What is the point of the “safe harbour” law? Vimeo may well be asking themselves the same question!
The E-M1 II is one of my favourite cameras. Now the high-end version has been officially unveiled, I have to say I am a little bit disappointed. I had expected an all-new technological marvel to justify the price tag… Instead the E-M1X is very much based on 2-year old technology from the E-M1 II.
It is a little bit like an E-M1 II with a firmware update and vertical grip.
Full blog post soon.
Olympus E-M1X Full Specification…
An EOSHD Forum member (thanks!) spotted this on a Chinese camera forum. It appears Z mount is indeed able to take Sony E-mount lenses with infinity focus and the adapter shown here features electronic contacts.
Nikon has registered several new models with the wireless agencies worldwide, with rumours that a high-end mirrorless Z9 is due to be released this year, along with a more affordable Z5 aimed at the lower-end of the full frame market around $1200. The first affordable Nikon APS-C DSLR to shoot non-cropped Super 35mm 4K is expected to be the Nikon D5700.
This cut-price unimaginative attempt to corner the Vlogger market is a load of shit.
Oops. This will be a short blog post.
If you enjoyed my Super 16mm c-mount adventure on the new EOS M50, you might want to take a look at the latest Magic Lantern endeavours on the original EOS M. Pictured above is mine with the Kern-Switar 26mm F1.1.
My friend Dave Altizer over at Kinotika found some bounty at CES which others missed – the first ever 8K Micro Four Thirds camera.
Alas it is not a Panasonic.