Promoted | Canon’s EOS R full-frame mirrorless camera system, launched in 2018, continues to evolve.
Canon is finally entering the full-frame mirrorless camera market, joining Sony and Nikon in a new battleground for professional-grade camera equipment.
Nikon has unveiled its first full-frame mirrorless cameras, seeking to make up lost ground against Sony in the professional photography market.
Cameras for pros, such as Nikon’s $6 500 D5 and Canon’s $5 500 1D Mark II, were considered unassailable, until now. But Sony’s incursion into professional photography didn’t happen overnight.
Korean electronics giant Samsung says it believes mirrorless cameras will dominate the market in coming years. The company hopes the cameras will provide compact cameras with the sort of functionality usually limited to digital
Sigma’s new 50-500mm F4.5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM is both a mouthful and a handful. Tipping the scales at almost 2kg, and with a 95mm filter thread, the initial temptation is to wield it like a grenade launcher. Sigma calls it the perfect all-round lens; most photographers
Japan’s Sigma makes its own cameras. But it’s far better known as a manufacturer of third-party lenses for more popular camera manufacturers such as Canon, Nikon, Sony and Pentax. Its new ultra-wide angle lens, the Sigma 12-24mm 4.5-5.6 DG