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Sigma 50mm Matches the Otus in Almost All Tests, Said to Cost One-Fourth as Much

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Just days after publishing their glowing review of the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art series lens that ranked it leaps and bounds ahead of the Canon and Nikon competition, SLRgear finally got their hands on the ZEISS Otus for comparison.

And it seems ZEISS will have to work hard to justify the rumored price difference between those two lenses… Read more…

Canon Is Allegedly Charging Customers To Repair Known Issues With Gear

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Last week, we told you about an internal memo published by Canon Rumors that supposedly revealed Canon’s 1D X (and likely 1D C) cameras were having autofocusing issues in sub-freezing temperatures. But it seems that might have only been the tip of the internal service memo iceberg. Read more…

Leaked Photo of Rumored Leica T Type 107 Mirrorless Camera Appears Online

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The rumored, 4K capable Sony A7s that we’re supposed to see for the first time tomorrow evening isn’t the only mirrorless camera set to drop in April. The Leica/Panasonic partnership is also working on a mirrorless shooter — the long-rumored Leica T Type 107 — and we just got to see our first picture of it thanks to the folks at Leica Rumors. Read more…

Breaking Rumor: Sony to Announce the All New Full-Frame E-Mount A7s in Two Days

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It’s been a very interesting 48 hours for rumors, and it may have just reached its climax. According to sonyalpharumors, there is a brand spankin’ new Sony full-frame E-Mount camera set to launch on Sunday! Read more…

Canon 1D X and 1D C May Have Autofocus Issues… When Shooting Below 0° C

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A report on Canon Rumors is pointing out an issue with Canon’s flagship full-frame DSLR and its Cinema counterpart: the 1D X and 1D C. Apparently users have been reporting problems with the 1D X’s AF when shooting in less than 0° C, and if an anonymous report sent to CR is accurate, Canon knows about the problem. Read more…

Yet Another Rumor Suggests that Fuji Will be Going Full-Frame Mirrorless Soon

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Murmurings that Fujifilm will be one of the next companies to introduce a full-frame mirrorless camera aren’t new. The X200 is supposedly going to be full-frame and Fuji’s executives themselves confirmed that they “would like to challenge” the full-frame market when they spoke to DPReview at CP+.

Pilling on to all this talk is a new piece of info sent to Fuji Rumors that seems to indicate the X200 isn’t the only camera Fuji might be packing a full-frame sensor into. According to the tipster — who is a new source, so extra salt on this one — the X-Pro2 is also going to be a full-frame camera. Read more…

Rumor: Nikon Has a D9300 On the Way, Is This the Mythical D300s Successor?

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Nikon Rumors just reported a big one! Vague, but big. According to the well-connected rumor site, they have received the first ever “reliable” tip about a brand new high-end DX format (read: APS-C size sensor) DSLR from Nikon: The D9300. Read more…

Rumor: Fuji No Longer Making an X-Pro1s, Will Focus All R&D on the X-Pro2 Instead

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If you follow the rumor mill — and given how accurate rumor sites have gotten lately, many people do — you’ll know that the next big Fuji release was rumored by some to be the X-Pro1S. That, it seems, may have changed since the release of the X-T1. Read more…

The Canon EOS 1 Smartphone, Powered by Android … and Sprinkled With Fairy Dust

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From the looks of a recent rumor over on Canon Rumors, we might soon see a Canon branded smartphone. While there’s no information on what cell phone manufacturer they’re working with, it’s safe to say with Canon entering the market, this device may become the smartphone camera to beat.

What is that, you say? Look at the calendar? OhRead more…

New Details Imply the Rumored Sony MF Camera Will be Mirrorless

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Sonyalpharumors has gotten ahold of some more details about the rumored Sony medium format camera we mentioned earlier this week, and it seems this camera will be very portable indeed. Read more…