What else is new?

→ Sigma announced pricing and availability of their new 14mm T2 FF and 135mm T2 FF cine prime lenses: $4,999.00 USD each, shipping will begin late July.

→ New ALPA Macro Switar 5.6/105mm lens announced: this is a high-performance lens for image scales of 1:4 to 4:1 where you can optimize the specific image scale via a ring-operated floating element. The lens can be mounted on the ALPA bellows system or fixed mounts for exact reproduction. See what the lens is capable of in this post.

→ The Light L16 camera is now shipping.

→ New interview with Sigma's CEO Kazuto Yamaki (he likes to read rumors websites 🙂

This week’s recap from the rumors and addicts blogs:

Leica M10 firmware update released

The first Leica M10 limited edition is already released in collaboration with Brooks Brothers

Nikon officially confirms they are “developing new mirrorless products”

Important: Nikon expands the previous D750 shutter problem recall, newer cameras could also be impacted

New firmware updates for the Nikon D5 and D500, new versions of ViewNX-i and Camera Control Pro

Iridient X-Transformer 1.0 Beta 4

Venus Optics Laowa Magic Shift Converter (MSC) For Sony FE Mount

Sony a9: Sigma MC-11 Firmware 1.07

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  • TinusVerdino

    No flies were hurt for this shot…..

  • br0xibear

    Sigma’s CEO Kazuto Yamaki is an interesting guy, it’s a pity other camera/lens manufacturers don’t do interviews like this.

    • I agree – I enjoy his interviews. Maybe because Sigma is a family owned company?

  • sausage_grinder

    There are 7 Artisans, 16 lenses on the Light camera, and the D500 has a firmware update. Where are the numerologists to divine what this means about the release of the Nikon mirrorless camera?

  • Eno

    Thank you for the news Peter.
    Like always, it was a pleasure watching an interview with Mr. Kazuto Yamaki. I can’t wait for the Sigma FE mount lenses!

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