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Sigma Apologizes, Says Full-Frame Foveon Camera is Delayed Indefinitely

Sigma's full-frame mirrorless camera with a Foveon image sensor has been sent "back to the drawing board" and delayed indefinitely. In an update posted to the brand's website, Sigma's CEO apologized for the delay, saying that he was "not in a position to offer any specific release plan."

Tamron Apologizes: 17-28mm f/2.8 Will Be Delayed Due to High Demand

The Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8 Di III RXD has only been available for pre-order one week, but already Tamron has had to issue an apology about availability. Apparently demand for the new Sony E-Mount lens has been so high that even those who have already placed an order might have to wait a little while longer to receive their unit—to say nothing of new orders.

Band Uses the Lag in Facebook Live’s Camera Feed for Live Loops

When you go "live" on Facebook, there's actually a delay of several seconds between when your camera records video and when it gets broadcast through Facebook. The band The Academic came up with the absolutely genius idea of using this delay to create a mesmerizing visual loop sampler for the live recording of the song "Bear Claws" in the 6-minute video above.

Rumor: Canon 200-400 f/4L IS 1.4x Delay Caused by Design Flaw and Redesign

Way back in February 2011, Canon announced that it is developing a new EF 200-400 f/4L IS 1.4x super-telephoto lens. Since then, there hasn't been much news on when we might finally see the lens on store shelves, and Canon has issued a couple of press releases stating that it has been delayed. Rumors are now emerging that Canon had to go back to the drawing board with the lens in order to resolve a design flaw that had been reported during tests.