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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.
The first telephoto zoom lens for Fujifilm’s expanding GFX digital medium format mirrorless camera system has arrived in the shape of the GF 100-200mm f5.6 R LM OIS WR. It brings the number of Fujinon GF mount lenses up to nine.
Imaging products distributor C.R. Kennedy & Co. is the major sponsor of award-winning photographer Peter Coulson’s 2019 workshop program in Melbourne. These workshops cover a wide range of techniques and topics in fashion and beauty photography.
Nikon has started delivering on the promises of more Z mount lenses made when it launched its full-35mm mirrorless camera system in 2018. The new arrival is a 14-30mm f4.0 ultra wide-angle zoom which joins the four existing ‘S Line’ models.
Phase One’s Capture One Pro RAW image processor has become a standard tool for many working photographers and advanced amateurs. Version 12 has just been released and features some major updates and upgrades over the previous iterations.
Two volumes of books featuring 6500 portraits of Australia’s WWII Veterans have been donated to the National Library Of Australia by the Australian Institute Of Professional Photography (AIPP).
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