According to recent reports Fujifilm GFX 50S Mark II camera will be announced on August 27. So it seems that the Fujifilm camera with the code name “FF210001” that was revealed before is the Fujifilm GFX 50S Mark II.
The medium format mirrorless camera is expected to feature the same 50MP sensor as the current GFX50S, and it will be cheaper than the GFX 100S.
Tokina has announced the launch of its new 25-75mm T2.9, a parfocal lens that the company calls “the pinnacle of modern video zoom lens design”. The Tokina Cinema 25–75mm T2.9 lens is available to preorder starting today for PL, E, EF, MFT and Nikon F mount camera systems for $4,999. The lens fits between Tokina’s 11-20mm T2.9 and 50-135mm T2.9 cinema zooms.
Designed from the ground up by Tokina’s cinema division, the 25-75mm T2.9 is a modern cinema zoom lens design, with features usually reserved for higher-cost cinema zooms. It is a constant T2.9 throughout the range, with parfocal and excellent zoom tracking with minimal image shift. Lens breathing, distortion, and aberration are all highly controlled. Continue reading “Tokina 25-75mm T2.9 Lens for PL, Canon EF, MFT, Sony E, and Nikon F”
The exact announcement timeframe is still unknown. But these two new Canon autofocus tilt-shift lenses for RF mount will be announced in late 2021. More details after the break abut the High-Megapixel EOS R Camera!
The telephoto zoom lens consists of 19 elements in 15 groups, with three of the elements having aspherical surfaces. The focus group is made up of a single element and is driven by a quiet stepping motor
The body is weather-sealed and uses 82mm filters. Lighter than the older Leica Vario Elmarit SL 24-90mm ASPH, (856g / 1.9 lb compared to 1,140g / 2.5 lb), the new lens offers similar build-quality, and a high standard of construction.
Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-70mm f/2.8 ASPH Lens: $2,795 at B&H, Adorama.
Leica SL2 with 24-70mm f/2.8 Lens: $8,795 at B&H, Adorama.
Zeiss expanded its popular cinema line with adding another four prime lenses. Zeiss adds 18mm, 40mm, 65mm and 135mm T1.5 lenses to its Supreme Prime Radiance range of cine lenses. The new Zeiss Supreme Prime Radiance lenses will be available in Q3 of this year, and can be pre-ordered now from retailers such as B&H Photo Video.
The Supreme Prime Radiance lenses already exist in 21mm, 25mm, 29mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, and 100mm. With the newest additions to this family, Zeiss also introduced the reworked and improved T* coating. It allows you to make the flares planned and reproduced, but also to maintain contrast and avoid transmission loss that would occur with uncoated lens elements. In the video below, you can see the comparison between the new ZEISS Supreme Radiance lenses and regular ZEISS Supreme Prime lenses.