amera and photo imaging show in Yokohama as part of a trip to Japan organised by Canon Australia. (We will be reporting on other sections of the trip next week.) Now in its second year, this show is a leader in the Asian region, although it’s small compared with Photokina in Europe and the PMA trade shows in the USA.
(Panasonic) has signed a joint development agreement with Olympus that will see it develop interchangeable lens type digital SLR cameras based on the Four Thirds System standard.
Foveon has released details of its latest X3 sensor, the X3 Pro 10M, which will be featured in a soon-to-be-released Sigma SD10 digital SLR camera.
Fujifilm Australia had introduced a new high-speed colour reversal film to the local market and will re-introduce the popular Fujichrome Velvia 50 next month.
If you can’t afford a lens hood for a new lens that was supplied without one, a UK website offers an excellent do-it-yourself solution.
Olympus, Panasonic and Sigma have joined forces to publish a catalogue of all the lenses currently available for Four Thirds System DSLR cameras.
This year’s winner of the coveted World Press Photo of the Year award went to a colour image taken on 31 March, 2003, by French photographer Jean-Marc Bouju. The image depicts a hooded Iraqi war prisoner holding his 4-year-old son at a US detention camp in Iraq and portrays a rare moment of humanity in a war zone.
This year is shaping up as the Year of the Digital SLR, with the announcement of five exciting new digital SLRs by different manufacturers in February.
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DxO Labs has added 10 new Nikkor lenses, including popular zooms and fish-eyes, to its library of lens correction modules for DxO Optics Pro v5.