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​Adobe DNG Converter 11.0 Supports EOS R, X-T3, and Z 7

Adobe DNG Converter 11.0 adds support for the following cameras: Canon Canon EOS R (pictured) Fujifilm Fujifilm X-T3 Nikon Nikon COOLPIX P1000 Nikon Z 7 Panasonic Panasonic LUMIX DC-LX100 II The Adobe DNG Converter is a free utility that enables you to easily convert camera-specific raw files from more than 600 cameras to the more universal DNG raw format.

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Meike 6-11mm F3.5 Fish Eye Lens

Hong-Kong manufacturer Meike have unveiled an intriguing 6-11mm F3.5 fish eye lens for full-frame and APS-C cameras. This fish eye zoom has a constant aperture of f/3.5, minimum focusing distance of 15mm (at 6mm), measures 64x94mm, and weighs 541g. The Meike 6-11mm F3.5 Fish Eye Lens is available in Canon and Nikon mounts.

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Some Tamron Lenses Don’t Work with the Nikon Z Camera

Tamron have announced that some of their lenses do not work on the new Nikon Z mirrorless camera. The company has discovered issues that affect some of their Di/Di II series lenses when mounted on the Nikon Z7 with the FTZ Nikon Mount Adapter. Tamron haven't yet disclosed which lenses are affected.

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Nikon Z7 Review

The Z7 is Nikon's first foray into the brave new world of full-frame mirrorless cameras, and what an entry it is. Boasting 45.7 megapixels, 4K video recording, built-in image stabilsation, a 3.6-million dot EVF and a 2.1-million dot tilting screen, can the exciting new Nikon Z7 give market-leader Sony a run for its money? Find out by reading our in-depth Nikon Z7 review, complete with full size JPEGs, Raw files and movies...

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Current Sigma Lenses Will Work on the Nikon Z7 Camera

Sigma has confirmed in a statement that its current lenses will work on the new Nikon Z7 mirrorless camera via the FTZ adapter without any issues. Interchangeable lenses that do not incorporate an AF drive motor will operate only in manual focus, while some interchangeable lenses shipped out before November 2013 that are not compatible with the latest DSLR cameras will not operate.

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