Nikon's KeyMission program makes sense in terms of finding a replacement for its compact camera business… and offering something that smartphones can’t.
Olympus has announced five new products at Photokina 2016: three new lenses and two new cameras, the Olympus PEN E-PL8 and Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II micro Four Thirds Camera.
Panasonic introduces the Lumix G85 and sneak peeks the upcoming GH5 at Photokina...
Why would Leica want to have an instant print camera?
Canon EOS M5 - Paul Burrows reports from the world’s biggest imaging show in Cologne.
Fair Trading Commissioner Rod Stowe said his department’s warning not to deal with three on-line electronics stores was in response to multiple consumer complaints.
Already popular with sports and wildlife photographers, Tamron’s 150-600mm supertelephoto zoom has been significantly upgraded in a new second-generation ‘G2’ model.
The 2017 competition Pink Lady® Food Photographer Of The Year competition is now open for entries, with some new judges and two new categories.
The timing of Photokina 2016 is just about spot-on for a number of significant announcements.
The TIPA member magazines from around the world met this year in San Francisco to decide the winners in 40 categories of imaging products. Paul Burrows was there and reports that, once again, 26 editors were all largely in agreement.
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