TTArtisans has just officially announced three new lenses: 17mm F1.4 ASPH, 35mm F1.4 and 50mm F1.2 Lens. All the lenses are compatible for Sony E, Fujifilm XF, Canon EOS M and M43 mounts. They will be soon available through Amazon US.
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Sigma has officially announced the new Sigma 105mm F2.8 DG DN Macro Art lens. It is a macro lens provides for Sony E-mount and Leica L-mount mirrorless cameras, featuring a new optical formula comprising 17 elements in 12 groups, including one SLD (Special Low Dispersion) element, a 14cm (5.5″) working distance, an aperture ring that functions either clicked or de-clicked, and a three-zone focus limiting switch and dust- and splash-proof. This new lens costs $799, available for pre-order at B&H/ Adorama. Read More »
Venus has just officially announced the new Laowa 14mm F4 FF RL Zero-D lens for Leica M/L, Nikon Z and Sony E mounts. It is a wide-angle lens, featuring close-to-zero distortion(Zero-D) with 114° angle of view, screw-in 52mm filter thread and the ultra wide perspective, compact and lightweight (weight: 228g, dimensions: 58mmx59mm). You can now pre-order at VenusLens. Read More »
John Riley has just posted a full review of the newly released Nikon Nikkor Z 70-200 F2.8 VR S lens (Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama) at the ePhotozine.com. He tested this new lens on the newly released Nikon Z5 and found such pros: Outstanding sharpness , Very low CA, Modest vignetting, Low distortion, No flare, Beautiful bokeh, Weather resistance, High construction standards, Very well-featured, Superb handling, Fast and accurate AF, Effective VR and OLED information panel. Read More »
Venus Optics Laowa 50mm f/2.8 2X Ultra Macro APO lens was just officially announced. It is the first lens with 2:1 maximum magnification for Micro Four Thirds (MFT) cameras, featuring an apochromatic (APO) design , the built-in chip and motor and the compactness and lightweight also making it as an ideal choice for macro and outdoor photography. This new lens costs $399, available for pre-order at B&H. Read More »