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→ Vello Nikon F lens to Sony E-Mount camera lens AF adapter now in stock. → Canon EF 50mm f/2.5 macro lens listed as no-longer available. → New DZoptics Kerlee 35mm f/1.2 full frame DSLR lens announced.

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New Sony 135mm f/1.8 Carl Zeiss T* lens rumored to be announced next

Sony 135mm f:1.8 Carl Zeiss T* lens

I received a tip from a reader that Sony’s next A-mount lens will be an updated 135 f/1.8 ZA – this is one of their best selling ZA primes and the demand for an updated version is very high. Sony is planning to make the announcement prior to the Photokina show in September. The update […]

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Canon EOS M3 sale

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Three new Zeiss lenses to be announced next week #enterZEISS

Zeiss lens teaser

Zeiss published a new teaser on their Facebook page for three new lenses with the text: Well, well! We have prepared something very special for you. Stay tuned! More to come next week. #enterZEISS One of them looks like the previously rumored Zeiss Milvus 135mm f/2 Apo Sonnar. The second lens will most likely be for […]

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2016 NAB show announcements

2016 NAB show

Some of the new products announced at the 2016 NAB show (see all new product announcements here, NAB special available here, all NAB press releases can be found here):

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Zeiss Batis 2.8/18 super wide-angle autofocus lens for Sony E-mount announced


The Zeiss Batis 2.8/18 super wide-angle autofocus lens for Sony E-mount is now officially announced. The lens will start shipping on May 5th, 2016. The recommended US retail price is $1,499 (open for pre-orders now). The EU price is €1,499 (incl. 19% sales tax). Additional information:

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