Sigma recently announced a bunch of compelling new products, and we had the opportunity to chat with company representitive Jared Ivy about our favorites. In this video, we take a look at the new 18-35mm f/1.8 lens, the world's first f/1.8 constant-aperture zoom. We also learn some interesting tidbits about the Sigma USB Dock for lenses, and we get a first look at the new 24-105 f/4 optically-stabilized zoom.
Tethering is an evolving field ever since digital came into the picture. Luckily, TetherTools has you covered. Featuring everything from your basic cable (a nice bright orange, so you can see it) to stands and support for iPads and laptops.
Join us for a chat with Richard Pelkowski from Olympus about the exciting new OM-D E-M1 mirrorless camera. It features a 16.3MP Live MOS Micro Four Thirds sensor, dual-phase and contrast-detection autofocus, a 2,360k-dot electronic viewfinder, and a whole lot more.
Samsung combined the DSLR and tablet experiences with the Galaxy NX. For tablet use, it features a 4.8" touchscreen display and a 1.4GHz quad-core processor running on top of Android 4.2. Samsung says an upgrade to Android 4.3 is likely, but the details haven't been finalized yet. The Galaxy NX gives you full access to the Google Play Store, comes equipped with built-in WiFi, and supports GSM LTE.
We had the chance to speak to Mike Bubolo from Sony about what are arguably the most exciting new products on display at PhotoPlus 2013: the new a7 and a7R digital cameras. They're the world's first mirrorless full-frame cameras, and they're about half the size and weight of normal-sized DSLRs.
The Schneider Optics booth is minimal, but it has a couple of cool things set up. First is the iPro Lens system for iPhones. It uses a compact case, with a bayonet-style mount to attach lenses. And it looks nice enough to stay on your phone at all times. It adds some new capabilities to your phone with fisheye, macro, and telephoto options available.
Fujifilm has been busy expanding their X-Series lineup of digital cameras, so we caught up with company representative Kayce Baker to talk about the new X-E2 and XQ1. The X-E2 is a mirrorless body that features a 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans II CMOS sensor. The XQ1 is a compact, pocketable camera with a 12MP 2/3" X-Trans CMOS sensor. Both models feature built-in Wi-Fi for easy file sharing.
Prices, specifications, and images are subject to change without notice. Not responsible for typographical or illustrative errors. Manufacturer rebates, terms, conditions, and expiration dates are subject to manufacturers printed forms