Photography Gear

As expected, Nikon officially released Firmware Version 2.20 for the Nikon Z6 and Z7 full-frame mirrorless cameras tonight, adding (limited) CFExpress compatibility and preparing the cameras for the optional upgrade to shoot ProRes RAW video over HDMI, which will cost an additional $200 fee, plus shipping. The news just dropped minutes ago in a press
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Sigma Japan has issued a statement apologizing for the “supply status” of the recently released 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN Art lens for Sony E- and Leica L-Mount, explaining that pre-orders “exceed our expectations” and “production cannot keep up with demands.” Unfortunate as this news is, shipment delays should come as no surprise given the Sigma
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The Nikon F6 was first introduced by the Japanese camera maker in 2004. It was the sixth camera in the Nikon F dynasty, which began 60 years ago in 1959 and totally redefined 35mm photography. Today, the F6 remains the most technically refined, advanced and modern film camera — not just 35mm camera, not just
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[embedded content] The most recent “APS-C vs Full-Frame” comparison comes from our friends at Sonder Creative, and it’s a portrait photography lens shootout between the ZEISS Batis 85mm f/1.8 and the Fujifilm 56mm f/1.2. For this latest test, Sonder’s Usman Dawood teamed up with photographer Anete Lusina, model Danielle Warwick, and assistant Alex Cousins. Together,
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Nikon introduced the Nikon D850 in 2017 with a 45.7-megapixel backside-illuminated (BSI) Nikon-specified/Sony-designed/TowerJazz manufactured sensor. The Nikon D850 is regarded as one of Nikon’s best cameras and continues to range at the top of consumer DSLRs. Full disclosure: I’m the president of MaxMax.com, which makes the monochrome D850 (D850M), and this article is blatantly self-promoting.
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Astrophotography is one of the more difficult and expensive genres of photography you can get hooked on, especially if you want to capture deep space imagery. But a new robotic camera/star-tracker/telescope called Stellina wants to change all that. Stellina was developed by French company Vanois, and they call it an “app-enabled telescope.” That’s not entirely
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Meyer Optik Görlitz is coming back from the dead… again. After an embarrassing and very public fall-from grace in 2018, the lens manufacturer, now owned by OPC Optics, is ready to begin re-releasing lenses that it promises are not just re-branded Chinese knockoffs at astronomic markups. The company first announced its planned renaissance in July,
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