Sigma announces it as the definitive portrait prime for the mirrorless age but it may well be more than a portrait lens, as the images suggest. Discover the Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG DN | Art lens.
There is something special about Sigma’s Art line. The series has been consistently redefining both imaging excellence and pleasing in-the-hand experience, since its launch in 2012, and this new lens continues that legacy. It’s not just the looks and touch, it’s everything under the hood, from the dust and splash-proof design or aluminum and TSC (Thermally Stable Composite) construction to the aperture ring
The Black and White tools in Capture One give you extreme flexibility, but if you want to try something different, the Style Packs are the way to go: the new Beyond Collection is a good point to start.
Style Packs in Capture One are an expansion of the base photo editor. They are a clear invitation to make fast edits to your photos with Styles – instant looks developed by leading photographers. With instant looks inspired by everything from vintage film to seasonal colors, there’s a Style to suit every shot. Simply apply a Style to instantly transform your photo
If you’re afraid your Canon EOS R5 will have overheating problems, the first module added to the Tiltaing series for the R5 is the solution for you: it’s the EOS R5 Cooling Kit!
Soon after Canon introduced the EOS R5 and EOS R6 mirrorless models, users started to discuss the overheating problems the cameras have, which may or not be a problem, depending on who you listen to. Canon assumed there are some limitations in terms of continued use and now we see that independent companies have already started to tackle the overheating problem announcing a solution. It may sound
The pandemic is shaping the way events are created and the organizers of CES have announced that the CES 2021, next January, will be exclusively online.
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced that CES 2021 – January 6-9, 2021 – will be an all-digital experience connecting exhibitors, customers, thought leaders and media from around the world. The new format will allow participants to hear from technology innovators, see cutting-edge technologies and the latest product launches, and engage with global brands and startups from around the world.
The organizers are still planning for the CES Unveiled 2020 series in Europe to go ahead,
The Sony Alpha 7S III is out and the crowds are about to compare it with the Canon EOS R5… as if there was anything to compare. This is a 12.1MP video machine against a 45MP monster.
Be reasonable, there is nothing to compare: the Sony Alpha 7S III is designed and configured to support photo and video journalists who need to deliver stills or movies as quickly as possible with several advanced connectivity options. The Canon EOS R5 is a camera for those who need the output of a 45MP sensor and 8K video… used within the limitations
COVID-19 can live on plastic and metal surfaces for up to three days so you MUST safely sanitize film and video equipment after each use. Cartoni has a solution for the industry, the new UV-C Boxer.
It’s not just washing your hands, using a mask and practicing – some form – of physical distancing! Your surroundings need some attention, as does the gear you and your crew use. All equipment must be cleaned after use, as a study from the National Institutes of Health, CDC, UCLA and Princeton University scientists published in The New England Journal of Medicine states that
Smartphone filmmakers always have to contend with the limitations of the battery. Quick Charge 5 changes everything: it charges devices from 0 to 50 percent battery power in just five minutes.
Everyone wants to have a fast charger for their smartphone and filmmakers using smartphones are some of the people asking for the newest tech to allow them to shoot for longer periods of time. Qualcomm’s new solution, named Quick Charge 5, may be all they need, as the new charging platform is, according to the company, the world’s fastest commercial charging solution for Android devices, besides being the world’s
With video capture up to 4K UHD/30p, in-camera VR image stabilization and electronic VR, focus peaking and other features, the Nikon Z 5 confirms that the company is all in for full frame and mirrorless.
Will we see more DSLRs coming from Nikon? This may be the question to ask, now that another mirrorless, a new lens and converters are announced for Nikon’s Z system. The NIKKOR Z 24-50mm f/4-6.3 lens as well as the new Z TELECONVERTER TC-2.0X and TC-1.4X confirm that the company wants users of its new system to be able to expand their
Tokina has a new 400m lens that adopts a catadioptric type optical design with a constant F8 aperture and is a lightweight and compact solution… if you don’t mind the doughnuts.
Recently, I mentioned here at ProVideo Coalition how the new 600 and 800mm f/11 telephotos from Canon for its RF mount mirrorless system reminded me of catadioptric lenses, which were very popular decades ago, but somehow seem to have vanished from the market, although companies as Samyang/Rokinon keep offering catadioptric solutions. Now, Tokina – who recently introduced a new lens in the atx-i series -, adds its own reflex
More pixels, more detail, wider dynamic range, less noise, and maximum exposure time up to 16 minutes are features of the new Leica M10-R, which can be yours for only $8,295.00.
With the new Leica M10-R, Leica Camera AG introduces a high-resolution variant of the company’s legendary rangefinder camera, expanding the Leica M10 family, which also includes the M10, M10-P, M10-D and M10 Monochrom. The M10-R’s newly developed sensor offers a resolution of over 40 megapixels, which represents a considerable increase compared to the M10. As a result, the M10-R delivers a significantly enhanced rendition of details.
It’s the world’s only f/0.95 lens designed for DSLR systems in production, says ZY Optics to introduce its newest lens: the Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f/0.95, specially designed for Canon EF cameras.
