Sigma's latest prime has been specially designed for mirrorless cameras. The 105mm focal length can be extended to 158mm and 210mm with the aid of Sigma's range extenders
The L-Mount Alliance is two years old today. Such a lot has happened in the past 24 months, so much more than anyone expected. It has been a win-win situation for all three participants, including Leica
This photograph of three Panasonic cameras illustrates just how small and light the new Lumix S5 is in comparison with the S1R and GH5.
Panasonic's new baby S5, the solution for those who find the S1 or Leica SL too heavy, offers great performance at an attractive price. And if you order before the end of September you get a free Sigma 45mm lens. Not much not to like about this deal...
Panasonic's mini full-framer, the S5, has arrived at last. It pairs with the 20-60 S zoom as a kit and is reasonably priced here in the UK. The kit, in particular, is something of a bargain. This is the first fully-featured L-mount camera to go head to head with Sony on size and weight...
Macfilos today launches an interactive datasheet of all L-Mount lenses available for use on Pansonic, Leica and Sigma cameras. Use it as your reference point from now on.
The full-frame Panasonic S5 will cost $2,000 when launched on September 2. With the kit lens, the price will be $2,300. Seem interesting deals on the kit, though.
Newly leaked pictures of the forthcoming Panasonic S5 show an S1 lookalike. The camera is said to be arriving in early September.
With the full specification of the forthcoming Panasonic S5 now leaked, the announcement can be expected soon. It appears that the new camera will be smaller than the micro four-thirds G9 and will compet with the Sony A7III and Nikon Z5 on weight.
Sigma's new 85mm f/1.4 is designed specifically for mirrorless cameras and is available in L-Mount and E-Mount. It is 45% lighter than its predessor and offers high performance in a compact body.