Sony announced the a6400 mirrorless camera with APS-C sensor, 24MP and 11 fps shooting. The camera boasts fast autofocus and 425 phase-detection autofocus points. The autofocus system uses Sony’s 4D Focus technology and features eye recognition for both people and animals. Read more on Sony’s site.
DJI announced a new smart controller with a built-in screen for Mavic 2 Zoom, Pro, and Enterprise models. The new controller allows drone operation without the use of a tablet or smartphone. Further, the display is optimized for use in bright sunlight with a claimed brightness double that of standard smartphones. The controller is available today. Read DJI’s press release here.
Nikon announced the Z6 Filmmaker Kit today. The kit includes a Z6 body, Nikkor 24-70mm F4 S lens, FTZ adapter, Atoms Ninja V, a MOZA Air 2 gimbal and other accessories.
Nikon also announced the “World’s first full-frame 14mm filter-attachable lens” with their Nikkor Z 14-30mm f/4 S Ultra-Wide-Angle Zoom. The lens is designed for both video and stills shooters. See the full press release for both sets of products here.
3 Legged Thing, British, tripod and accessory manufacturer announced their first dedicated L-bracket. The bracket, designed for Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras weighs 67g/0.15lb and is Arca-Swiss compatible. Zelda will be available in either Copper or Metallic Slate Gray colors. Read the full product announcement here.
Leica announced the Leica CL street kit which consists of a Leica CL system camera and a Summicron-TL 23mm F2 ASPH lens. The camera boasts a 2.36 million pixel electronic viewfinder, a 24MP sensor, the ability to shoot 4K video and connects wirelessly to mobile devices with the Leica FOTOS app. Read the Leica announcement here.
Sigma Corporation of America announced that the 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM — its “most anticipated Global Vision lens of the year” will ship for Canon mount in late December 2018. According to Sigma Pro Jim Koepnick, the lens completes “the must have trio” of DG HSM lenses alongside the 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM and 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Art. Read the full announcement here.