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  1. dirk

    News Interview Imaging Resource with K. Yamaki

    Hi, the website imaging resource has published an interview they have done with Kazuti Yamaki, CEO of Sigma) about the L-MOUNT alliance. Nothing new for our L-Mount-forum.com members. Same as in the Sigma event at Photokina, Mr. Yamaki saud that there will be no SA-mount Sigma camera...
  2. dirk

    Sigma lenses - more than you think!

    Sigma is one of the three cooperation partners within this new L-MOUNT alliance. In my view, Sigma plays a very important role. They are able more than anybody else to chnage their existing fullframe lenses into native L-MOUNT lenses. Panasonic will also develop new L-MOUNT lenses. Around 10...
  3. dirk

    Panasonic at Photokina

    Here are some images so that you get an idea how the booth of Panasonic looked like. I found it very positive that they (like last Photokina too) made a strong effort in showing images. It is really impressive what you can get out of MicroFourThirds small sensor. There...
  4. dirk

    Panasonic S1 and S1R - what would you like to know?

    On Tuesday Panasonic announced at Photokina two fullframe mirrorless cameras. The Panasonic Lumix S1 with 24MP and the Panasonic Lumix S1R with 47MP. There is a mockup available but this does not have to look like the final product. Not that many features are known yet. Panasonic said, that...
  5. dirk

    Videos about the Panasonic Lumix S1/S1R

    Gordon Laing (cameralabs.com). A really nice guy. I met him this year at Photokina. He makes in depth reviews, both on his website but also in form of different videos. Some are very long (around an hour), some quick overview videos which are a lot shorter then. This one is a quick one, but...
  6. dirk

    Press release Panasonic Lumix S1/S1R

    First Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras powered by Panasonic · Panasonic launches two models of its first Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera with a 35 mm full-frame image sensor · The S1R and the S1 cameras are the world's first*1 to support 4K 60p/50p video recording ·...
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