Photography News Archive

Nikon Z6 III Announcement: A High-Speed Hybrid

Nikon just announced the highly-anticipated Z6 III, a full-frame mirrorless camera that prioritizes speed and video capabilities. Compared to the previous generation Z6 II, the Z6 III has a much better autofocus system, a best-in-class viewfinder, and the world’s first “partially stacked” CMOS sensor. The video features are particularly improved.

Nikon Z6 III Pre-Order Links

Sometimes with big announcements like this one, the official pre-order links don’t arrive until slightly after the official announcement, but they’re live now! The Nikon Z6 III ships in late June (B&H and Adorama specify June 25) for $2500.

Nikon Z6 III Coming June 17th at 8AM Eastern

We just got an alert from B&H that the Nikon Z6 III will be announced on June 17th, and there’s already a placeholder page on B&H (can’t pre-order until the 17th, though). They also published a pretty good teaser video that you’ll want to check out if you’re interested in this camera.

Panasonic GH7 Announced: A Serious Upgrade

Panasonic has always been known for their focus on hybrid mirrorless cameras that have both video and photo features. And their micro four-thirds GH cameras are essentially video-first, with stronger and more innovative features not available in typical hybrid cameras. This tradition continues with the newly-announced Panasonic GH7. This 25...

Canon RF 35mm f/1.4 L Announced

Canon has just announced their widest mirrorless L-series prime lens yet, the RF 35mm f/1.4 L. The lens has an impressively small form factor and comes with some nice video-oriented features – namely an aperture ring and minimal focus breathing. It ships later this month for $1500.

Photography News: Sigma 28-45mm f/1.8 Art, DSLR Sales

By the time you read this week's Photography News, I'll have left the continent of Europe to be within shouting distance of the Equator. I'm spending the next two weeks in a natural paradise populated by hummingbirds, toucans, tanagers, and of course great people. Meanwhile, I have some interesting equipment...