New Week, New Gear: B&H Photo’s News Roundup for July 9, 2023

B&H Photo News Roundup: Week of July 9, 2023

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B&H Photo News Roundup: Week of July 9, 2023

Sony and Canon’s New Cinematic kits dominate headlines – Sony and Canon have just announced their new cinematic kits for the upcoming year – and it’s turned heads. The two giants of the camera world have outdone themselves this time around, with Canon’s DP-E1 and Sony’s FX3 offering revolutionary sensors, body, image stabilization, and more. There is no doubt these high-end kits will be dominating the landscape in the near future!

Apple introduces new and improved products for side-by-side editing – Apple has revealed the newest version of its software for video editors – ones which will allow them to work on their projects side-by-side and more efficiently. The suite of tools includes the iPad Pro, iMac Pro, and Mac Pro, as well as an array of tools such as the Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, and Motion Pro. All these advances will help to make video editing even easier.

Nikon launches its latest full-frame mirrorless – Nikon has just announced its latest full-frame mirrorless camera, the Z6 III. The camera comes with a 20.8 MP sensor, 12 fps autofocus, and an improved ISO range up to 51200. With this camera, Nikon has also introduced its latest image stabilisation technology, ensuring that users can capture even the tiniest of movements with great precision.

Adobe releases new Lightroom Classic CC with updated UI – Adobe has released an updated version of its popular Lightroom Classic CC that includes a number of improvements. The most noteworthy addition is an updated user interface that makes it easier to use. In addition, the ability to export in the HEIF and HEVC formats has been included, and the UI has also received a facelift to make it more modern.

Nikon updates their lineup of lenses – Nikon has also announced the newest set of lenses in their line-up. This includes the very popular lenses such as the AF-S DX Nikkor 24-120mm f/4G ED VR, AF-S Nikkor 28mm f/2.8G, and AF-S DX Nikkor 20-80mm f/2.8-4E ED VR. After months of anticipation, the latest optics from Nikon are now available for purchase.

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