Melbourne’s most famous audiophile music store has moved to new premises in Cheltenham.
The Australian Institute Of Professional Photography (AIPP) has cancelled the membership of a photographer and rescinded all her awards, titles and prizes which includes the 2016 AIPP Australian Photographer Of The Year award.
McIntosh has released a wireless music system, the RS200, Wireless Loudspeaker System.
Colour management solutions expert Datacolor has introduced its latest-generation colour calibration tool, the SpyderX. Datacolor says the new product represents its “…fastest, most accurate and easiest-to-use colour calibration tool for monitors”.
Just as the X-T20 borrowed quite a number of features from the higher-end X-T2, the Fujifilm X-T30 is essentially a junior edition of the much-acclaimed and very capable X-T3 which was launched back in September 2018.
Focal has announced a new closed-back headphone to rival its open-back Utopias, the $4499 Focal Stellia.
Focal has released the $3799 Arche DAC/headphone amp simultaneously with its new high-end closed Stellia headphones (see here for Stellia information).
Nikon continues to deliver on the promise of introducing more Z mount lenses as quickly as possible and, following the recent announcement of a 14-30mm f4.0 ultra-wide zoom, a 24-70mm f2.8 standard zoom will also be arriving shortly.
As it has done many times in the past, especially with digital cameras, Canon is again resetting the expectations about how far your money can go. The new EOS RP will be the most affordable full-35mm format mirrorless camera on the market.
Olympus is again stressing the advantages of the Micro Four Thirds sensor size when it comes to more compact lenses, this time showing off a 12-200mm superzoom – which is equivalent to 24-400mm in 35mm format terms.
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