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Nikon will release cheaper (non-S) mirrorless Z lenses in the future

A reader spotted the above table at the Nikkor Z brochure that mentions “other” non-S mirrorless Z lenses described as “optimum balance between advanced functionality, compactness and value for money”: Other Lenses Lenses other than the S-Line series will be announced at a later date. Well-balanced, high-performance lenses These lenses strike an optimum balance between advanced functionality, compactness and value for money, while retaining the basic concept of the S-Line series.

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Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S lens review at Cameralabs

Cameralabs published their Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S lens review – their verdict: “The Nikon Z 24-70mm f2.8 S is a general-purpose zoom designed for Nikon’s full-frame Z-series mirrorless cameras and aimed at professional photographers. The first native zoom in the Z series with an f2.8 focal ratio, the Z 24-70mm f2.8 S dispenses with the retracting barrel of the f4 models for a more traditional appearance, but becomes the first with a dedicated manual focusing ring in addition to a separate custom ring, as well as a customisable function button and an OLED display, the latter indicating focal length, aperture, focusing distance and depth-of-field in a similar way to the Zeiss Batis lenses. The lens itself is inevitably heftier than the f4 version in the range, but manages to be shorter and lighter than its Nikkor DSLR equivalent thanks to a new optical design.” Amazon now lists the shipping date for the Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S lens as April 11th: B&H lists the shipping date as April 29th: Amazon UK says April 30th, Calumet.de date is April 25th.

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So what has become of the rumored EOS R and C200 video feature updates?

Prior to the latest announcements from Canon,  it was also rumoured that Canon would be adding 4.2.2. internally to the Canon Cinema EOS C200 and Read more…

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Panasonic Lumix G90 First Impressions

The Panasonic Lumix G90 (also known as the Lumix G95 in some territories) is a new hybrid mirrorless camera for enthusiast photographers and videographers, offering 20 megapixel resolution and using the Micro Four Thirds lens mount. Despite recently launching the Lumix S1 full-frame camera system, Panasonic have underlined their ongoing commitment to the G-series Micro Four Thirds range by unveiling the new G90 just a couple of months later. We were shown a pre-production version of the Lumix G90 / G95 by Panasonic ahead of today’s launch.

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Panasonic Lumix G90 Hands-on Photos

Want to see exactly what the new Panasonic Lumix G90 mirrorless camera looks like in the flesh? Check out our extensive hands-on gallery of photos of the Panasonic Lumix G90 mirrorless camera, including all the menu screens and a side-by-side comparison with the Fujifilm X-T3.

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Panasonic Lumix G90 Mirrorless Camera – 20 Megapixels, 4K Video, 5-Axis Dual IS, Weatherproof

The Panasonic Lumix G90 is a new mirrorless camera aimed at both amateur photographers and vloggers. Featuring a 20.3-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor, the latest Venus Engine and 5-axis Dual I.S., the Panasonic G90 can record 4K 30p video for an unlimited time, with a 3.5mm headphone jack, headphone socket and V-Log L included. The Panasonic G90 will be available in June 2019, with an anticipated retail price of £899.99 / €1,075.00 (Ireland) body only, £1,079.99 / €1,290.00 with a 12-60mm lens, or £1,259.99 / €1,505.00 with a 14-140mm lens.

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