Short and sweet; we’re launching a new weekly feature on the site. Every week we’ll post a handful of our favorite photography and camera-related news from the week before. Something to have with your morning coffee. Hope you enjoy. Let’s get to the news.
Hasselblad announces winners of the 2021 Hasselblad Masters competition. The competition showcases winners in a number of photography categories including wedding, architecture, landscape, product and more. Each entry consists of three photos and it was not required that a Hasselblad camera be used.
Kodak unveils TRI-X 400 Disposable Camera. Following in the footsteps of the popular Illford single use camera loaded with HP5 film, Kodak releases a disposable camera that comes loaded with 27 exposures of the popular TRI-X 400 stock. It comes in the familiar format of previous Kodak disposables, featuring the 30mm plastic lens, rechargeable flash and 1/125 shutter speed.
Zhong Yi announces budget-friendly Speedmaster 90mm F1.5 lens. The lens, which will be available for Canon RF, Leica M, Nikon Z and Sony E mount, is fully manual but will be compatible with auto-focus adapters. The price tag will range from $599 to $649.
Images and features of new Leica M11 Leaked. Images of the new Leica M11 have leaked and it is rumored to have a new 60MP sensor and tethering support.
NoColorStudio Introduces new no.99 film: Satellite reconnaissance film from Europe. Grain lovers rejoice! This 990 ISO B&W film from the experimental film shop, NoColorStudio will render a grainy haze that will have you reminiscing on when the History Channel actually played shows about history.
Those have been the news stories that caught our eyes this week. Tell us what you think in the comments, or share your favorite post.
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