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After a two-year hiatus, due to COVID-19, the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show returned in 2022 to once again serve as a hub for manufacturers and creatives to come together to see the latest gear from manufacturers around the globe.
While many of the heavy hitters opted not to have a physical presence at this year’s event, plenty of equipment manufacturers and software companies showed up to show off their latest developments. We’ve covered a number of these launches over the past two weeks and have rounded them up into a single feed so you can take a peek at just some of the exciting launches and updates shown off at NAB Show 2022.
NAB Show 2022 news round-up
Sony has just announced its updated 24-70mm F2.8 GM II and there are a host of impressive upgrades. We took this new lens around a very soggy downtown Calgary to see how it performs.
The Nikon Z9 is one of the best cameras we’ve ever tested. But is it the best of the best? Chris and Jordan have been testing the Z9 with the new 2.0 firmware for a while, and they have the answers.
One of our favorite things about Micro Four Thirds is the variety of tiny, sharp lenses. How does OM System’s compact 40-150mm F4 Pro lens hold up under scrutiny?
The Nikon Z9 uses a stacked CMOS sensor to power its first pro-level mirrorless camera. With firmware 2.0 now available, we’ve reviewed the fast-shooting stills and video camera designed to win-over Nikon’s professional DSLR users.
The Monster Adapter LA-KE1 gives Pentaxians a way to use many of their K-mount lenses with full AF on Sony E-mount mirrorless bodies. Mike Tomkins looks at how it performs.