Following the recently announced full-frame cinema lens, Sony is unveiling a new Zeiss full frame zoom lens at Photokina 2014 that it says is one of its fastest. In addition, new accessories.
Sony has added a new full-frame E-mount lens to its lineup that's designed for filmmaking. This cinema lens with power zoom is ideal for Sony cameras like the 4K-capable A7S, but works with all E-mount cameras.
An Upstate New York teenager is petitioning his high school to allow him to use a portrait of him and his cat – with lasers in the backdrop – in the yearbook. The school is leaning toward no.
Ricoh is throwing its weight into the action camera market with its new WG-M1. The camera has a 14-megapixel CMOS sensor that shoots Full HD videos, and an ultra-wide-lens.
In addition to a new limited-edition body option, the X-T1 Graphite Silver from Fujifilm has some technical enhancements. Plus, Fujifilm announces an upcoming firmware update for all X-T1 users, plus a new kit lens.
For fans of instant film who want larger prints, Fujifilm is releasing its Instax Wide 300 camera, which ideal for pro and amateur use. Also announced are Instax Mini 8 and Instax Mini 90 in new colors.
Vievu, maker of wearable police cameras, has designed a compact POV cam for law enforcement situations in the workplace and other events that require documentation. But the camera can also be used for lifestyle activities, too.
German accessory manufacturer Cosyspeed will present new bags for mirrorless cameras at this year's Photokina show, including cases that let you hold your camera like a gunslinger.
Sphero, the maker of connected playthings, has come out with its newest smartphone-controlled toy, Ollie. With a nod to skateboarding culture, Ollie can perform tricks and reach speeds of up to 14 miles per hour.
Epson unveiled two new lower-priced multifunction printers with the company's PrecisionCore printhead technology, offering laser-like print quality and fast speeds. Plus, a standard $99 MFP.