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X Pro 1 camera to sport Leica lens mount, plus other lenses and flashgun
Nikon has announced the launch of the D4, the replacement for the D3s as its flagship high-speed SLR
Eve Arnold, a towering figure in American portrait photography, passed away this week at the grand old age of 99. Arnold was chiefly famous for her images of Marilyn Monroe, but also photographed many other celebrities, including characters as diverse as Joan Crawford, Malcolm X and Margaret Thatcher. She was also famed for her perceptive [...]
Kodak, once the world’s best-known camera company and the bringer of photography to the masses, is on the verge of filing for bankruptcy, according to the Wall Street Journal. It appears the company has struggled to make enough money from film and digital printing, and while Kodak has brought out some worthy digital cameras over the [...]
Tired of paying for photo-editing software? Why not try out a free version of PhotoDirector 3 from Cyberlink. New and improved editing tools include the catchily named Wrinkle Remover, Tooth Brush and Skin Smoother; you can reduce lens defects such as geometric distortion, remove objects with ease, add watermarks and lots more!
A lot’s happened over the last 12 months and while 2011 wasn’t a great year for major SLR releases, it will go down as the year that compact system cameras came of age. Here’s a pithy overview of the last year in cameras from our sister website, TechRadar.com. Go to http://www.techradar.com/news/photography-video-capture/cameras/2011-the-year-in-cameras-1049704
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Olympus whistleblower seeks reinstatement with the camera manufacturer