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Citograph 35mm f/8.0 Pancake Lens Launched on Kickstarter

New Citograph 35mm ‘Always-in-Focus’ Lens will Revolutionize Street Photography (Berlin) C.P. Goerz, a new German startup, announced a Kickstarter campaign today for the Citograph 35mm, a super-compact, always-in-focus tessar-type lens that may very well revolutionize street photography. The Citograph 35 was designed specifically for capturing those fleeting, decisive moments that are gone in the flash […]

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Apertus AXIOM Beta Interview by Cinema5D

Cinima5D recorded a lengthy interview with AXIOM project leader Sebastian Pichelhofer. AXIOM is an open source camera project that lets you assemble your own camera. You can build an APS-C, 2/3, and 4/3 camera from their kit, but they are only beginning to deliver some of the promised stuff from their crowdfunding now, so it might take a […]

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Sigma Working on MC-11 Firmware Fix For Sony a9

Translated Release: For customers using Sony “α9 (ILCE-9)” Thank you very much for your continued support of Sigma products. This time, in the combination of our MOUNT CONVERTER MC – 11 (SA – E, EF – E) and some zoom lenses to “α 9 (ILCE – 9)” which was released from Sony Corporation on May […]

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Upcoming Sony Camera Teaser

Yesterday Sony China released a teaser for a new camera, and Photorumors thinks it might be a Sony RX1R Mark 3 or new RX model. It’s rare that we don’t have a pretty good idea about what is coming, but I doubt it will be an RX camera since that was recently refreshed and since […]

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Sony Releases a High-Speed Vision Sensor

Sony Releases a High-Speed Vision Sensor that Makes Detection and Tracking of Objects at 1,000 fps Possible Stacked CMOS Image Sensor that Combines High-Frame-Rate Imaging and High-Speed Sensing Tokyo, Japan—Sony Corporation today announced the release of the new IMX382 high-speed vision sensor, which enables detection and tracking of objects at 1,000 frames per second. Sony […]

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Sony Financial Results for Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 2017

Sony published their latest financial results, and while they expect their sales to increase by 10.4% they are still feeling the effect of the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquakes. Foreign exchange rates are also playing a factor in their losses, but next year is projected to be better. You can read the full report at Sony.net

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