European readers can preorder the new 24mm f/1.4 GM lens at Calumet Germany and WexUK. USA preorders will open soon at Bhphoto, Amazon, FocusCamera and Adorama.
Well folks, it’s not Canon nor Nikon, but it’s Panasonic that really went all-in with the features of their new S1R and S1 Full Frame L-mount camera. L-rumors.com shared these images and specs and Panasonic did everything right:
If you believe what’s reported on Korean forums like Clien.net and SLRclub things will start to get very interesting soon. Samsung is rumored to have partnered with Fuji and Ricoh-Pentax to deliver them new APS-C and FF sensors. These sensors would support H. 265 codec and cost 30% less than what you have to pay for equivalent Sony sensors.
You can finally preorder the new Sony 24mm f/1.4 GM at Bhphoto. Adorama. Amazon USA. BuyDig. FocusCamera. Calumet Germany. WexUK. P.S.: The Sony A7III is now in Stock at Adorama (Click here).
Image by DPreviewFuji announced a new GFX-100 medium format camera with 4k30p, phase detection AF, IBIS (world’s first on a MF camera). And it uses the brand new 100 Megapixel Sony sensor. At the same time they also announced world’s cheapest MF camera the GFX-50R (a full coverage can be seen at Fujirumors).
A readers spotted this image of a 24mm f/1.4 GM lens from one of the journalists present at the Sony event. Looks like it’s the real thing!
Sigma 56mm f/1.4 DC APS-C E-mount lensHere you have the leaked specs of the upcoming five new Sigma lenses. And we have some bad news. The zooms will NOT be available for E-mount right from the start. Remember that Sigma said it would take more time for them to adapt zoom lenses on E-mount because of the more complex autofocus algorithm:
Sony Photokina press conference is over and as Sony said this was a strategy meeting. So our rumors were spot on and as expected there were no new products. I think this is the first time ever Sony does not directly announce anything at Photokina (the 24mm GM lens was announced last week).