New Canon Cinema EOS System Lenses

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Canon has released two new lenses to for its growing Cinema EOS System. The CN-E 14mm T3.1 L F and the CN-E 135mm T2.2 L F are aimed at a wide range of uses "from low to high-end", according to the lens and camera manufacturer

Phil Rhodes looks at if Samyang's Lenses will be able to compete with in a market with an unbelievable price - eight to twenty times lower than the competition!

Vintage lenses for large-sensor cameras - Part 2

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Redshark Replay: Here's another chance to read part 2 of this beautifully detailed article on selecting a vintage lens for your large-sensor camera

A GoPro anamorphic lens adaptor for $199!

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Now you can have cinematic widescreen with the GoPro Hero - ready to go with your new 21:9 television!

Vintage lenses for large-sensor cameras - Part 1

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RedShark replay: Uli Plank on how to look for lenses up to 50 years old, and use them with modern, large-sensor cameras. 

Five myths and fibs about lenses

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Contributing writer Roland Denning debunks some commonly-held misconceptions about lenses that have led fledgling shooters astray.

Is the standard lens just a myth?

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Roland Denning on what exactly is meant when we say a lens is 'standard' and why that meaning may be rather more fluid than many would like to admit.

The Opposite of Precision

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Who needs lens adaptors?

Why lenses still matter (and still cost money)

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One of the things noticeable at IBC is that good glass is still stubbornly resisting commoditisation and is as important as ever.

Last time, we discussed some of the technical concerns of lens selection and the issues of compatibility with sensors of various configurations and sizes. In this part, we'll look at the effects sensor size has on photography and the engineering compromises behind lenses and sensors

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