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Nulab steps away from AgX

The Nulab Group has installed two HP Indigo 7600 digital presses to handle the bulk of its work and will decommission its silver halide printers…

Pentax 645Z sports 51MP CMOS sensor

The long-awaited, much-rumoured Pentax 645Z medium format camera has been announced, with local availability from June/July. The 645Z is similar in design to the 645D, but there…

And now…colour calibration for smartphones!

X-Rite has announced the release of a ColorTRUE app for Apple iOS and Google Android platforms, enabling photographers to calibrate and profile their tablet and mobile devices…

New dollars from candid event snaps

DNP has announced a new ‘Mobile Party Print’ app for event photographers using DNP dye transfer printers. The app provides added utility and a new…

Pro photographers’ news website launched

Photo Counter is joined this month by Pro Counter, a news website dedicated to the Australian professional photography industry. The website and fortnightly newsletter will…

Dust settling on D600

When the full-frame Nikon D600 SLR was launched back in 2012 it garnered many positive reviews, but out in the field, photographers have been persistently…

Getty V Photographers: Goliath wants a re-match

There was much satisfaction in the pro photography ‘blogosphere’ in November last year when veteran freelance photojournalist Daniel Morel won a precedent-setting case against AFP…

Hasselblad goes CMOS

Hasselblad has flagged March launch of the world’s first 50-megapixel medium format camera using CMOS sensor technology, the H5D-50c. The camera will be based on…

PROtog launches new studio flash range

PROtog has launched Jinbei, a new studio flash brand for the Australian marketplace. Jinbei, China’s largest flash manufacturer, was established in 1995. It designs, develops…

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