After the recent introduction of the Sony A3000 (an E-mount camera), I have been wondering whether or not Sony would move exclusively to the E-mount and leave the legacy A-mount system in the past. If statements attributed to Sony UK’s head of digital imaging, Frederik Lange, are accurate, then Sony plans to keep on making A-mount cameras. [click to continue…]
The new Sony A3000 E-mount camera that sports a traditional DSLR style is now in stock and shipping at B&H. The A3000 features a 20.1MP APS-C sensor and captures 1080p HD video with an impressive $398 price tag for the body and lens kit. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Alongside the new Sony NEX-5T and A3000, Sony introduced 3 new E-mount lenses to go along with its NEX cameras and new Alpha line of E-mount cameras. [click to continue…]
Japanese Lens Maker Yasuhara, just released a new pair of Nanoha Macro Extension Tubes.
Extension tubes basically allow users to turn interchangeable lenses into macro lenses; making it ideal for those just getting into macro photography or those looking for a more cost effective alternative to spending the big bucks on a new macro lens. It comes in a set, which includes a 10 mm and a 16 mm extension tube so it can be used individually or stacked together.
The new Nanoha Macro Extension Tubes retail for $159 for the pair and are available in Micro Four Thirds mount and Sony E-mount. Check them out here at B&H Photo.
Along with the upcoming Sony ILC-3000, the Sony NEX-5T has leaked out ahead of its official release later this week. The camera is expected to be a minor update to the popular NEX-5R. [click to continue…]
Adorama is now stocking SLR Magic’s line of lenses, including the Noktor 50mm f/0.95 HyperPrime lens and the new Noktor 35mm T 0.95 HyperPrime Cine lens. There are plenty of cool Micro Four Thirds, Sony E-Mount and other lens mount options from SLR Magic.
These ridiculously fast primes could also turn out to be solid mates for the upcoming Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera, along with the 12mm T/1.6 lens, which works out to roughly 36mm field of view equivalent on the Super 16 sensor of the BPCC.
Check out the full line of SLR Magic lenses here at Adorama.