Fujifilm’s New X-H1 Is The Highest Performance X Series Camera

Fujifilm's highest performance X Series camera boasts of exceptional video capabilities
Fans and long-time users of Fujifilm’s successful X Series cameras now have a new high performing option to consider for both still photography and video projects. The newly launched FUJIFILM X-H1 is especially geared to provide professional video capabilities, being the first in the X Series to feature an in-body image stabilization (IBIS), a... Read more

ZEISS Loxia 2.4/25 Is A New Wide Angle Lens For Sony E-Mount

ZEISS gives Sony photographers a new wide-angle option for landscape and architectural photography
ZEISS has recently expanded its Loxia lenses for Sony Alpha mirrorless cameras with the ZEISS Loxia 2.4/25. The new compact wide-angle lens is geared to be especially useful to landscape and architectural photographers. As the new member of the Loxia lens family, it promises to deliver high resolution and low distortion throughout the image for the... Read more

Sigma To Introduce New 14-24mm F2.8 Art Lens At WPPI 2018

Sigma's new wide aperture zoom lens is geared towards wedding and event photographers
In time for the WPPI 2018, Sigma has announced the debut of its new 14-24mm F2.8 Art Lens during the upcoming conference and expo from February 26-28 in Las Vegas. The wide aperture zoom lens is the latest to join the company’s robust line of Sigma Global Vision and Cine lenses. Geared towards wedding and event photographers, the 14 – 24mm... Read more

Adobe Announces Updates For Lightroom Classic CC And Lightroom CC Ecosystem

Adobe promises improved workflow for photographers with key Lightroom updates
Adobe has recently got the word out on some great updates for the Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC ecosystem. Both Lightroom versions promise improved performance and key features to help photographers optimize their workflow. For Lightroom Classic, Adobe has worked with Intel to introduce optimized CPU and memory usage for improved performance... Read more

Panasonic Announces Compact GX9 and ZS200 LUMIX Cameras

Panasonic heats up the compact travel market with new Lumix releases
Panasonic has proudly announced two new models to its roster of LUMIX cameras, heating up the high-end compact travel camera market. The 20.3-megapixel LUMIX GX9 is a sleek new single lens mirrorless camera geared towards those keen on shooting vibrant, high-quality images in high contrast and true-to-life color. The new L.Monochrome D mode is added... Read more

DoPchoice Introduces New Lantern Soft Box In The Snapbag® Line

A versatile new addition to the DoPchoice Snapbag® soft boxes
DoPchoice has recently launched the Lantern Snapbag®, a new versatile addition to their line of quick setup, self-tightening softboxes. Aimed at photographers who prefer soft lighting, the versatile Lantern can be used with a wide range of LED fixtures as a traditional lantern lighting, China Ball, or a conventional softbox. It also holds the distinction... Read more

Learn The Ropes Of Live Concert Photography With David Bergman

"Shoot from the pit" with David Bergman's concert photography workshops
Ever wanted to know what it takes to make great photos of concerts, band tours, and live performances? Now is your chance to learn the ropes from seasoned concert photographer and Canon Explorer of Light David Bergman and his Shoot from the Pit Workshops. With more than 25 years of experience with live concert photography, he certainly brings a lot... Read more

Submissions For 38th Annual Leica Oskar Barnack Award To Open On March 1st

Professionals and up-and-coming photographers aged up to 25 years old can submit their entries online for the chance to showcase their outstanding work
Good news for photographers seeking to bag the prestigious Leica Oskar Barnack Award. From March 1st to April 5th, Leica Camera will be accepting entries from professional and budding photographers for the 38th year of the annual photography competition. Professionals and up-and-coming photographers aged up to 25 years old can submit their entries online... Read more

Sony Announces Kando 2.0 Trip, Creative Festival Now Open To Attendees

Multi-day creative event features dozens of workshops, educators
Sony has announced that they are opening up their flagship “Kando Trip” photography experience to public applications. The first Kando event took place last year in Santa Barbara, California, and was only open to Sony Artisans and Sony Collective members, plus a few media outlets. The Kando event included photographic shoots and trips, conversations... Read more

Promise Technology Pegasus3 Desktop RAIDs Now Customizable

The Thunderbolt 3 storage solutions can be custom-configured to meet the individual needs of photographers, videographers and other users
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With larger and larger media file sizes and higher-capacity cameras (see Digital Photo Pro’s “Managing Your Image Archive”), storage solutions are becoming more important than ever. Promise Technology has just announced that its Pegasus3 desktop RAIDs are now customizable. The Thunderbolt 3 40 Gb/s storage solutions can be custom-configured to... Read more