If you’re an APS-C photographer or videographer looking for a solid ultra-wide lens that won’t weigh you down and has a bright, constant aperture, you know that it can be a challenge to find one that won’t break the bank. Enter the Sigma 10-18 F2.8 DC DN | Contemporary. This new Contemporary lens is the smallest and lightest F2.8 you can buy; here’s how it stacks up.
The name Hasselblad is legendary. From editorial to fine art and especially in street photography, you’ve probably heard the name if you haven’t seen photographers’ work coming from a Hasselblad. The latest P Series lens looks to take things back to the streets with the XCD 4/28 P. Here’s what we know so far.
Moment has been making some of the best mobile photography lenses for a decade. For context, ten years ago, the standard in mobile photography was the dual 12-megapixel sensor found in the iPhone 7 Plus. In that time the camera on your phone now probably sports a densely packed sensor (48-megapixels or better) and includes focal length options ranging from ultra-wide to super-telephoto (looking at you Samsung Galaxy) in response, Moment has announced the introduction of their T-Series of Lenses. Built for larger sensors and camera lenses, Moment has their eye on the next decade of mobile photography.
Today, Leica announced the next generation Q-series camera – the Leica Q3. I often shy away from hyperbolic announcements but based on what we know so far, this is a major update to one of the most iconic street photography cameras available today. Here’s what a land yacht of a camera buys you.
Today, at Fujifilm’s X Summit in Bangkok the company made a few big announcements for videocentric Fuji fans. It seems like you can’t get too far these without having a dedicated camera for vloggers and Fujifilm delivered on the long-rumored X-S10 replacement, the Fujifilm X-S20. Along with the newly announced camera, Fujifilm also announced a new ultrawide lens, the XF 8mm F/3.5, and a much-needed update to their camera app. There’s a lot to unpack, so let’s jump right into it.
Today, Sony announced their new entry-level vlogging camera – the Sony ZV-1 II. Vlogging is all the rage – at least for camera manufacturers and Sony is not letting up on its dominance of the YouTube creator market. The new ZV-1 II is the follow-up to the ZV-1, a compact-style camera with features aimed at those interested in becoming content creators. The original ZV-1 was a strong entry into the category with a fast lens, decent sensor, and Sony’s (at the time) latest imaging processor but does the new ZV-1 II offer a compelling upgrade for those interested in a step-up camera?