Photography News 92 Newsletter

Canon › Stand N500, N400 ›

Tamron › Stand L400 ›

Canon always has a big presence at TPS – this year is no different. The really big news is the freshly unveiled EOS R3. It’s been in the pipeline for some while, but we now know it is a 24-megapixel model that shoots at up to 30fps – and is aimed at pro sports and news photographers. Get to the Canon stand and be one of the first to try it out. The EOS R3 might steal the limelight, but there’s so much more. The EOS R5 is a remarkable machine with its 45 megapixels, the ability to whip through full resolution Raws at 20fps, and an in-body lens stabiliser that offers up to 8EV benefit. It has already proven itself a great performer, but if you haven’t had a chance for a close look, the Canon stand is the place to go. The EOS R lens system has also seen some new arrivals over the

past year. The RF 14-35mm f/4L IS USM brings super-wide views, while for close-up shooters, the RF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM gives a maximum magnification of 1.4x – and has a 5EV stabiliser, too.

Tamron is now moving forward quickly in the mirrorless lens market, notably with products for Sony E-mount. Recent launches include the 17-70mm f/2.8 Di III-A VC RXD, the 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 Di RXD – the first such lens with an f/2.8 maximum aperture – and 150-500mm f/5-6.7 Di III VC VXD. Tamron’s extensive product range will be showcased at TPS, so pop along if you’re on the hunt for some decent glass.

Tamron is a major player in the independent lens market, and its range of high-quality, competitively priced products for DSLR and mirrorless cameras makes them a popular choice with enthusiasts. For DSLRs, highlights include the SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD G2, bringing affordable long-lens photography within reach of many. And there’s the SP 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2, a telezoom that competes with similar lenses from rival brands.

Olympus › Stand L500 ›

Appreciated and much-loved by photographers of all levels and genres, Olympus Micro Four Thirds cameras save you bulk and weight, without compromising creative potential. The 17x13mm format might be small, but exhibition-quality prints can be produced with incredible clarity, lifelike colour reproduction and minimal noise. Another upside of the format is the extra potential with long telephoto lenses. There is a 2x crop factor, so a compact 200mm focal length lens on a Micro Four

Thirds camera gives the same effect as a 400mm lens in the 35mm format. This has enormous benefits to wildlife and action photographers in particular. At TPS, Olympus will be showing off its deep-bodied OM-D E-M1X, and the OM-D E-M1 Mark III, among other models. On the lens front, a major attraction is the M.Zuiko Digital ED 150‑400mm f/4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO. This incredible telezoom has a built-in 1.25x teleconverter; when it is in play, you get a maximum 500mm focal length, equivalent to 1000mm in the 35mm format.

Rotolight › Stand B601 ›

The AEOS gives an output of 5750 lux at 90cm, which allows an aperture of f/11 at ISO 200. HSS, with flash sync of 1/2000sec, is 200% of maximum continuous light output with zero recycling time. And power can be supplied by mains or a V-Lock battery. To learn more about the NEO 2 and AEOS, drop by the Rotolight stand.

The NEO 2 can be hotshoe-mounted and is adjustable from 3150-6300K in continuous and flash modes, and features an integral Elinchrom Skyport wireless receiver that allows remote control of ten lights in four groups. Powered by six AA cells, you get 1.5 hours of continuous running, or 85,000 full-power flashes – and it can also be mains-powered.

Rotolight is a renowned supplier of LED continuous lighting – and now, flash. The NEO 2 and AEOS are very powerful, battery-powered, portable LED lights, with features including colour temperature control and flicker-free output. But both also offer HSS (high-speed sync), with flash sync speeds up to 1/8000sec.

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