Fujifilm Australia has launched a professional support program for photographers which provides a number of services, including telephone and email support, equipment checks and cleaning, express repairs and emergency equipment loans.
Staged every three years, the Red Bull Illume Image Quest is the world’s biggest competition for adventure and action sports photography. The 2019 competition is now open for entries from both professional and amateur photographers.
To coincide with the 2019 Australian F1 Grand Prix at Albert Park, an exhibition of photographs by acclaimed motorsport photographer Darren Heath is on show at the new Sunstudios and Canon Experience Store complex in Melbourne.
It has to be the most impressive of the starting-from-scratch lens system stories, but with the arrival of its latest G Master high-performance prime lens, Sony is now offering a total of 31 FE mount lenses for its full-35mm mirrorless cameras.
The Australian Institute Of Professional Photography (AIPP) has cancelled the membership of a photographer and rescinded all her awards, titles and prizes which includes the 2016 AIPP Australian Photographer Of The Year award.
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”.
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.
Announced at last year’s Photokina and due to go on sale in Australia during April, Panasonic’s all-new Lumix S full-35mm format mirrorless camera system will launch with two high-end bodies and three Lumix S L mount lenses.
Proving that Olympus hasn’t been sitting around twiddling its thumbs during the fairly long hiatus between new camera launches, the new OM-D flagship introduces some interesting new technologies and some interesting upgrades of existing ones.
With full-35mm format mirrorless cameras having hogged the headlines of late, Olympus is re-emphasising the key benefits of the Micro Four Thirds sensor size with its new and extremely highly-featured OM-D series mirrorless camera system flagship.
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