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GH5 back in stock. Metabones Speed Booster is still hard to get. Vintage lenses & The Nebula 5100.

GH5 back in stock. Metabones Speed Booster is still hard to get. Vintage lenses & The Nebula 5100.

May 20, 20171 Comment

Whats Up! Hi everyone! Hope the beginning of summer has been a great start. I’ve been super busy writing for Newsshooter.com and it’s going great. Have you caught any of my post? I’ll be heading to Cine Gear Expo June 1st also for Newsshooter.com. Looking forward to finally seeing the “Mystery Camera” they have. Panasonic […]

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Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8 Lens for Sony E Mount Now In Stock

Zeiss Batis 18mm f/2.8 Lens for Sony E Mount Now In Stock

August 22, 20160 Comments

I need to test the Zeiss Batis lenses out and I wish a 50mm was available, but hey the Batis 18mm f2.8 is now in stock! PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS E-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format Aperture Range: f/2.8 to f/22 Distagon Optical Design Four Aspherical Elements Seven Special Glass Elements Floating Elements System Zeiss T* Anti-Reflective Coating OLED Display […]

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Carl Zeiss Lenses – NEW Milvus Line for EF and F Mount DSLR Camera’s

Carl Zeiss Lenses – NEW Milvus Line for EF and F Mount DSLR Camera’s

September 10, 20150 Comments

Zeiss has been very busy putting out new lenses and now another line has emerged. The Milvus is a full frame lens available for the Canon EF and Nikon F mount. They can also be used on Sony E Mount with an adapter. The Milvus shares the same design characteristics of the Loxia. They are manual lenses designed […]

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New Zeiss BATIS lens line for Sony FE – 25mm f/2.0 and 85mm f/1.8 Coming This Summer

New Zeiss BATIS lens line for Sony FE – 25mm f/2.0 and 85mm f/1.8 Coming This Summer

April 22, 20150 Comments

The Sony A7 cameras are in desperate need of more lens options in full frame with snappy autofocus and who better than Zeiss to step up to the plate with a new line for Sony FE. The Zeiss BATIS are coming! The new ZEISS Batis 2/25 and 1.8/85 lenses are the first full-frame autofocus lenses with […]

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