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).
While much of the excitement at Photokina 2018 was generated by the full-35mm format mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, Zeiss unveiled its very first digital camera which also possibly provides some interesting clues to future design trends.
While the L Mount Alliance was the headline news from Leica at this year’s Photokina, it continued a very busy year with a number of new product announcements, including the S3 medium format D-SLR.
Ahead of first The Portrait Conference to be held at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney, starting on 13 October, the nine winners of The Portrait Competition have been announced and collectively have scooped up $60,000 worth of prizes.
Fujifilm once again drew applause at its Photokina press conference, something that doesn't happen all that often with a room full of cynical journalists. In fact, it happened four times as the company announced key additions to its GFX system.
Heralded as the fourth-generation X mount mirrorless camera, Fujifilm’s X-T3 steps up to an all-new 'X-Trans' sensor and significantly expanded video capabilities, matching those of Panasonic’s class-leading Lumix GH5/5S.
After we’ve waited for at least a couple of years for Canon and Nikon to come up with full-35mm format mirrorless camera systems, both have launched within two weeks… Nikon was first with its Z series and now Canon has unleashed its EOS R system.
Tamron is continuing its ‘Generation 2’ upgrade program for its high-performance SP series lenses with a new version of its popular 15-30mm f2.8 ultra-wide zoom for Canon and Nikon full-35mm format D-SLRs.
Phase One has launched its next generation of medium format digital capture backs which are designated IQ4 and include two models with a massive 150 megapixels resolution. Phase One is also introducing the concept of the ‘Infinity Platform’.
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