Monday, December 16, 2019

Panasonic announces 16-35mm f/4 and 70-200mm f/2.8 S Pro lenses for L-Mount

Two more lenses for L-Mount bring the Panasonic LUMIX range up to six. There are now over 46 lenses from Leica, Sigma and Panasonic available to owners of Leica and LUMIX cameras.

Leica SL2 due soon, will feature IBIS according to rumours

New information on the forthcoming Leica SL2 has been published on Leica Rumors. According to sources, the camera will be announced within...

That rear screen on your camera: Is it there for composition or chimping?

To chimp or not to chimp? To view on the screen or to use exclusively your viewfinder? What should you do? Mike takes a look at the conflict...

Reid Reviews: Sigma 45mm f/2.8 DG DN For Leica L-Mount

Reid Reviews is one of the most useful places to get a detailed impartial review of a wide range of lenses for M and L mounts — plus many others.

My L-Alliance: What’s in the bag?

Gear rich, time poor. Sometimes it's a struggle to get out and use the gear sitting in the camera bag. Jason took his Panasonic Lumix outfit to work with him and snapped an eclectic bunch of pictures

Leica SL2: Will there be a 24MP version?

Within the next six weeks we will have a new Leica SL, the SL2. How near in specification will it be to Panasonic's existing S1R? And what is the future for the M rangefinder as sensor sizes continue to grow?

Sigma’s full-frame L-Mount fp camera could sell for less than £1,900

According to the latest rumours, the world's smallest full-frame mirrorless camera, the Sigma fp, will cost under £1,900, some £1,000 less than previously thought

Huge mirrorless lenses are here to stay

Huge prime lenses for professional mirrorless cameras are here to stay. The weight and size advantage of early mirrorless designs have been squandered. Only the Leica M system keeps the compact flag flying.

Ten days in Turkey: Ephesus and Pamukkale

When Kevin exchanged modern airport terminals for ancient ruins — and one of the world’s natural wonders.

Macfilos Advertising: A quick link to ARRI

Following an advertisement all the way to Charlotte Street and a dose of cine