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Canon close to supply recovery

May 25, 2011: Canon anticipates its earthquake- and tsunami-hit supply chain will recover faster than originally estimated, according to a Reuters report this week, while…

Seeking new Frontiers

May 19, 2011: After more than 20 years behind a photo counter, Frontier Photographics’ Michael Coyne has decided to put his successful Darwin camera store…

Strange bedfellows for PMA@CES

May 19, 2011: PMA@CES (January 10 – 13, 2011), the recently-announced alternative to the cancelled PMA 2011 trade event will be sharing the floor at…

Hydro diddled on solar power deal

May 18, 2011: After investing over $55,000 on solar panels for his new, expanded premises, Hydro Photographics’ Paul Dawson is set to miss out on…

Picpress launches new photobook business

May 18, 2011: Picpress, the photobook-making business of Victorian-based pro lab Nulab, has launched a more consumer-oriented photo gifting business under the brand, ‘Picbook‘ (www.picbook.com.au).…

Technology retailers still selling more for less

The first quarter of 2011 delivered modest value growth for the Australian consumer technical goods market, although photographic products were one of the worse-performing sectors,…

Pansonic announces Lumix G3 interchangeable

May 17, 2011: Panasonic has released details of an addition to its G-series mirrorless camera range, the Lumix-G3, slated for Australian release in July. Panasonic…

Picture cloudy on camera supply

May 12, 2011: The devastating Japanese earthquake and tsunami has hit some camera manufacturers more than others, and, because they are manufactured in Japan, DSLRs…

Local wedding shooters in elite company

May 11, 2011 – Australia is home to 4 out of 10 of the world’s best wedding photographers, according to annual ratings from US magazines…

Budget regurgitates old initiatives, says ARA

May 11, 2011: The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) says small business would feel ripped off after mostly ‘recycled’ initiatives disguised as new small business investment…

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