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Leica M-D camera rumored to be announced on March 10

Leica will hold a product launch event on or around March 10 in order to reveal a few new products. One of them is a mass-production version of the M Edition 60, which will go by the name of Leica M-D. On the other hand, there will be three new tilt-shift lenses for the Leica SL full-frame mirrorless camera.

Canon tilt-shift lenses rumor

Unique Canon tilt-shift IS lens patented in Japan

Canon was previously rumored to be working on a unique macro lens. Eventually, it was revealed that the optic could be a tilt-shift model. However, there is more where that comes from: built-in image stabilization technology. The Canon tilt-shift IS lens has just been patented and it might come to a store near you in the future.

Canon tilt-shift 24mm lens

Canon tilt-shift macro lens rumored to be in development

Remember that unique lens with macro capabilities from Canon? It is back in the rumor mill and it is more exciting than some people have hoped. It appears that the product in question is a Canon tilt-shift macro lens that is already in development and is on its way, as EF-mount users may get it sometime in 2016!

Canon 90mm f/2.8 tilt-shift lens

Canon still working on new TS-E 45mm and 90mm lenses

We have news for the people asking about new Canon tilt-shift lenses. Unfortunately, it appears that new TS-E 45mm and 90mm lenses are not coming by the end of this year. Fortunately, the company is still working on them and improved tilt-shift optics might actually be released on the market in 2016.

Sony SLT-A77 II

Tilt-shift Sony A-mount lens rumored to be in the works

Sony says that it will keep supporting its A-mount, although there is limited proof of that happening. However, the rumor mill is claiming the same thing and it appears that a tilt-shift Sony A-mount lens in in development. The company is said to be working on a couple of new optics, one of them being a lens for tilt-shift photography.

Canon tilt-shift lenses rumor

Three new Canon TS-E lenses coming at Photokina 2014

Canon is believed to kickstart its “year of the lenses” by introducing a couple of wide-angle zoom optics soon. However, the period will be carried over by three new Canon TS-E lenses, which will be announced at the Photokina 2014, sources say. Words have been written about two of them, the other one could be a major surprise.

Canon 45mm f/2.8 tilt-shift

New Canon tilt-shift lenses to be unveiled at Photokina 2014

Canon is rumored to introduce a couple of TS-E lenses during the 2014 edition of world’s biggest digital event: the Photokina. Two new Canon tilt-shift lenses, one featuring a 45mm focal length and f/2.8 maximum aperture, will become official at the Photokina 2014, which opens its doors to visitors on September 16 in Cologne, Germany.

Samyang 14mm f/2.8

Five new Samyang lenses announced for Sony A7 and A7R cameras

Sony has recently introduced the A7 and A7R, the company’s first E-mount mirrorless cameras with full frame image sensors. Although it has unveiled some lenses for the shooters, photographers are in need of more. The solution comes from a 3rd-party maker, as five new Samyang lenses will become available by the end of 2013.

Canon 90mm f/2.8 tilt-shift

Canon TS-E 135mm f/2.8L lens to replace 90mm f/2.8 model

Canon has been rumored to replace the 45mm f/2.8 and 90mm f/2.8 tilt-shift lenses for a long time. Speculation has also pointed to the fact that the latter would be substituted by a model with a longer focal length. It appears that the company has decided and the Canon TS-E 135mm f/2.8L lens will succeed the 90mm f/2.8.

Canon TS-E 90mm f/2.8 lens replacement

Longer focal length for Canon TS-E 90mm f/2.8 lens replacement

A new Canon TS-E 90mm f/2.8 lens replacement is making the internet rounds. It says that the tilt-shift lens might have a focal length than its predecessor. An exact number is not given, but it will be longer and will have a higher quality. According to trusted sources, Canon is also ready to give it the “L” treatment, as well.

Canon tilt-shift lenses rumor

New Canon tilt-shift lenses to be released in early 2014

New Canon tilt-shift lenses have been rumored for quite some time. However, this time it is more serious than ever. According to industry sources, the TS-E 45mm and TS-E 90mm optics will be replaced by newer versions in early 2014. The announcement will take place in 2013, but you should see them in a store near you next year.

Bonzart Ampel camera

Bonzart Ampel camera with tilt-shift lens available for $180

How would you feel if you find out that you can shoot tilt-shift photography for less than $200? What would you say if you hear that you can buy such a device right now? But what if the camera features a twin-lens design to capture even regular shots? Well, if you want this gadget, then you should purchase the new Bonzart Ampel.

Canon 45mm tilt-shift lenses rumor 2014

New Canon 45mm and 90mm tilt-shift lenses coming in 2014

anon has been rumored to introduce new tilt-shift lenses for quite some time. Meanwhile, the company has filed for a patent which describes a focus assist technology when using these optics. The new Canon technique will allow photographers to correctly compose their shots with TS lenses, while new gear is set to appear in 2014.

Rokinon Tilt-Shift 24mm F/3.5 lens shifts 12 mm and tilts 8.5 degrees

Rokinon Tilt-Shift 24mm F/3.5 release date announced for May 02 2013

Rokinon Tilt-Shift 24mm f/3.5 ED AS UMC lens will be released in a week, on May 02. Its focal plane can be tilted at an angle of 8.5 degrees and shifted up to 12mm. Without compromising on lens quality, it will be available for around $1000.

Canon TS-E 45mm and 90mm to be launched in Q2 2013

Canon TS-E 45mm and 90mm lenses to be replaced in 2013

Canon is rumored to release a bunch of digital imaging products by the end of 2013. Beside a bunch of cameras, it appears that the company is also working on several new lenses. The rumor mill is now suggesting that the tilt-shift 45mm and 90mm optics will get direct replacements sometime during the second quarter of 2013.

Golf players on golf course in Australia, being shrunk with the use of tilt shift.

The real life toy sets of Ben Thomas

Being a photographer is tough these days, as it is almost impossible to come up with something that nobody has done before. However, you can still approach a subject differently. 31-year-old Australian photographer Ben Thomas creates the illusion of toy-like cities, by optically shrinking them with the use of the tilt-shift technique.


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