There is no major issue, as we all know Canon all DSLR camera comes with built-in lens correction tool that corrects Peripheral illumination, Chromatic aberration and Diffraction once the shot is captured. Every Canon EOS camera have lens database inside and apply lens correction algorithm only when native Canon lenses mounted on it. Lens correction tool doesn’t work with third party lenses and the second thing don’t try to adjust focus ring while lens is on AF mode, Manual Override not available with Sigma lenses.
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Photokina is over and the biggest announcement of the show according to me is Fuji GFX50S (announcement page here). To compete against Fuji GF50S and to save DSLRs & Lenses sale they both should announce a Medium Format as well as Fullframe sensor based Mirrorless system cameras.
Losing battle ground silently
If you don’t have a product then people will get it from a different manufacturers. If you want to get a fullframe mirrorless camera you have only one option – select a camera from Sony A7 series. And If we want to get a Compact Medium format mirrorless camera then we have Hasselblad X1D or Fuji GFX 50S as option in our front.
The the graph you see above clearly shows us how Sony emerged as the leader of Mirrorless camera industry. The stats taken from market research firm NPD. According to the research team Sony has emerged as the un-disputed #1 mirrorless camera maker for the last four years running.
Fact of the matter is Digital Camera do attracting more investors and young age photographers. Due to less availability of quality Mirrorless and Affordable options in CanNikon FF group user moving towards Sony and other third party manufactures.
Ignorance is bliss – Until you hit the ground
Nikon does have (only 1) Medium Format Lens Patents (See here –Article published at Sep 2013). And surprisingly Canon isn’t interested in Medium Format. Again, Just like fullframe mirrorless market ruled by Sony. It’s look like in upcoming years either Fuji, Hasselblad or Sony will take over the Medium format Mirrorless Market.
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Canon patent a new lens for 1.5inch sensor camera, the Canon 1.5 inch sensor only used in only Canon G1X series camera. So, either Canon G1X Mark III or Canon G1X Mark IV is coming with the lens mentioned below.
Text translated from Japanese
Canon is corresponding to 1.5 “sensor of equivalent 24-120mm equivalent of 13-65mm F2-5.8 patent is being filed. PowerShot It is a good G1 X Mark II is more compact.
Patent Publication No. 2016-166972
Filing date 2015.3.10
Zoom ratio 4.71
Focal length 13.85 36.00 65.22
F-number 2.07 5.15 6.00
Angle of view 36.23 18.00 10.17
Image height 10.14 11.70 11.70
Overall length of the lens 86.64 94.70 104.04
BF 13.07 24.04 23.10
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Olympus E-M1 Mark II announced today, the camera features newly developed 20MP 4/3 sensor by Olympus. The Hybrid Sensor features 121 cross-type AF points. The Autofocus system is backed-up by Dual Quad core processor, one of them dedicated for AF work only.
Noise performance of the camera is improved with dynamic range by 1EV, the Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera also coming with a High Capacity battery with fast chagrining.
The camera BEST feature of Olympus E-M1 Mark II camera is it’s continuous shooting mode. E-M1 Mark II is capable to shoot 18 fps in Raw, with Full AF Support 60 fps at full-res Raw. I have never seen such continuous shooting speed delivered by any mirrorless camera.
The camera features 50 Megapixel High Res Shot Mode, in-body 5-Axis Image Stabilization with a maximum of 5.5 shutter speed steps of compensation performance and the camera also supports Dial IS system where it can sync with IS lenses to provide a maximum of 6.5 shutter speed steps of compensation.
The Camera can also shoot 4K video up to 236mbps and it can utilize its hybrid AF points while recording a video.
Continue reading Olympus E-M1 Mark II – Hybrid Sensor, Dual IS and 60 fps at full-res Raw
Fuji GFX50S is the name of recently announced mirrorless medium format camera of Fuji. Fuji cut down the mirror to make the camera size more compact and portable as well as to stop the 15% resolution loss caused by the Mirror. After evaluating all the possible consequences they have decided to make a Mirrorless Medium format camera.
The Fuji GFX50S Sensor size is 1.7X larger than the current Fullftame cameras like Canon 1DX Mark II and Nikon D5 and approx 4times more than APS-C Sensor based Camera.
Fuji Made Sensor
As many websites (including us) were speculating that Fuji will use same sensor as of Pentax 645Z or Hasselblad X1D (both camera shares same Sony made 50 MP FF Sensor), but Fuji surprised us when they said the Sensor is completely new and made by Fuji engineers.
The Fuji GFX 50S is offering extensive control just like a bigger version of Fuji X-Pro2 camera.
Lens and Mount
The Fuji GFX 50S camera built with the new G Mount. Fuji will announce three new lenses GF 63mm F2.8 R WR, a GF32-64mm F4R LM WR and GF 120mm F4 Macro. In 2017 Fuji will also announce 4 new lenses. The Fuji GF23mm F4 R LM WR and GF110mm F2 coming in Mid 2017 and a GF45mm F2.8 R WR in late 2017
Pricing and availability
The new FUJIFILM GFX system will be available in early 2017 in the U.S. with pricing to be announced at a later date. We expect that Fuji GFX 50S camera paired with 63mm Standard prime lens will cost you approx $10,000.
Continue reading Fuji GFX 50S – Mirrorless Medium Format Camera from Fuji
Buy Sony A99 II from B&H
Sony A99 II finally announced by Sony today, the camera features 42 megapixel CMOS sensor same as of Sony A7R II camera. The standard ISO range of the camera is 100-25600, expandable to ISO 50 – 102,400. And it can also record 4K at 100Mbps (using XAVC S) with full sensor read-out and no pixel binning, both stills and video supported by 5 axis image stabilization system. Sony A99 II Hybrid AF system with 399 + 79 AF points. The camera can shoot upto 12frames per second with continuous AF tracking.
Continue reading Sony A99 II Announced – Press Release , Full Specification and More…
Olympus E-M1 Mark II image leaked today, we have already published the list of the lenses and accessories that may arrive with the camera here.
If you remember we told your earlier that after Canon 5D Mark IV the next big announcement will be Olympus E-M1 Mark II. So if you are a professional shooter and looking for a mirrorless camera then wait, the Olympus E-M1 Mark II will sure impress you.
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