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I've been clear for some time that mirrorless is the way virtually all interchangeable lens cameras will go. Again, the reason is that ..read more
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Sun not really out yet in this area, but she was... During my month off in ..read more
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Just before my month-long break I caught up with the mirrorless market by putting out three reviews of various Fujifilm APS-C cameras (X- ..read more
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When Fujifilm re-entered the ILC market with the X-Pro1 in 2012, I have to admit that while I was impressed with the hybrid optical/EVF ..read more
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Sony has once again reorganized its many component parts into "logical" divisions. Actually, to some degree, the new divisions make more ..read more
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Some random notes about mirrorless at the moment. Strategy. At the A7Rm4 introduction, Sony did their usual data-less graph showing that ..read more
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It seems that the Sony A7Rm4 has raised the same questions I get every time we get cameras with more pixels: have we out-resolved lenses? ..read more
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Sony’s announcement of the A7Rm4 seemed a little early—cameras won’t be available for almost two months—but that’s not totally ..read more
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Sony this morning announced the A7R Mark IV (I abbreviate this as A7Rm4). In essence, this ..read more
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Sigma today announced a number of interesting things—FE and L mount lenses, and the DC DN primes now in EOS M mount—but the product ..read more

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