According to L-rumors.com Panasonic will announce the full S1-S1R specs the days around January 30. And Panasonic seems to gear up for the event and sharted these new videos today:
Introducing Sabrina Weniger: A professional photographer based in Düsseldorf and Berlin and part of our very select group of early ZX1 testers. Join us as she talks about her first weeks with the new ZEISS ZX1 and how the camera affected her personal photography flow, all while walking the streets of Düsseldorf’s Little Tokyo in pursuit of that perfect picture.
“Our first impressions are more than good! This lens is relatively light, handy and the optical quality after our first tests is at the rendezvous. In addition the GF100-200mm is stabilized which is very valuable when we have the tremblotte like me
The Fujinon GF100-200mm F5.6 LM OIS WR should arrive in the course of the first quarter of 2019 if our information is correct“
Oh boy! GearHeads like us will go crazy looking at these brand new images of the Nikon 58mm f/0,95 Z lens. And thanks to Nikon photographer Yusuf Kathawala for the first time we can see this lens mounted on the Nikon Z camera. And I have to say that this lens looks less big than I expected.
This image in particular should help to give you an idea:
On the left you see the 58mm lens and on the right the 105mm f/1.4 F-mount lens.
I know it’s still a big lens. But maybe not as crazy big as we all expected. Here are some more images:
Now let’s hope the original $6,000 rumored price tag is wrong and the lens will cost half of that. If not I will have to sell a kidney :)
I always liked the GH5 and G9 ergonomic. And the New Panasonic S1R does follow the same approach. And as you see from the image on top posted by Damien Demolder the size aint’ much bigger either.
For several years Sony had the full frame mirrorless camera market all to itself, but recent introductions from Canon and Nikon have changed the landscape. This week, Chris and Jordan compare the current generation entry-level full frame mirrorless models from each company: the Nikon Z6, Sony a7 III, and Canon EOS R. Watch their analysis to find out where they think each model excels or has room to grow.
Nikon Z7 at BHphoto, BestBuy, Amazon, Adorama, Calumet Germany. WexUk. Jessops. CameraPro.
Nikon Z6 at BHphoto, BestBuy, Amazon, Adorama, Calumet Germany. WexUk. Jessops. CameraPro.
Canon EOS-R at BHphoto, Adorama and Amazon.
Sony A7III at Amazon.