Category Archives: 3rd Party Cameras

First Look Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.2 For E-Mount

ePhotozine gives us our first look at the new Voigtlander Nokton 50mm f/1.2 E-Mount, which is currently already available for M-Mount. It will come in two styles classic and modern, with modern offering us a click or clickless aperture ring. You can see more photos at ePhotozine. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube

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Here Comes The Canon EOS R

Nokishita leaked the details of the new Canon EOS R Mirrorless camera and it’s very much designed to be in the middle of Sony’s a7III and a7RIII camera based on the specs. If the price point is right this could be an interesting competitor. Canon’s dual pixel autofocus has already proven to be very effective […]

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Second Zeiss Camera Teaser Released

Zeiss is teasing their new camera more with the tagline “No brand is safe in the mirrorless jungle.” You can see the first teaser here. via Photorumors

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Sony RX1 Replacement Teased by Zeiss?

The Zeiss China Weixin account has a teaser that looks like a new camera. As Photorumors points out the rumors of a Zeiss camera aren’t new, but this is the first time we have seen compelling evidence that it is coming. The text says something like: “For those who understand our tradition, they understand our tough quality requirements. […]

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LEX Optical E-Mount Film Camera Schematics and Firmware Released on Github

Sony E-mount has proven to be incredibly popular and LEX Optical announced their intention to release the first film E-mount camera a few months ago as a result. Now they have released their Schematics and Firmware on GitHub if you’re interested in trying to build your own camera. LEX Optical is definitely worth keeping an eye […]

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