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Ricoh/Pentax introduced two new lenses today, their first Limited zoom for the K Mount, and a much smaller wide angle zoom for their diminut
MindShift Gear announces new Lens Switch Case for quickly changing lenses while shooting outdoors.
Ricoh introduced five new HD Pentax prime lenses designed specifically for the K-mount DSLR cameras. Check out the lenses and pricing here.
Sony Offers Three New E-Mount Lenses 8/27/2013
New Sony Lenses Include a 16-70mm F4 Carl Zeiss Lens, 18-105mm F4 G Lens and 50mm F1.8 portrait lens in black.
FPT: Prime Lenses Vs. Zoom Lenses 7/26/2013
Which one should you choose--a zoom lens or a prime lens? The decision may be harder than you think.
Want to get your hands on the new 32mm f/1.8 and 12mm f/2.8 lenses from Zeiss? Now you can, but you will need a chunk of change first.
Two of Sigma's lenses have been recognized by the Technical Image Press Association as award winners.
A new series of lenses are now available for the Sony NEX and Fuji X camera systems: 12mm f2.8 and 32mm f1.8. Soon to follow is a 50mm f2.8.
Sigma lenses offer great image quality at a fraction of the cost. Check out their top sellers, plus a few of my favorites.
In conjunction with WPPI, Pentax is offering deep discounts for the rest of March on select cameras and lenses.
Sigma Announces Four New "Art" Lenses 1/29/2013
Sigma leads the way in the creation of third party lenses. With the addition of their "Art" line, Sigma solidifies their outstanding reputat
Adding to their already impressive lineup of lenses, Sony unveils a 20mm f/2.8 for NEX line and an 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 power zoom for NEX cam
Ever wanted to try out your old lenses on a new mirrorless camera? Here are some pro tips on making your legacy lenses fit your ILC.
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