Massive increases in air and seas freight due to the impacts of Covid will see price pressure on all imported photographic products in early 2021, both in Australia and in other importing countries around the world.
The totally excellent series of photography pocket guides from Media Publishing (Photo Review Australia) is complemented this month by the second edition of its Low Light Photography guide, out just in time for Christmas.
Gary Pageau, publisher of US-based photo business website, The Dead Pixels Society, made some astute observations on the demise of Photokina which we re-publish, with…
After 70 years, Photokina, the ‘Worlds Fair of Imaging’ is no more. Organiser and venue, Koelnmesse (the Cologne exhibition halls) attributed the decision to ‘the…
Premium photographic paper manufacturer, Ilford, has announced the Sprite 35-II, an affordable re-usable 35mm compact film camera which pays homage to the original Ilford Sprite 35 from the 1960s.
Fujifilm has announced the GFX100 medium format camera will now be able to capture a staggering 400 megapixel image, thanks to a new pixel shift…
Having lost the support of both the state and federal government arts grants administrators, and having operated with punishing losses over the past several years even while enjoying government support, the Board of the ACP had little choice but to shutter the once-seminal institution.
The transfer of ownership of Kodak Alaris from the dividend-starved UK Kodak Pensioners Fund to the UK's Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is now official and complete, with a revolving line of credit agreed by the PPF now the only thing enabling the business to trade on as a going concern, according to the company's latest annual report.
SONY α7S III: The long-awaited the third-generation model in Sony’s video-orientated Alpha 7S series has a new sensor and processor plus a huge buffer memory for continuous shooting. But it's pricey, and expertise will be needed to get the most out of this camera.