The start of what the company says is a return to core values has begun with the launch of Hasselblad’s sixth-generation medium format D-SLR system.
The Micro Four Thirds mirrorless system continues to be the best served as far as lens choices is concerned, and things continue to get better with the arrival of compact telephotos from both Olympus and Panasonic.
After a number of sneak peeks, Ricoh has finally taken the wraps off its long-promised Pentax K-1 D-SLR.
A new Canson Certified Printer Program enables those who undertake it to become a Canson Certified Printer.
AIPP and Leica Camera announce long-term partnership for the launch of the new format AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPA).
Nikon's D500 is a ‘DX’ format (i.e. ‘APS-C’ sensor format) model built around a new CMOS sensor .
The Phase One XF 100MP hits the magic 100 megapixels mark with a CMOS-type sensor which has an imaging area of 40.4x53.7 mm (i.e. ‘645’ format) and maximum image size of 11,608x8708 pixels (101 megapixels).
Zenfolio is pledging to be more than just another hosting site - the company says it wants to be a professional photographer’s greatest business partner.
The GX8 replaces the highly popular GX7, with an all-new sensor, faster continuous shooting speeds and an upgraded autofocusing system.
The Typ 007, Leica’s third iteration of its S medium format D-SLR announced back at Photokina 2014, is now available.
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