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Olympus, Quicksilver co-brand on new Tough

January 27, 2010:Olympus has announced a limited edition version of the new Olympus TG-610 waterproof camera to mark the Quicksilver Pro surfing championship on the…

Six of the best from CES

January 21, 2010: With PMA now held in September, the CES show staged early January in the US takes on greater importance as a platform…

BRIEFS: January 21

Industry icons bow out Photo Counter has been notified of some recent and forthcoming retirements from the senior ranks of photo retailing. David Owen, Owens…

Battery chargers too flash by half!

January 20, 2011: Photo retailer Alan Small (Taree Camera House) has called for an international standard to be established for camera battery charger indicator systems.…

‘Chinese whispers’ dog Noritsu

January 20, 2011: Noritsu Koki Japan has re-affirmed its commitment to the imaging business following ‘simply untrue and unfounded’ rumours of its demise. Source of…

Retailer group says GST-free campaign stinks

January 19, 2011: The Fair Imports Alliance, a coalition of retail and wholesale industry associations, has called on big retailers to drop their campaign on…

Floods: Close calls for many

January 13, 2011: Most photo retailers seem to have escaped the ravages of the Queensland floods thus far, though the situation is still unclear and…

Three new compacts from Olympus

January 12, 2011: Olympus has announced three new compact digital cameras in their product range, arriving in Australia late February. The TG-310 (pictured above) is…

Fast cards from Kingston

January 12, 2011: Kingston Digital has announced February availability of SDHC UHS-I UltimateXX memory cards, the highest speed class available in SD format. Kingston says…

PMA wants to click with enthusiasts

January 12, 2011: PMA has rebranded its annual US trade show ‘Cliq’ and launched a website, www.cliqworld.com, targetting photo enthusiasts. ‘”Cliq” is a 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week…

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