by on January 4, 2019
Far more than just rehashed sensors in smaller bodies, Nikon's new Z7 and Z6 cameras mark the start of a completely new system. The company's first full-frame mirrorless models, they use the new Z mount that's wider than before, letting more light in and packing other tricks like a ring on the lens that can be used to control everything from focus to exposure compensation. They're powered by the Expeed 6 image processor, have fast hybrid AF systems, and offer five-axis in-camera stabilization. T...
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by on January 3, 2019
Give your old 35mm camera a new life with the Instant Magny 35. It replaces the rear door of your camera with an enlarging optic which reroutes the light coming through the lens down an aluminum lens barrel and onto Fujifilm Instax Square film. It's compatible with many popular models from Leica, Nikon, Canon, Olympus, and Pentax, lets you keep using your favorite lens, and has an LED to let you know how many shots you have left. PRE-ORDER FROM KICKSTARTER / $99+ #Instant #Ma...
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by on December 13, 2018
If you love to drive, you might also love to measure the performance of your vehicle. And with the Horizon Automotive Camera from Waylens, you can finally track everything with crystal-clear precision. The Horizon gives drivers the ability to overlay vehicle performance data into video thanks to a full aluminum body and 7-element lens assembly combined with a circular OLED display. Once you capture your video, choose from a wide array of data to embed, and share it easily using the mobile or des...
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by on December 13, 2018
When the original 6D launched in 2013, it was among the most affordable full-frame cameras available — but not without its drawbacks, including an underwhelming AF system and static screen. The Canon EOS 6D Mark II Camera addresses both of these concerns, and then some. It has the first fully-articulating screen on a Canon full-frame shooter, and pairs its 26.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with a speedy 45-point Cross-type AF system for excellent performance. Its DIGIC 7 image processor enables 6.5 fps...
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by on December 6, 2018
The Leica APO-Summicron-M 50 mm f/2 ASPH lens is widely regarded as one of the sharpest lenses in production. Now you can get one as colorful as the images it captures. This Leica Red Summicron 50mm Lens sports a bright anodized finish that will let it instantly stand out in a sea of black and silver gear. It comes in a gray cowhide case with matching lens cap, and is limited to just 100 examples worldwide. LEARN MORE FROM LEICA / $8,950   #Leica #Red #Summicron #50mm #Lens
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by on December 4, 2018
A design study meant to explore what would happen if you recreated the company's classic designs in a modular way, the Hasselblad V1D 4116 Modular Concept Camera is a glimpse into the future of high-end photography. At its core is a black aluminum box housing a square format, 75 megapixel sensor, inspired by the Hasselblad V. on four sides are fixings for connecting different modules, with the back and top accepting things like displays and viewfinders, and the sides ready for grips and controls...
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by on December 4, 2018
  Leica and instant camera aren't words you see used together very often. Now available in black, The Leica Sofort is the company's take on instant photography, combining the convenience of built-in prints with the brand's signature style and premium build quality. Spitting out 2.44" x 1.81" Instax Mini-format prints ideal for sharing, the camera offers a variety of preset programs that provide point-and-shoot ease for people, sports, selfies, and other common occasions, but this being a Leic...
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by on November 21, 2018
Leica's M series is one of the most heralded in all of photography. The Leica M10 Camerais the latest to join its ranks, offering a mix of old and new technologies that elevate it above the rest. For starters, its body is closer in size to that of the company's film-based M-models, making it more comfortable to use. Likewise, it has manual controls for shutter speed, focus, aperture, and ISO value, a first for a digital M. Yet despite these old-school features, it has a number of advanced improv...
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by on November 20, 2018
We've seen Leicas painted red. We've seen them painted green. Unique among them is the Leica Monochrom Meister Edition Berlin Camera, which isn't painted at all. Created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Leica Store Berlin, both the Monochrom (Type 246) and its companion Summilux-M 1.4/50mm lens were treated in a brown pickling solution, giving them an elegantly understated look that's further enhanced by a gray leather body cover. Limited to just 10 examples, and available exclusively fr...
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