It's a camera grip for your iPhone and it's called Pictar. It's not a new idea; we'll give that prize to Nokia with their camera/battery grip for the Windows Phone Lumia 1020 a couple of years ago, but MyMiggo has taken the idea and really developed it into a sophisticated photographers iPhone accessory.
Sigma has taken the wraps off three impressively large high-end lenses at Photokina and we went along to meet Sigma Imaging UK's product specialist, Paul Reynolds, to get the low down on them.
Have you ever dreamed of autofocusing your manual focus lenses? Well, now you can. All you need is one of a selection of supported Sony Alpha E-mount cameras, a Techart Pro adapter and, depending on the lens you want to use, a Leica M-mount adapter. This is what we discovered on our rounds of Photokina 20
There is a new Chinese Micro Four Thirds mirrorless player. Yi Technology is based in Beijing and Shanghai and at Photokina this week they demonstrated their new 20 megapixel Yi M1 compact Micro Four Thirds body plus two Xiaoyi lenses.
Here at Photokina 2016 I came across German company, Picture Instruments, that was new to me and their work revolves around some novel test philosophies.
Photokina 2016 was an opportunity for me to have a look at Nissin's new i60A flash unit. This is a high GN (60 ISO 200/200mm) fully-featured bounce/tilt flash unit that is unusually compact and low profile.
YI Technology, a leading, international provider of advanced, intelligent imaging technologies, has today introduced the YI M1 Mirrorless Digital Camera, its first professional-grade camera.
It's three years since Olympus launched its flagship OM-D E-M1 Micro Four Thirds camera and today at Photokina the E-M1 Mark II was launched. The new camera will ship before the end of this year. Journalists will get hands-on with evaluation units that are near enough production quality in early November. There are also two new Pro lenses, a super bright 25mm f/1.2 and a 12-100mm f/4 superzoom and a FL-900R flash.