Five new lenses from Sigma join the stream of Photokina announcements this week. Two new Art lenses – a 28mm F1.4 and 40mm F1.4 – as well as a 56mm F1.4 Contemporary, a flagship 70-200mm F2.8 Sports zoom and a wide-range 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 Sport lens have all been announced.
Photokina announcements continue with a new GR III under development from Ricoh. The new large-sensor compact camera will feature an updated lens, sensor and in-body stabilization for the first time.
Hasselblad has joined the queue of mirrorless announcements coming out of Photokina with three new lenses and a teleconverter for their X mirrorless medium format system, including an 80mm F1.9, which is the fastest lens ever released by the company.
As the Photokina announcements continue, Fujifilm has announced some updates for their medium format line, including a new rangefinder-style camera in the GFX 50R, and the development of a 100MP medium format camera, complete with 4K video and in-body stabilization.
It’s Photokina week, and that means time for new camera announcements. We’ll start things off with the brand new Panasonic S1 and S1R, brand new full-frame cameras from Panasonic announced to be in development that use the existing Leica L-mount.