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Sample gallery: Omnar 26mm f/6 fixed-aperture lens for Leica M-mount
The new Omnar 26mm f/6 delivers a distinct "point and shoot aesthetic" with excellent center sharpness, pleasantly-distorted corners and noticeable vignetting.
First look: Nikon Z DX 18-140mm is a stabilized all-in-one zoom
Nikon's new Z DX 18-140mm f/3.5-6.3 VR is a $600 zoom lens for the brand's APS-C Z-mount bodies. It features a 27-210mm equivalent zoom range and in-lens stabilization.
The new Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 GM II is faster, sharper, lighter
The Sony 70-200 f/2.8 GM II is priced at $2799 and features four linear AF motors, a de-clickable aperture ring and lots of special glass elements.
Hands-on: Fujifilm’s new Instax Wide smartphone printer proves bigger is better
Fujifilm's latest portable printer, the Instax Link Wide, pairs with your smartphone and uses the brand's largest instant film format.
The Canon RF 5.2mm f/2.8 L Dual Fisheye lens shoots 3D images onto one sensor
Canon wants you to step up your virtual reality game with this new $1999 twin fisheye lens for the brand's RF-mount mirrorless cameras.
Want a $400K Leica or perhaps a Soviet-era space camera? Here’s your chance to snag one
From an ultra-rare Contax "rifle" camera rig to the very first Nikon model ever produced, these are the coolest and priciest pieces from the upcoming Leitz Photographica Auction.
This new 26mm f/6 lens uses optics yanked from an old Canon film point-and-shoot
Omnar lenses is a new manufacturer and their first offering—the CN26–6 prime for Leica M-mount—is built from upcycled optics, pulled out of a Canon AF-10 film compact.
RedRum 120 is a spooky new limited edition film stock from CineStill
This blood-curdling ISO 200 medium format film stock is rolled backward to achieve a red-scale look. Use it to recreate horror movie scenes or to capture fall foliage.
Hasselblad’s 80th-anniversary camera is worth drooling over—but maybe not buying
The Hasselblad 907X Anniversary Edition celebrates the brand's 80th year making sweet, sweet medium format cameras. It'll also set you back a cool $15K.
New gear: Tamron 35-150mm f/2-2.8 may be the ultimate travel lens for Sony users
Built for Sony full-frame E-mount, the new Tamron 35-150mm ships at the end of October and will set you back $1899.