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Review of the Leica M10: The Perfect Leica or The Perfect Leica?

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When I heard Leica was finally releasing the long awaited Leica M10, I got really, really excited. I’ve been a Leica fan for many years, having owned an old film MP for a while, then playing with all the digital bodies when I started working here about seven years ago. All the camera bodies that came […]

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Lensrentals.com Reviews the New Sigma 135mm f/1.8 Art Series Lens

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It’s not very often that a lens wows me with excitement by a simple announcement, but admittingly, Sigma did just that when the announced the Sigma 135mm f/1.8 Art Series Lens. For starters, 135mm has been one of my favorite focal lengths for years now, so while everyone was begging them to announce the fantastic […]

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First Impressions of the New Fujinon MK18-55mm T2.9 Cine Lens

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Fujinon, typically a manufacturer of high-end, ENG style PL and B4 mount lenses, officially announced today that they are releasing their first cine-zooms designed specifically for Sony’s E-mount camera systems. The MK18-55 T2.9 and the MK 50-135 T2.9 are meant to be affordable, lightweight solutions for video shooters looking for a middle ground between the […]

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First Impressions of the New Canon C700

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I’ll preface this piece by saying we’re still waiting for a lot of the equipment for the Canon C700 to be available, so it’s only fair to call this more of a First Impressions than an actual review. However, Canon’s C700 is a highly-anticipated product, so I thought I’d take a barebones kit out for […]

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A Look Into the New Sony FS7 Mark II

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We inspect a lot of video cameras, and design flaws tend to catch our eye quickly and consistently slow the inspection process. To the casual user, removing a hard-to-reach memory card once or twice is a mild inconvenience — one that they might not even give a conscious thought. To a full-time videographer (or LensRentals.com […]

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