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Sony announces Alpha 9 II

Sony ANZ has announced the Alpha 9 II full-frame interchangeable lens camera 'created specifically to support working professionals in the fields of sports photography and photojournalism.'

NGV: Troubling photos paint an uncertain future

In 1955, an enormous photographic exhibition, The Family of Man, challenged the world as to what it meant to be human. The curator, Edward Steichen, assembled 503 photographs by 273 photographers from 68 countries, while his brother-in-law, the poet Carl Sandburg, provided the lyrical subtext to the show and its title. In some ways, this new vast exhibition, Civilization: The Way We Live Now, a version of which has just opened at the National Gallery of Victoria, catches the flame of the challenge of The Family of Man with its dreams of humankind living on a rapidly shrinking globe.

The show brings together over 100 contemporary photographers from Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe and Australia with over 200 photographs.

Ex-Canon boffins seek Land of No Returns

Four Australian imaging scientists, formerly with Canon's Australian research unit, CISRA, have set up a technology-based start-up, Bandicoot Imaging Sciences. In just six months or so they already have a viable product to offer the world: A new way of viewing cloth and other materials online which gives the viewer an interactive and realistic experience of what it looks like in different lights and from different angles.


A concise round-up of new product updates, international snippets and other interesting stuff from the wonderful world of photography: Canon M200 unavailable in Australia... Winner of Sony Australia Alpha Awards... AIPP replaces magazine with blog... DJI leaps into industrial drones...

BEST OF THE REST: September 26

Here is a collection of interesting articles recently published by photography websites that aren’t Inside Imaging. NY Times brings Hard Truths to Melbourne...The toll for conflict photographers...Digital artist a 'thief, poser, coward, and liar'