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Low-cost protective sleeve

Local company Life! has released the Dryz Digital Protector, a new low-cost accessory for protecting digital cameras and other devices at the beach or anywhere…

Phil Gresham assumes PMA chair

Phil Gresham (Fotofast, Brisbane) has been appointed PMA Australia national chairperson for 2012. The following details on the full PMA executive for 2012 come from PMA…

Stewart Pickersgill moves to CR Kennedy

January 16, 2012: CR Kennedy has appointed Stewart Pickersgill to the newly-created position of national Ricoh product manager. The appointment follows the announcement in December…

A decade of evolving technology

(From Photo Review, Issue 50, Dec-Feb 2011/12) Imaging technology has come a long way since the end of 2001. Back then, a handful of companies…

Olympus and Kodak make bad news

The year commenced with two leading photographic companies in the news for all the wrong reasons – Olympus for its massive financial scandal and Eastman…

Pleasing trends in Christmas trading

While the daily press and electronic media have characteristically taken lacklustre general retail performance over the Christmas period and spun it into a near catastrophe, there’s a significantly different story coming…

CES: Samsung boosts range

January 10, 2012: Samsung has announced additions to its compact digicam and digital camcorder ranges, slated for local release between February and April. The Samsung WB850F,…

CES: Fujifilm goes interchangeable

January 10, 2012: Fujifilm has used CES to release details of the X-Pro1, its first interchangeable-lens system camera. The X-Pro1 has similar rangefinder styling to the well-regarded X100 and…

CES: Canon announces large-sensor Canon G1X

January 10, 2012: Canon has (finally) added a new large-sensor model to its premium G-series of PowerShot cameras. The PowerShot G1X boasts an all-new 1.5-inch type (18.7 x…

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