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WHAT’S THE DEAL WITH: Yongnuo lenses?

Despite kicking around for over a decade Chinese manufacturer, Yongnuo, is a bit of a dark horse in the photo industry. After starting out as an obscure eBay-based photographic lighting brand, Yongnuo is now a leading trigger manufacturer and has its sights set on the third-party lens market. In seven years, it has built up a solid line up of affordable 'copycat' prime lenses for Canon EF and now RF, Nikon F, Sony E, and M43 cameras.

IPIC 2021 Report

We republish this report on the IPIC event in Las Vegas (July), courtesy of Don Franz and Photo Imaging News: This year’s IPIC meeting was…

PRODUCT MUSTER: September 2021

Our comprehensive new product section includes full press releases from all distributors: Canon RF 16mm f2.8 STM and RF 100-400mm f5.6-8 IS USM... Nikon Nikkor Z 40mm f2...Polaroid Now+ has smartphone 'smarts'... Third of fourth f1.8 for Lumix... Tamron goes long... Fujifilm X-T30 II plus 23, 33mm f1.4 lenses...

Major copyright ruling a ‘double-edged sword’?

Business dealings between real estate photographers and agents may become more formal and time-consuming, after a photographer won a copyright infringement appeal against Realestate.com.au for unlawfully sub-licensing his images.

While the Appeals Court ruled that Realestate.com.au (REA) used overreaching rights-grabbing terms and conditions to commit copyright infringement, a leading Australian IP lawyer is concerned this ruling could be a 'double-edged sword' as the giant News Corp-owned sales platform seeks a legal workaround.