A few weeks ago we could read about a fascinating new UWA lens from Venus Optics. on A7RII with L-bracket
Zeiss 40mm f/2.0 CF lens preorder at Adorama and BHphoto.Photographyblog posted the full Zeiss Batis 40mm FE lens review:
Tomorrow Phase One will raise the price on the Capture One software. So you better hurry if you want it! Get a 10% discount on Capture One 11 (Click here) and Capture One 11 for Sony (Click here) using our coupon code “AMBSAR“.
Question: Is the new Voigtlander sealed enough fir rain? Answer: hope so :) #sony #sonyalpha #voigtlander
At Photokina Sony clearly said that a larger mount is not required to make fast high quality lenses. This is an argument Nikon keeps using to hammer on the E-mount. And today Nikoneye.com reports a statement from a Nikon manager claiming the new 58mm f/0,95 is made to show what can be done with the new Z-mount. The lens aims to match or even surpass the performance of the Zeiss Otus lenses. The manager also said the lens has no autofocus as its goal is ultimate optical performance.
The new 24mm f/1.4 GM is back in Stock via FocusCamera. In Europe it’s in Stock at Fotohanskeuzekamp. They sent me this nice size comparison pics:
One SAR reader pointed me towards this very rare Berthiot Monital 130mm f/1.0 cine lens on sale on eBay (Click here to see the auction details). This lens can be used on any Sony E-mount camera (APS-C).
This is a new leaked image of the Sony 24mm f/1.4 GM. The lens will be announced today at around 15:00 London time. I repeat that trusted sources told me to not expect anything else to be announced today. And also on Sept 25 Sony is likely to introduce no other new product.
Image on top is just a mockup I made that should give you the idea of how this could lookTwo reliable sources confirmed that Sony is ready to launch a new High End APS-C E-mount Camera. And both told me this: The new camera will have the EVF in the middle just like the current A7-A9 Full Frame cameras.