calle
Quick News – Further proving they are committed to offering exciting new offerings for their mirrorless camera endeavors, Samsung announced today a promising looking optic for their MILC ...On June 11, 2013 / By Manuel A. Calle
Last year, Zeiss officially announced the development of a trio of mirrorless camera lenses specifically designed for the Fuji X and Sony NEX system, hinting at the eventual ...On April 24, 2013 / By Manuel A. Calle
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