The Biggest Innovation For 2020 In Photography Technology

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The year 2020 was indeed a year of gloom. But it did bring some cool new things to the lovers of photography. Some innovations are related to the camera field, while others gave a further fillip to the camera's lenses. The year 2021 will see people cutting their expenses in the wake of job losses and a stagnating economy. The industry needs to evolve according to the current scenario.

The Biggest Innovation For 2020 In Photography Technology

Here are some of the biggest innovation in Photography Technology:

1. Sony 12-24 mm f2.8 G Master

The Sony 12-24 mm f2.8 G Master boasts of having the widest constant aperture zoom lens for mirrorless cameras. It is bulky, but it is a marvel when it comes to its design. It is being praised as a camera with zero distortion. The lens is sturdy, and it is built to survive a challenging environment. Click here

 

2. Panasonic S5

It is more of an advanced version of the Panasonic S1 and S1R. It is tiny and weighs very little as compared to its counterparts. Its most striking feature is that it has the Live Composite Mode, making the exposure image shooting so much fun. Being weather sealed makes it a joy to shoot. Click here

 

3. Leica M10 Monochrome

Leica M10 Monochrome adds a new dimension to the black and white photography. Its high resolution 40 MP sensor lets you capture even the finest details in natural-looking sharpness. You can keep your ISO setting very high without worrying about the noise. This will be liberating for professional users. Click here

 

4. Canon RF 800 mm f11 IS USM and RF 600 mm f11 IS USM

The Canon RF 800mm and 600mm were expected to have been L lenses ( weather sealed), but they are telescoping lenses equipped with a fixed aperture in reality. They stand out because they are one of a kind, notwithstanding that they are not the fastest lenses. Click here

 

5. The Sigma 24-70 mm f2.8 DG DN Art

The Sigma 24-70 mm f2.8 DG DN Art is the smallest 24-70 mm f2.8 in the market. It is smaller than the Sony's and Panasonic variants in this category. It does lag in the autofocus, but when compared with its competitors' price in the market, you will find it way more pocket-friendly. Click here

 

6. The Canon Powershot zoom

The Powershot zoom cannot be called a camera, but it is more of a digital monocular. It is equipped with a 12 MP sensor and has two switchable focal lengths of 100mm and 400 mm with a digital zoom going up to 800mm. This is not a device that can be used in low-light. As per Canon, it will suit people who enjoy outdoor activities like birdwatching and hiking. Click here

 

7. The Fujifilm 50mm R WR f1.0 Lens

The Fujifilm 50mm R WR f1.0 Lens is the first lens to have an f1 aperture with autofocus. It can perform miraculously in low light and constantly changing lights. It also comes with weather sealing making it a product you can't say no to. It will suit any portrait photographer or even an amateur who wants to shoot candidly. Click here

 

8. Canon E0S R5 and R6

These were the most exciting announcements to have been made last year. Although it was marred with controversies, to begin with, they proved to be meaningless. They are spectacular cameras and also the most innovative camera made by Canon in quite a while. They come with eight stops of image stabilization, perfect weather sealing, accurate autofocus, and crisp image quality. Click here

 

9. The Sony a7c

Sony has clearly done many works to develop the smallest full-frame camera with a built-in viewfinder in the market. It is basically designed for L Mount photographers. It will also support advanced shooting modes such as S-Log, HLG picture profiles, and real-time Eye-AF. Click here

 

10. Leica Q2 Monochrome

Leica Q2 Monochrome is a variant of Leica Q2. The camera has a 47-megapixel sensor. It also has a 28 mm f1.7 lens. The lens is very capable of effective autofocus. There is not much of an ISO issues, so you can grasp minute details effectively. It so durable that it comes with an IP rating. Click here

 

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Divya Swaraj, OpenGrowth Content Team

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