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A new edition of the book A History Of Professional Photography In Australia has been released and is updated to include the changes that have happened in the local industry since it was first published in 2013.
After making a development announcement at the 2018 Photokina, Fujifilm has launched its 100 megapixels GFX system digital medium format mirrorless camera, and it's another game-changer in terms of performance, portability and affordability.
Leica is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus with a special edition of the Leica CL. Also... Lenny Kravitz.
Swedish-based lighting company Profoto has introduced an upgraded version of its A1 on-camera flash – it's called the A1X and boasts quite a number of performance enhancements.
After the disqualification of 20 images submitted to various photography awards run by the Australian Institute Of Professional Photography (AIPP) over a period from 2015 to 2018, the Institute has announced new winners in the affected categories.
Chinese photographer Jianhui Liao has been judged the overall winner in the Pink Lady® Food Photographer Of The Year 2019 competition, the world’s leading celebration of food photography and film-making.
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.
Lens maker Sigma has begun fleshing out its participation in the L-Mount Alliance, of which it is a member along with Leica and Panasonic. Sigma’s announcement is no doubt timed to coincide with the arrival of Panasonics first L-Mount Lumix S bodies.
Leica’s popular fixed-lens full-35mm format Q model has been significantly updated in the new Q2 with a much higher resolution sensor, faster processor, new OLED-type viewfinder, fully weather-proofed body and 4K video recording, including C4K.
Having only just launched its first Lumix S series of full-35mm format mirrorless cameras, the new Lumix G95 from Panasonic is making good on the company's assurances that its Micro Four Thirds system won’t be neglected.
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