Last Week’s Mirrorless News Shorts (July 21-28)

As an experiment, I’ve started accumulating “small” news announcements into a once-a-week story. This helps me be a little more productive and seems to align with the way most people are coming to this site (once or twice a week, but every week). Here’s last week’s “small” news relating to mirrorless cameras (similar Z System news is on the site):

  • Fringer shipped the NF-FX II, which is a newer version of the Nikon F-mount to Fujifilm XF-mount lens adapter. The primary changes are that this adapter is better weather-sealed and has a smaller foot underneath the adapter itself.
  • The Sony A6700, recently announced, was noted to not include any way that comes with the camera to charge the battery. You’ll need a USB PD wall wort and cable, or a dedicated charger that supports the NP-FZ100 battery.
  • Samyang added an L-mount version of their recent 35-150mm f/2-2.8 lens.
  • Yongnuo added a 50mm f/1.8 autofocus lens for Fujifilm XF
  • Canon is predicting it will sell 2.9m ILC cameras in 2023, or approximately 50% of the market (again).
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