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New Leica 12mm f1.4 Wide-Angle Lens for Micro Four Thirds

Panasonic just dropped their newest addition to their lens line-up – the super-fast wide-angle Leica DG Summilux 12mm f1.4 ASPH for Micro Four Thirds mount bodies. The Leica designation for Panasonic glass is what the “L” series is to Canon lenses, a mark of the highest quality in

Veydra Mini Primes Universal Lens Support

For those of you who are yet not familiar with the Veydra Mini Primes, they are some terrific budget cine lenses with a robust metal housing, matched optics, unified fronts, long focus throw, geared rings and pretty much all you’d expect form cine lenses. Unlike most cine

New 85mm T2.2 Lens From Veydra Mini Primes

Quality and affordability when it comes to lenses, especially to cine primes is a rare occurence. Simply not many options exist. Samyang/Rokinon do make very nice cine-vized lenses, but they are based on their stills variants and certain focal lengths have their quirks. For GH4 and BMPCC

A New Canon EF to BMCC MFT Metabones Speed Booster

Slowly but steadily, Metabones, who are well-known for their innovative and extremely reliable optical adaptors, continue to expand their products line with some new items. At the end of June this year the owners of the BMPCC were able to purchase the long-awaited Metabones EF-to-MFT BMPCC Speed

Panasonic LX100 Shoots 4K Video and Fits Easily In Your Pocket

While Canon are trying to keep the attention of indie filmmakers/videographers/video shooters etcetera with the outdated 1080p/60fps video mode of Canon 7D Mark II, Sony and Panasonic are releasing a brand new 4K camera almost every week now. Recently, Samsung also have joined the party with their brand new

Samyang Announces New 50mm VDSLR T1.5 AS UMC Cine Lens

Korean lens manufacturer Samyang has just announced their latest addition to their Cine lens line-up – the long-awaited Samyang 50mm T1.5 AS UMC lens. The lens completes their cine  lens set of the most popular focal lengths (24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm) and fills the gap between their 35mm