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Sony Reveals 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 G Master Lens, Its Longest E-Mount Yet

5 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

In addition to the impressive new a9 mirrorless camera , Sony also debuted a new lens today. Meet the brand-new 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 OSS G Master super telephoto zoom lens-the longest E-mount lens Sony has ever manufactured.
The new lens-part of Sony's flagship line of high-end G Master lenses-boasts “incredibly fast, precise AF capabilities, a lightweight, portable design and a variety of professional functions and customizability.” It also promises edge-to-edge sharpness throughout the zoom and focus range, and “beautiful rendered ‘bokeh'.”
All of this thanks to an optical design that...
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Fuji Reveals 2 New Medium Format Lenses and Updated Lens Roadmap

5 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

The last 24 hours were packed full of gear announcements, and we're even done. In addition to their new Instax camera and SQUARE film , Fujifilm also revealed two new lenses for the mirrorless medium format GFX 50s, updated their GFX roadmap, and teased a firmware update for the MF shooter.
First things first: the new lenses.
In an attempt to broaden the appeal of the mirrorless medium format GFX 50S, Fuji has officially debuted a new portrait lens and a new landscape lens: the GF 110mm f/2 R LM WR and the GF 24mm f/4 R LM WR .
Both lenses can allegedly resolve up to 100MP worth of...
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Playing World War II: Photographing an Ultra-Realistic Reenactment

Have you ever wondered what World War II was like? Last month I got a little closer. I was one of three photographers invited to cover a semi-live fire reenactment. There were... Read more ...