January 2, 2015
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Zeiss says new Loxia wide and tele primes will come by end 2015!

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Zeiss Loxia Lenses — BandPro 2014 from Clint Milby on Vimeo.

Hdslrshooter interviewed the Zeiss US manager and he spilled out some info about the future Loxia lenses (just watch the full video on top). He said a wide and a tele prime lens are very likely to come. And he “believes” those lenses will be on market by end 2015. We don’t know yet if those lenses will be “based” on the ZM line just like it happened with the other two Planar 50mm and Biogon 35mm primes. But let’s take a look at the ZM lens range:

Wide primes:
Distagon T* 2,8/15 ZM (Click here to see images on eBay).
Distagon T* 4/18 ZM (Click here to see images on eBay).
Biogon T* 2,8/21 ZM (Click here to see images on eBay).
C Biogon T* 4,5/21 ZM (Click here to see images on eBay).
Biogon T* 2,8/25 ZM (Click here to see images on eBay).
Biogon T* 2,8/28 ZM (Click here to see images on eBay).

Tele primes:
Sonnar T* 2/85 ZM (Click here to see price on eBay).
Tele-Tessar T* 4/85 ZM (Click here to see price on eBay).

I would really like to see the 21mm f/2.8 and the 85mm f/2.0 :) And you?

Zeiss Loxia store links:
Zeiss Loxia 50mm f/2 Planar T* Lens for Sony E Mount at BHphoto, Adorama., WexUK, CameraPro.
Zeiss Loxia 35mm f/2 Biogon T* Lens for Sony E Mount at BHphoto, Adorama, WexUK, CameraPro.
Zeiss Lens Hood for Loxia 50mm f/2 Planar T* Lens at BHphoto and Adorama.
Zeiss Lens Hood for Loxia 35mm f/2 Biogon T* Lens at BHphoto and Adorama.
Zeiss 52mm Front Lens Cap for Touit and Loxia Lenses at BHphoto and Adorama.
Zeiss De-Click Key for Loxia Lenses (5-Piece Set) at BHphoto and Adorama.
Zeiss Rear Lens Cap for Loxia E-Mount Lenses at BHphoto and Adorama.

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January 2, 2015
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Atomos 4K and A7s double review at Newshooter and EosHD.

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Sony a7S/ Atomos Shogun 4K And HD Test from Matthew Allard ACS on Vimeo.

We have two new A7s with Atomos 4K recorder test and as you will read the reviewers conclusions are not very positive:

Newshooter (Click here) writes:

Overall the Shogun ticks a lot of boxes and I think most users will be very happy with it. At the end of the day the Shogun delivers what it promises – 4K recording on a budget, a great screen and easy to use interface.

EosHD writes:

I’m learning as I go when it comes to the feel of the images and how it compares to the 1D C, GH4 and NX1 in 4K. So far the A7S 4K image to the Shogun has impressed but it isn’t as good as the 1D C. I think it’s great for enthusiasts and low-budget filmmakers who want to max out image quality on the A7S. But for me the shortcomings are significant

And a bug report: FYI on how the Sony a7S breaks SLog 2 when outputting via HDMI (Atomos Forum).

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January 1, 2015
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Super Sony A and E-mount savings ending on January 3. Grab them now!

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Just got a note from BHphoto saying the big Sony savings will end on January 3 already. So better to check out the full deal list on those special pages at BHphoto (Click here) and Adorama (Click here) if you plan to buy some A or E-mount stuff!
Also ending soon is the refubrished NEX-5T double lens kit for $399 only sold on eBay US (Click here).

More new deals:
$50 off on the Lexar 128GB Class 10, Professional 400x SDXC UHS-I Memory Card sold at Adorama (Click here).
$100 off on the Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home Shoulder Bag for DSLR Camera, Navy/Rust Red at Adorama (Click here).

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January 1, 2015
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Samyang will soon announce a new 135mm lens!

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Samyang/Rokinon announced on facebook that they will launch a new lens in January. Easy to guess from their teaser that it’s likely to be a new 135mm lens :)

found via Photorumors.

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January 1, 2015
Posted in news

Sony Tidbits…

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Church on Boxing day – a Nebula 4000 Lite test from Dan Chung on Vimeo.

Easy tutorial on Color Grading Slog from the A7S on Youtube.
RX1R review at Graverholtfoto.
Sony RX100 III, Canon G7X, Canon G1 X II, Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 and Fujifilm X30 battle at Lonelyspeck.
Atomos SHogun first look (Updated) on 3D-kraft.
The Absolutely Amazing Sony A7s (Soundimagesplus).
A change.org petition asks Sony to remap the video record function to the shutter release button in movie mode.
Gimbal for the RX100m3 at Walkera.
TEST / Ninja-Like Sony Alpha 7S Works Swift & Silent in the Dark (Digitalversus).
A6000 test at Dime.
Back-Button AF using a Sony Alpha A7 camera (Alpha Creative Skills).
Your A7s has a major design flaw (HDwarrior).
Zeiss Loxia Lenses Score for Manual Lens Aficionados (Photographicwanderings).

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