Weeks ago I posted about the new Life+Guard A7III and 400mm GM protection skin. Many readers wanted to buy them. I asked the company about their plans to sell them internationally and they confirmed they are soon going to launch an online store in english.
The lens is in Stock at Amazon US, Amazon DE, Amazon FR, Amazon UK, Amazon IT, Amazon ES.Marc Alhadeff tested the new 7Artisans 35mm f/1.2 E-mount lens. This is his conclusion:
The current Sony 100-400 GM vs the Tamron 100-400mm EF lens (CameraSize).A source told me this:I got some info that Tamron should release native 100-400/5-6.3 mid next year.
Voigtlander 21mm f/3.5 FE Shade-Skopar Evaluation at Photographyblog: “wonderful wide-angle prime lens”
Voigtlander Color Skopar 21mm f/3.5 E-mount lens at Amazon and BHphoto. Photographyblog tested the new Voigtlander FE lens and the conclusion is:
Mitakon announced they will produce a new batch of 135mm f/1.4 FE lenses. But a special preorder on their website is required. The problem is that there seems to be no english website to make a proper order. The lens will cost 330,000 YEN which is roughly $2900.
This isn’t a scientific or precise tool to measure a cameras success. But just out of curiosity here is the Google Trend comparison between the new EOS-R, Z7-Z6 and A7III. It seems to show that none of the new Canon and Nikon cameras can really “out-trend” the Sony A7III.
Sony US has now launched the next superdeal that will run fro three days only: Sony A6000 with two E-mount lenses and free extras for $598 at FocusCamera, Amazon, Adorama and Bhphoto.
Also Amazon EU stores have started some early pre-Black Friday deals at Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.fr, Amazon.it, Amazon.es.
I got this image last week but I didn’t post it because I know with 100% certainty this is fake. But some sites posted exactly theses specs and readers asked my opinion on this. So here is my opinion: It is fake as you can see from the image showing the FF sensor inside the body. Moreover I know the source of this image and I know it has a long history of sharing such fake spec lists.