NEXT EVENT MARCH 2020
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PANASONIC ANNOUNCES A NEW FULL FRAME CINE CAMERA.
The Lumix S1H 6K cine camera has a new sensor. But the headline news here team is 6K video at 24fps and 4K@ 60fps and all this with built-in Log formats for all you high-definition slow-mo aficionados. Price looks like around the AU$5000 mark, give or take.
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New releases & rumours
Well, at least that is what we’ve told our equipment and photo news announcement team. Starting shortly all that stuff will be taking a back seat on this page. Photography tips, tricks, ideas and inspiration will be taking over.
Why, you ask? Because we never intended this page to be about equipment and gadgets. There are thousands of blogs, videos and fanboy sites all over the web praising or vilifying the latest kit.
And, to be honest, it bores us to tears writing this stuff when we could be out creating images.
Canon 90D/M6 mark II plus 3 pro-lenses.
The latest incarnation of Canon’s APS-C CMOS sensor DSLR is about to hit the shelves near your place. Following on from the 40, 50, 60, 70 and 80D’s this camera is set to delight many photographers. Ten fps shooting, 32mp image capture and 4K video plus HD up to 120fps. What’s not to love?
There is also a mirrorless M6 mark II hitting the shelves at roughly the same time. But, that’s not all folks. Three new “Red Circle” lenses are also out and about.
The three lenses are the ones most likely to find their way into most wedding photographers bags — a 15-35mm, 24-70mm and 70-200mm all f2.8’s.
CANON ANNOUNCES A NEW MIRRORLESS CAMERA
Addition to their R series on the way. This one is an Astro-camera explicitly designed for you night owls who love shooting stars.
At the same time, Canon has also laid out its road map for new lenses for the mirrorless series. Exciting times ahead.