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Tokina-AT-X-24-70-f2.8-PRO-FX-full-frame-lens
→ The Tokina AT-X 24-70mm f/2.8 PRO FX lens for Canon mount will start shipping on July 24, 2015.

Casio EX-100F compact camera Casio EX-100F compact camera 2
Casio EX-100F compact camera announced with 60 fps, f/2.8 lens and 12MP sensor (1/1.7").

Kenko-1.4x-and-2.0x-teleconverters-for-Canon-EF-EF-S-lenses
Kenko released new 1.4x and 2.0x teleconverters for Canon EF/EF-S lenses.

Toshiba world smallest 16MP sensor
→ Toshiba announced the "world’s smallest" 16MP sensor (1/2.7").

Yongnuo YN685 flash with integrated YN622C radio
Yongnuo announced YN685 flash with integrated YN622C radio.

Multiblitz-teaser
→ Multiblitz has a new teaser for an upcoming "Studio Essentials".

RED announced firmware update 6.0.23 with stills and motion mode support.

→ The E1 camera project on Kickstarter: small form factor camera with MFT mount, 4k video and "incredible" low light performance for $699.

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  • etr_brony

    Casio compact looks interesting enough

    • FountainHead

      Pass.
      Tiny sensor, dubious build.

    • Was thinking the same. Could be interesting. Usually even these 1/1.7″ sized sensor cameras have 4 or 5x zoom. This 10.7x (28-300mm, unfortunately not starting at 24mm) with f/2.8 throughout (nice!) might speak to a much broader general audience. Keeping it at 12MP makes sure it’s not terrible in lowlight. They’ve always been good at high speed stuff as well.

      • T_1_M

        This is likely the same lens and sensor combination as in the Stylus 1. I’m guessing both cameras are made by Taiwanese ODM.

        Differences:
        * No viewfinder on the casio – slightly sleeker
        * Casio probably has some better video modes as they excel in that area

  • Cinekpol

    “Toshiba announced the “world’s smallest” 16MP sensor” – being the smallest sensor is now a feature?! Amusing.

    • El Aura

      Do they mean that 16 MP is highest resolution available for that sensor size? Otherwise that would be a pretty meaningless statement.
      EDIT: Just checked, the Sony IMX240 is also 16 MP but, drum roll, has a size of 1/2.6″. Panasonic really made a breakthrough by reducing the sensor size to 1/2.7″.

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