In the previous development announcement, Sigma said fp cinema L-mount full frame mirrorless camera will be released in this fall. Now according to Japanese photographer thisistanaka, this camera will be officially released around October 20th.
Japanese website NewSwitch has interviewed Panasonic manager talking about the Lumix S series full frame mirrorless cameras. Yosuke Yamane (General Manager of Imaging Business Unit) said that the video shooting is important for Lumix S, and they are developing 8K Lumix S cameras.
Sigma has officially announced the new MC-31 PL-mount to L-mount lens converter today. By using Sigma’s MC-31 lens converter, users can use PL mount cine lenses on the L-Mount cameras, such as Sigma fp, Panasonic S1, S1R and S1H, and Leica SL cameras.
Update: Here are two more leaked images of new Leica SL, see below:
The upcoming Leica SL2 L-mount full frame mirrorless camera now already confirmed, it will have a 47MP CMOS sensor (Same sensor in the Leica Q2), 4K video and Cine mode. First image of Leica SL2 “Vader” is already leaked online, see above. The official announcement is expected on September 24th, 2019.
Leica has just registered a new camera code “2998” in China, since Leica will soon announce a new L-mount full frame mirrorless camera on September 24th, 2019. So this camera code “2998” could be Leica SL2. The Leica SL2 is rumored to use Leica Q2‘s 47MP full frame CMOS sensor.
At the Lumix S1H launch event, Panasonic has updated their L-mount lens roadmap. This time you can see more details of their L-mount lenses to be released in 2020. A total of 11 L-mount lenses now. Read More »