The Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA) has released its forecasts for cameras and related goods for the 2022 fiscal year.
Sigma has announced its first lenses for the Fujifilm X-mount, a trio of primes covering 16mm, 30mm and 56mm focal lengths, all with f/1.4 maximum apertures.
Panasonic’s long-anticipated Lumix GH6 mirrorless camera features a new 25.2 megapixel sensor and updated Venus Engine processor with ‘next-generation’ video capabilities.
Skylum’s new AI-based image editor, Luminar Neo, which is designed primarily for novice users, is now available worldwide.
BenQ has become the world’s first manufacturer of stand-alone displays to achieve Pantone SkinTone Validation for selected PhotoVue SW and DesignVue PD models.
Smartphone manufacturer, OPPO has announced a 3-year partnership with Hasselblad to co-develop industry-leading camera technologies for its flagship Find series.
Already released for the Canon RF, Nikon Z, Sony FE and Leica M, this popular manual focus lens will now be available with an L-mount for Leica S, Panasonic S and Sigma fp cameras.
Just over a year after OM Digital Solutions split off from Olympus, the company has launched the first major camera for the OM SYSTEM brand, the OM-1.
OM Digital Solutions has also released the M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO II, a second generation model with greatly improved weather resistance.
Mid-March will see the release of the new M.Zuiko Digital 40-150mm f/4 PRO lens for the M4/3 format with a new design and IP53 weather-resistance to match the OM-1 camera.