[…] there is much more to like about the camera than I list in this video. For example in camera video color, highlight roll off, audio, etc, etc. Another negative is that its a bit too feature rich, capable and easy to use for it to challenge […] creatively on the streets. For recreational shooting I prefer something more limiting.
And I know there will be 4K crusaders commenting on me liking HD. […] I started shooting 4K Raw video before most you even left 720p. So I know all about it. The fact is that I have use had the HD from the EOS-R projected together with FS7 4K on huge screen and no one notices any difference. Law of diminishing return and the right tool for the job.
Nisi will launch a new 75mm f/0,95 lens in 2019. The Nisi 75mm f/0.95 will be available for Canon EOS R, Nikon Z, and Sony E mounts.
Phillip Reeve tested the Nisi 75mm f/0.95. He says:
The lens is quite big and heavy as is to be expected from one with these parameters. It is a short flange/mirrorless design and will be available for several mounts […]. The prototype we saw is native E-mount and the lens covers the full frame sensor area.
Of course we weren’t able to fully evaluate the cine lenses by spending a bit of time with them at Photokina, but handling and build quality both left a good impression, the focus and aperture rings had a really nice resistance.
The emphasize of the optical design is meant to be on bokeh rendering and indeed I would describe it as very smooth. Contrast and sharpness were more than sufficient as well.
So far we have no clues about the price and the availability.
[via Mirrorless Rumors]
Schneider Kreuznach will soon launch a new series of lenses for full-frame sensors, called Xenon full-frame primes. These high-profile lenses are made for DSLR-videographers (support for 4K resolution) but are perfectly suited for still photography too. Three lenses will make up the initial line-up: T2.1/35mm, T2.1/50mm and T2.1/75mm.