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Sony Unveils RX100 VII with 90fps Bursts and a9-Level AF Performance

Sony has just unveiled the RX100 Mark VII, and the latest iteration of their popular, powerful point-and-shoot camera is a veritable speed demon. Thanks to a new sensor, the RX100 VII can shoot at 20fps with no blackout and full AF/AE, can perform 90fps bursts with AF/AE locked, and promises Sony a9 level autofocus performance.

Sony Unveils a7R IV: The World’s First 61MP Full-Frame Camera

During a live presentation in New York City this morning, Sony revealed its latest full-frame mirrorless camera, breaking new ground in this ever-more crowded market with the Sony a7R IV: the world’s first 61MP full-frame camera, with a burst speed of up to 10fps, and a reported 15 stops of dynamic range.

Why I Got Rid of My Photography Gear, Revisited

I stopped using all my gear. I put away the Broncolor lighting and all the beautiful Canon glass and picked up a rangefinder. I needed a simpler process, a guide, a set of basic rules that I could bend and push my creativity against. Abundance is the death of creativity, so I chose one camera, one lens, and one process. My photography gear dwindled down to this and nothing else:

Silent Sony a9 a ‘Great Advantage’ for Photographer at Democratic Debate

But New York Times photographer Doug Mills wasn’t among those who had brought along a Canon or Nikon DSLR, which are still the dominant tools of choice among photojournalists. Mills was shooting with the Sony a9 mirrorless camera, which can shoot at 20 frames per second completely silently thanks to its electronic shutter.

Hasselblad X1D II 50C is a Faster and Cheaper Medium Format Mirrorless

Hasselblad today announced the new X1D II 50C medium format mirrorless camera, a followup to the X1D, which became the world’s first compact medium format mirrorless camera when it was unveiled back in 2016.

Fujifilm GFX100 Unveiled: It’s a Game-Changing 102MP Mirrorless Camera

Fujifilm has announced the new GFX100, a 102-megapixel medium format mirrorless camera that the company calls “a game changer in digital camera technology and capability.” It’s the new flagship camera of the GFX line.

The Cameras That Shot the Winning Photos of World Press Photo 2019

While Nikon surprisingly took the crown from Canon in 2018 with 52% representation among winning photos compared to Canon’s 30%, Nikon’s time at the top didn’t last long. This year, Canon struck back and was behind 46.4% of the winning photos compared to Nikon’s 36.8%.

Lens Rentals | Blog

For those who are unfamiliar, the Nikon P1000 is essentially Nikon’s answer to all the amateur photography forum questions asking “If you could have one lens, what would it be?” If you’ve ever stumbled into one of these conversations, you’ll see that it’s a flood of people saying something to the effect of “a 10-2000mm f/2.8 lens”. While a lens of that stature would be impossible both optically and in weight, someone at Nikon was seemingly watching these forums, waiting to pitch their next crazy idea at the next board meeting.

Lens Rentals | Blog

Here are the staff picks for their favorite gear of 2018. This list is compiled of only gear released in 2018, and attempted to limit each item to only two selections. As a reference to some of the most popular new products of 2018, here are the most popular new product rentals of 2018 —

Lens Rentals | Blog

Since its introduction 1950, Photokina has taken the title as the largest trade show related to photography in the world. This biennially held trade show takes place every two years in Cologne, Germany and brings in nearly 200,000 people for each event. With it transitioning to an annual show starting next year, many have said that this year was the last year of Photokina in its glory. And perhaps as that last biennially, brands from all areas of the photography industry took this past week as an opportunity to show their cards, and give us some pretty incredible product announcements to be trickled out in the next six months or so.

Zeiss ZX1 hands-on pictures and interview – sonyalpharumors sonyalpharumors

The new Zeiss ZX1 is in many ways a very bizarre camera. But what I like about it is that Zeiss definitely did think out of the box!  Integrated Lightroom, direct internet connection, large touchscreen operations, 512GB SSD and minimalistic design. I sincerely thanks Zeiss for trying to find new ways to re-think a camera. Maybe Sony can take 1-2 ideas from Zeiss? I would love to be able to run apps like lightroom on my camera and send the photos directly to my google backup or Flickr account!

Here are the major camera announcements from the 2018 Photokina show – Nikon Rumors

Here are the major camera announcements from the 2018 Photokina show:

Zeiss ZX1 – this is the camera Leica should have announced at Photokina – Leica Rumors

Zeiss just announced a new ZX1 full frame camera with 36MP, 35mm f/2 fixed lens, EVF, 4.3″ screen, aluminum body, integrated Lightroom and 512 GB internal memory (full specifications available here):

Zeiss announces the ZX1 full frame fixed lens camera – sonyalpharumors sonyalpharumors

As expected our rumors about this camera were 100% accurate. Zeiss today announced the new ZX1 fixed lens camera and here are some key specs:

Dear Panasonic: A Plea from a Photojournalist

It’s not often camera news puts dread in my heart, but Panasonic’s full frame announcement felt like watching CNN at its most doom-laden. The future, suddenly, does not seem so bright for us Micro Four Thirds (M43) shooters.

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