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As 2020 draws to a close and Nikon gears up for its final product releases of the year, we caught up with Keiji Oishi, Satoshi Yamazaki and Takeshi Suzuki to talk about the upcoming Z 6/7 II, and where the Z system goes from here.
Nikon's mirrorless lens roadmap just moved two steps further forward with the launch of the new 14-24mm F2.8 S and 50mm F1.2 S for Z-mount. Read on to learn more about these two premium Z-mount lenses.
Former White House photographer Pete Souza has served two presidents. With a new documentary, 'The Way I See It' set to premier this week, we spoke to Pete about his work, what makes a good presidential photographer and why he's no longer content to let the pictures do the talking.
Canon has released firmware 1.1 for the EOS R5. Alongside a flurry of minor bug fixes, the new firmware also promises to improve video shooting times. We've had the new firmware for a few days, and prepared a test.
Birds, spiders, cats, squirrels, planes, boats, distant mountains and (naturally) the moon. These are just a few of the things that we pointed the Canon RF 600mm F11 IS STM at this weekend. Check out our gallery of real-world samples to take a closer look.
The Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG DN Art is the latest in the company's 'DN' (Digital Native) lens lineup, designed specifically for use with mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. Click through this article for a closer look at Sigma's latest portrait prime lens.
We spoke to AP's Director of Photography J. David Ake about why the agency has decided to switch to Sony cameras, and what it means for AP staff photographers and videographers.