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Convert Your Sony A7r to Full Spectrum for Infrared Photography

Infrared photography is one of the most popular creative styles for both film and digital, but for the latter, you'll need to have a camera modified specifically for this purpose. If you've ever been curious about how cameras are converted to enable them to shoot in infrared, fortunately, there are brave and experienced photographers like Davin Lavikka who show us how it's done.  thephoblographer.com »

2019-7-12 22:00

Things We’d Like to See in a $900 Nikon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera

In the not too distant past it was impossible to find Full Frame cameras for what could be considered affordable prices, but oh how times have changed. We are living in a world where photographers can now get their hands on Full Frame Mirrorless cameras for just over $1,000, and while that's not 'cheap' it's a heck of a lot less than they used to be. thephoblographer.com »

2019-6-24 01:00

Here’s Why a Fujifilm Full Frame Camera Isn’t Coming Anytime Soon

Fujifilm has already launched some pretty landmark cameras of the digital age, but there's still one thing missing in their line-up: a Full Frame masterpiece. Despite the clamor for it, however, the company has made it clear in a recent interview with Fujifilm's Shinichiro Udono, Jun Watanabe, and Takuya Noguchi at the CP+ 2019 by French website Photo Trend. thephoblographer.com »

2019-3-20 01:00

Sony claims they can theoretically do f/0,63 fast Full Frame E-mount lenses!

During the Sony A6400 presentation (video here on minute 8) Sony officially addressed the (negative) E-mount myths that are “running” on the web: Myth 1: E-mount was built for APS-C but not for Full Frame Back in September Leica CEO claimed that E-mount was designed for E-mount and therefore Sony had challenges in making FF […] The post Sony claims they can theoretically do f/0,63 fast Full Frame E-mount lenses! appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com »

2019-3-7 18:25

3 Full Frame Cameras Around $1,000 to Step up to From APS-C

Full Frame cameras can be quite expensive to purchase, and that's one of the main reasons why a lot of first time buyers opt to go with a DSLR or Mirrorless camera that has an APS-C sensor. There's absolutely nothing wrong with that at all as there are some fine APS-C cameras on the market, but there are some Full Frame gems out there that cost right around $1,000 that will beat most APS-C offerings when it comes to overall image quality, and low light performance. thephoblographer.com »

2019-1-24 02:00

Kipon adds Nikon Z and Canon R mounts to medium format lens adapter range

Chinese optics manufacturer Kipon has added the Nikon Z and Canon R mounts to its range of medium format to full frame camera adapters. The company claims the adapters ‘virtually eliminate any crop factor’ by way of optics within the adapter that compensate for the difference in imaging areas of the full frame and medium format systems, and says the diagonal angle of view is maintained. dpreview.com »

2018-12-14 00:58

October Full frame mirrorless share: Sony 67%, Canon 22% and Nikon 10%

  Now we know what impact the new Canon and Nikon Full Frame cameras had in Japan. BCNrankingy published the Full Frame mirrorless sales data for the month of October (for Japan only). With the introduction of the new EOS-R and Z7 cameras the Sony FF mirrorless share dropped from 99,5% (0,5% is Leica) down […] The post October Full frame mirrorless share: Sony 67%, Canon 22% and Nikon 10% appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com »

2018-11-9 19:31

Sony claims to be number one worldwide in mirrorless and Full Frame market

At the Photokina press event Sony did show this slide where they claim two things: 1) During the first half of the 2018 year they became number 1 on the worldwide Full Frame market 2) From 2010 til 2017 they were Number 1 in the worldwide mirrorless market And here is a Sony interview from […] The post Sony claims to be number one worldwide in mirrorless and Full Frame market appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com »

2018-9-28 17:53