Without fanfare or so much as a press release (yet), the Canon EOS Ra camera has officially been released. The specially-designed astrophotography camera is Canon’s first full-frame mirrorless camera “dedicated to deep sky and night sky photography.”… Read More
After finding success with its original Loupedeck and Loupedeck+ photo editing consoles, Loupedeck today unveiled the Loupedeck Creative Tool (AKA the Loupedeck CT). It’s a small and sleek console that’s streamlined, customizable, and still very powerful.… Read More
If you thought Sony was limiting its best autofocus improvements to the mirrorless alpha lineup of cameras, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by today’s news. Sony has revealed that it will be adding real-time Animal Eye AF and other improvements to the popular RX10 IV superzoom as well, via a free firmware update coming later this year.
After months of leaks and rumors, DJI has officially unveiled the Mavic Mini: an exceptionally light, palm-sized, foldable drone that’s “portable, easy to fly, designed for safety and perfect for everyone who wants to experience the fun of flying.”
In addition to releasing three sort-of-macro wide-angle prime lenses for its FE lineup, Tamron also announced the development of the highly-anticipated f/2.8 telephoto zoom lens for the Sony E-Mount: the 70-180mm f/2.8 Di III VXD.
The Weebill S improves upon its predecessor with a new motor, upgraded algorithm, and a new image transmission system.
Olympus has unveiled the OM-D E-M5 Mark III, a followup to the E-M5 Mark II and a compact mirrorless camera that has many of the same features as the high-end OM-D E-M1 Mark II mirrorless camera that was announced back in 2016
After a successful teaser and IndieGoGo campaign, Canon is officially releasing the IVY REC: a screen-less, clippable, go-anywhere point-and-shoot camera that was designed for outdoor lovers who want something that’s more rugged than their smartphone to document their adventures.
Fujifilm has announced the Instax Mini Link, a new portable printer that lets you turn your smartphone snaps into Instax Mini prints.
The printer connects to smartphones via Bluetooth through the Instax Mini Link app, free for iOS and Google Play. Swiping up in the app transfers a photo for printing.