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Sony has announced the 16-35mm f/4 Power Zoom (PZ) lens, a new G Series zoom for E-Mount that the company says is the world’s lightest f/4 wide zoom lens.

How far has technology come in the last decade, and can anyone really tell the difference?

Olympus imaging may be dead, but there’s plenty of life left in Micro Four Thirds based on the new OM-1, as AP’s Mike O’Connor discovers.

Apple's new $6,099 Studio is powered by the company's most powerful chipset ever.

Here's music for Canon RF shooters' ears - the Japanese company has confirmed it plans to release 32 RF-mount lenses over the next four years.

The GFX50S II is the fifth model in the GFX series, bringing Fujifilm's objective of a more accessible medium format camera system one step closer to reality. Drew Hopper takes it for a spin.

Canon's new RF mount super telephotos are here.

Sigma is set to launch its first lenses for Fujifilm's APS-C X mount.

Panasonic has announced the Lumix GH6, which features a new 25.2MP Micro Four Thirds (M43) sensor, 5-axis IBIS, 10-bit 4:2:2 recording, up to 5.7K 60fps, internal ProRes, and slow motion up to 300fps.

With many photographers relying on portable SSDs to manage ever-expanding image libraries, the need for fast read and write speeds has never been greater, and Kingston's newest SSD is faster than most.

BenQ has become the world’s first manufacturer of stand-alone displays to achieve Pantone SkinTone Validation for selected PhotoVue SW and DesignVue PD models.

OM Digital Solutions, formerly Olympus, has announced the $3299 OM System OM-1, its newest flagship Micro Four Thirds camera.

Panasonic has teased the impending launch of the company’s next Micro Four Thirds camera, the Lumix GH6, with all to be revealed on Feb 22.

Thinking about a new camera system? There has never been a better time to make the switch to a Leica SL2 or Leica SL2-S.

Camera accessory manufacturer Peak Design has revitalised its travel line-up, launching a series of new backpacks, duffel bags, totes, and accessories.

Ricoh has announced the details of its newest 360-degree camera, the Theta X, which features a 2.25” touchscreen display, an interchangeable battery and a Micro SD card slot.