Sony and Mamiya rumored to launch medium format cameras soon
Both Sony and Mamiya are rumored to announce medium format cameras in the near future. The shooters will be powered by a 50-megapixel CMOS sensor manufactured by Sony. The specs lists of the cameras will employ built-in viewfinders, while photographers are said to control the devices via four classic dials.
Sony medium format camera set to be released within 12 months
Zeiss and Sony are rumored to expand their partnership into other areas of the digital imaging industry. According to the rumor mill, a Sony medium format camera is in the works and Zeiss is giving a helping hand. The shooter will be introduced in 2015, when it is said to be joined by a Mamiya medium format rangefinder as well.
Mamiya Leaf Credo 50 medium format camera announced
Lots of medium format cameras have been launched in 2014, while the rumor mill is claiming that Leica, Sony, Nikon, and Canon are all on the verge of announcing their own models. Meanwhile, the Mamiya Leaf Credo 50 has become official with a 50-megapixel CMOS image sensor. The MF camera is expected to be released soon.
Mamiya 7 could be Sony medium format camera’s inspiration
Sony is preparing to join the medium format market with its own camera and new information has just been leaked on the web. Inside sources have revealed that the upcoming Sony medium format camera will feature a design inspired by the older Mamiya 7, a rangefinder film camera with a medium format sensor.
Emotional “Picture You, Picture Me” series by Emer Gillespie
Photography is not a lost art as more and more talented artists are getting worldwide recognition for their amazing works. One of the series that will impress you most has been captured by Emer Gillespie and her 12-year-old daughter, Laoisha. It has been called “Picture You, Picture Me” and it is an emotional project so you might shed a tear or two.
Phase One reveals Schneider-Kreuznach 2x teleconverter
Phase One is known for making software, but the company has also begun making medium-format cameras after purchasing a stake in Mamiya several years ago. The company is now aiming to provide more flexibility to users of its shooters by providing a Schneider-Kreuznach 2x teleconverter for compatible lenses.