The World’s First Modular Magnetic Filter System is now available for preorder on Kickstarter (Click here). Peter Forsgård reviewed it here:
Engadget tested that wild new camera that is on sale on Kickstarter (Click here). What’s special with this new camera is that it uses a Sony STARVIS 2 CMOS sensor that works in light as low as 0.0001 lux. And contrary to other night vision cameras this shows True Colors. In this video you can see how good or bad it works:
As we have seen, the performance of all the existing CFexpress Type A cards seems to be pretty much identical in camera although in our test we have seen differences when offloading to a computer. For many users though the real differences are going to be in things like warranty and long-term reliability which is difficult to test without a large enough sample and of course pricing.
All Type A cards can be found on that BHphoto page (click here).
Mathieu tested them the world’s “blackest” fabric from Ko Pro (some products here on Amazon). Impressive stuff!
Dpreview posted a set of hands-on images. Here are also some more images posted directly by Sony and some by Mobile01:
And this is a comparison with the previous version: