Samyang announced the extra-wide angle manual focus 10mm f2.8 ED AS NCS CS lens for APS-C cameras. The lens features 14 elements in 10 groups. Two of the elements are aspherical and one is low-dispersion glass. The combination will provide a 109.5 degree angle of view. The lens is available for Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony E, Micro Four Thirds, Samsung NX, and Fujifilm X mounts. Price varies between $280 US And $399 US depending on the mount.
Fujifilm announced the X-T30 a mirrorless, 26.1MP APS-C camera that will reach the market in late March. The camera is an evolution of the capable X-T20. Additionally, Fuji also released the 16mm F2.8 R WR lens. The camera will be available in three finishes: black, silver, and charcoal. Read the full press release for the X-T30 here. The press release for the lens is here.
Canon rumors reports on patent filings for 500mm f/4 DO IS and 600mm f/4 DO IS lenses. Read the post here. Additionally, a suspected shakeup in Canon’s APS-C lineup may be in the works. Read about it here.
Leica M10-P Safari Edition to be released with a matching Summicron-M 50mm f/2 ASPH lens. — Leica Rumors
According to Nikon Rumors, there are four registered but unannounced Nikon cameras on the way. See the story here. However, according to The New Camera, there is a fifth unannounced body in the works, currently being referred to as the Z9. Read the story here.
The third teaser video for the Olympus E-1MX camera is now online. 43Rumors also reports on the expected video specs of the E-1MX. Additionally, a new Olympus flash system is also on the way. The system consists of the FL-700WR flash, FR-WR receiver and FC-WR commander.