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Sony puts final bullet in A-mount cameras
By James Artaius about 19 hours agoSony's A-mount system has finally been Old Yellered, as the last cameras have been removed from its websiteSony has quietly put the final nail in the coffin of its A-mount camera system, as the last remaining DSLRs have been removed from its website – and have correspondingly been listed as discontinued by retailers.At the end of April, it seems that Sony calmly led the Sony A99 II, Sony A77 II and Sony A68 cameras into the back yard and gave them the Old Yeller treatment, delisting them from the interchangeable lens cameras on the company..
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Samyang AF 24mm F1.8 FE Astro Focus Mode
AF 24mm F1.8 FEThe new tiny lens is designed for landscape and astrophotography photographers. Thanks to its compact size and light weight with minimized coma and short minimum focusing distance, you can enjoy photography day and night. This lens provides outstanding corner-to-corner image quality from maximum F1.8 aperture and smooth and natural-looking bokeh. The new features of Astro-Focus Mode and LED index maximize the usability for capturing the night sky.Product Planner / Jihoon LeePreviousNextMasterpiece for Astrophotography      This new Tiny lens will ma..
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Tamron 150-500mm F/5-6.7 Di III VC VXD
Mastering the magical world of 500mm ultra-telephoto zoom lensesAn astonishingly compact ultra-telephoto zoom lens with image stabilization specifically designed for Sony E-mount full-frame mirrorless camerasThe 150-500mm F/5-6.7 Di III VC VXD (Model A057) zoom lens for Sony E-mount full-frame mirrorless cameras upends conventional wisdom for ultra-telephoto zoom lenses, with a very compact design and high image quality. The 150-500mm F5-6.7 achieves a 500mm focal length while retaining a compact size, with a length of just 209.6mm (8.3 in) and a maximum diameter of 93mm, enabling comfortable ..
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Canon developing 150MP camera? There IS smoke to this fire…
By James ArtaiusFive years ago, Canon announced a 120MP DSLR – so the new rumor of a 150MP EOS R isn't THAT crazy(Image credit: Canon)Here's a crazy rumor for you: Canon is developing a 150MP version of the Canon EOS R. Want to hear something even crazier? There is good reason to believe that this is entirely true.We've known for over a year that the manufacturer has been developing at least two Canon EOS R successors, one a professional-grade body and one a high-resolution body. The former was envisioned to replace the Canon EOS 5D, and materialized as the Canon EOS R..
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Win a trip to Rugby World Cup 2019™
Win a trip to Rugby World Cup 2019™The ultimate trip to Rugby World Cup in Japan with Canon photography kit to capture your momentsHistory in the TakingWho can forget historic moments like legend Brian O’Driscoll’s record 17 games for Ireland at four Rugby World Cups. Or the delight on the Japanese fans’ faces when they defeated the mighty South Africans in the last Rugby World Cup™. History will unfold again. And you could be there.Win a trip to Rugby World Cup 2019™ in JapanYou could win a dream trip to Rugby World Cup 2019™ where you can take some history of your own. Simply enter your deta..
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Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2019
Leica Camera AG is pleased to announce the starting date of the submission phase of the Leica Oskar Barnack Award (LOBA) 2019: professional and up-and-coming photographers can submit entries to the international photographic competition at www.leica-oskar-barnack-award.com from 1 March to 1 April 2019. Up-and-coming photographers will be particularly pleased to hear that the age limit in this category has been raised. This year is the first time that up-and-coming photographers up to the age of 28 can take part in the Leica Oskar Barnack Award Newcomer competition.The international jury of exp..
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