Do you need a nifty fifty with a luminous aperture of f/0.95? Then, if you’re the owner of a Canon DSLR with an EF mount – you’ve one, the Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f/0.95, announced as the world’s only f/0.95 lens designed for DSLR systems in production. In fact, as far as I understand from looking at the lens and specifications, nothing stops you from
The new version of LumaFusion, 2.3, boosts pro editing workflow efficiencies and completes major integration for remote collaborative workflows with Frame.io.
Last February Luma Touch announced the release of its highly-anticipated support for XML export to Apple Final Cut Pro X (FCPX). With the new feature, LumaFusion for iOS significantly extended the workflow options for LumaFusion editors, transforming the workflow for the FCPX community of editors, artists and content creators clamoring to expand their desktop editing experience to the iPad.
Now, the company takes another step forward, with the addition of new professional-level features. With this new v2.
If you use your smartphone to control your camera, there are times when you have a problem: where to place it when you need to have both hands free? Well, edelkrone as a solution, the new PhoneGrip 3D.
A new product expands edelkrone’s ORTAK line: the PhoneGRIP 3D. It’s a printable phone holder for smartphones and edelkrone Controller that easily attaches to numerous tripod legs or 1/4″ mounting screws. Works great with all Ortak products, and will make life easier for those who, for different reasons, use a smartphone or similar sized device, to control their cameras… or to shoot
Canon promised a EOS R camera with 8K video internally and here it is: the R5. Along comes the EOS R6, with 4K video up to 60p, and both offer IBIS with 8-stops of image stabilization and many other features.
Last February I wrote that Canon wanted to leapfrog the competition announcing the development of a game-changing camera: the 8K video-capable EOS R5, which will also offer unparalleled image stabilization. Since the original announcement the general tone was one of disbelief: the specifications were impressive but not real. So, one month after the initial announcement Canon revealed some more
With a new 100-500mm zoom and two telephoto lenses, 600 and 800mm – both at F11 – for the RF- Mount, Canon signals a new era for lenses, but the company is not alone offering long focals.
Lenses are getting more compact while able to cover more, and a good example of that is the Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG DN OS presented here at ProVideo Coalition recently. A compact and lightweight solution, with 197.2mm and 1135g, the lens offers, at $949, an affordable solution for users of for L-Mount and Sony E-mount cameras.
The EOS R5 and the EOS R6, both with IBIS, are highlights in a launch live streamed to the world. The cameras, new 600mm and 800mm for the masses and other gear offer a path to a re-imagined future.
Canon has been busy, and today is the day that all is revealed. Or officially revealed, because since Canon’s drip-drip of information started, in February, about the EOS R5, multiple sources have published most of the information there is to know, not only about the EOS R5 but about everything else Canon is about to release.
There we go again: another “world’s first”, this time for a Sony lens, the FE 12-24mm F2.8 GM, a new G Master lens added to the series, and designed for full frame cameras.
Ideal for shooting landscapes, starry skies and architecture while providing extra mobility for active sports shooters who want to use ultra-wide angles, the Sony FE 12-24mm F2.8 GM delivers, says Sony, “outstanding image quality up to an ultra-wide 12mm angle of view with F2.8 constant aperture, combined with beautiful bokeh effects.”
A new addition to Sony’s flagship G Master series lenses, this compact
The Sigma 16mm, 30mm, and 56mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary lenses in native L-Mount, will begin shipping on July 10, promising compact and high quality primes at an affordable price.
The new Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG DN OS Contemporary telephoto lens for full-frame mirrorless cameras may be the highlight of Sigma’s announcement this month, but the availability of the 16mm, 30mm, and 56mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary lenses for mirrorless L-Mount cameras – like Sigma’s small fp model – makes for some interesting news.
Sigma’s F1.4 Mirrorless Trio each benefit from a fast aperture of F1.
Presented as the first ultra-telephoto zoom lens for full-frame mirrorless cameras, the Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG DN OS is another reference added to the Contemporary family of Sigma lenses.
Sigma calls it a ultra-telephoto lens, but the zoom range this lens covers is more common than you may think, and there isn’t really much “ultra” in the 100-400mm lens range, which is, nowadays, available from different brands. In fact, some telephoto lenses even exceed this range, as Sigma knows well, as the company also offers a 50-500mm F4.5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM, a 60-600mm F4.5-6.3
The first Snapdragon 6-series has the potential to make 5G accessible to more than 2 billion smartphone users around the world, with support for 4K HDR streaming and 120Hz displays.
Companies as HMD Global (Nokia), LG Electronics Motorola, SHARP, TCL, and Wingtech are among the first OEMs/ODMs to show strong support for the Snapdragon 690, and are expected to announce smartphones powered by a smartphone, designed to offer users, says Qyualcoom, “vibrant entertainment experiences”. The support from equipment manufacturers is important because, as Cristiano Amon, Qualcomm Incorporated’s president, says “driving the expansion of 5G into the Snapdragon 6-series has the potential to make