What else is new?

With only few weeks left till Photokina, there are many news that I already covered on the other blogs or they are just not worth a separate post. Here is a recap on what else is new:

Leica-APO-Macro-Elmarit-TL-60mm-f2.8-ASPH-lens-on-T-camera
→ Leica officially announced a new APO Macro-Elmarit TL 60mm f/2.8 ASPH lens for their T mirrorless camera line.

2 lens for Nikon F mount 1 2 lens for Nikon F mount 3 2 lens for Nikon F mount 4
Yongnuo YN 35mm f/2 lens for Nikon F mount now available.

Canon C700 4K RAW cinema camera
Canon announced a new C700 4K RAW cinema camera.

Panasonic HC-X1 4K Ultra HD professional Camcorder
Panasonic announced the HC-X1 4K 60p/50p/25p/24p Ultra HD professional camcorder with a 20x Leica Dicomar.

Sony-FDR-X3000R-action-camera
→ Sony announced a new FDR-X3000R action camera.

Canon-EOS-5D-Mark-IV-DSLR-camera
→ Canon EOS 5D Mark IV manual is now available for download.

Adobe Camera Raw converter
Adobe will support the new Dual Pixel RAW available in the EOS 5D Mark IV camera.

sigma-lenses
Sigma to release new firmware updates for several lenses that will contain new algorithm to improve AF performance even further.

waterproof outdoor shell) for DxO One camera
→ DxO has released a firmware update and new accessories (Wi-Fi remote control and waterproof outdoor shell) for the DxO One camera (press release).

Canon sensor with global shutter
→ Canon to start selling image sensors to other manufacturers

Canon will supply image sensors to other manufacturers for the first time, anticipating demand for the technology in building self-driving cars, robots and other smart machines. The Japanese maker of digital cameras and office equipment plans to begin selling its CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) sensors within two years and has already assembled a team to launch the business. (Nikkei)

→ New at Kickstarter: The Lomo Instant Automat camera.

→ The GoPro Karma drone is coming soon

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