Welcome to the fourth issue of Lens, featuring news about Adobe MAX, SanDisk, Sony, Leica, Nikon, Capture One, Lightroom, Adobe and Aurora Aperture.
Aurora Aperture Introduces a Next-Generation Rear Mount Filter System
Aurora Aperture Introduces a Next-Generation Rear Mount Filter System Irvine, California, May 15th, 2020
A Beginner's Guide to Aperture in Photography
Along with shutter speed and ISO, aperture is one of the most fundamental parameters that every photographer should a mastery of. This fantastic video will show you how aperture works, its practical consequences, and how to control it for better photos and creative decisions.
Adobe launches Lightroom Ambassador program
Lightroom, a leading photo editing and organization software program from Adobe, now has its own Ambassador program. The product's Marketing Manager for Photography, Pei Ketron, announced that she is 'happy to have finally launched this program that I spent much of 2019 working on.'
Capture One for Nikon cameras rumored to be announced soon
Capture One is rumored to release a new dedicated version for Nikon users
Sony might annonce three new FF products in June/July
The now mythical being called “A7sIII” might be announced? 12-24mm f/2.8 GM Something “surprising”. No idea yet what this might be.
Read more at https://www.mirrorlessrumors.com/?p=312704
Nikon D6 updates (new YouTube videos and sample photos)
The first Nikon D6 videos started to show up on YouTube together with the first sample photos
Leica released FOTOS app version 2.1
Leica released an update (version 2.1) to the FOTOS mobile app for both iOS and Android (download at the Apple App Store or Google Play).
Sony hit an all-time low Alpha camera sales
Sonyreconsidered is tracking the Sony camera sales over time and posted some interesting graphs based on the latest Q4 FY19 financial reports
SanDisk CFExpress memory cards now compatible with Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras
Back in December last year I reported that some SanDisk CFExpress memory cards were not working with Nikon Z mirrorless cameras.
Adobe MAX cancels in-person event, moves online
Today, Adobe announced that its annual MAX conference — originally scheduled for late October in Los Angeles — will be moved online. This follows the company’s previous announcement that its 99U Conference will also take place virtually.
Read more at https://photofocus.com/news/adobe-max-goes-online/