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Olympus UK is offering a sweet freebie for anyone who’s contemplating a PEN E-PL5 or E-PM2: buy either camera, body-only or as part of a kit from an authorised dealer, and you can claim a 17mm ƒ/2.8 pancake lens for free. The offer runs on purchases made from today until 15 September 2013. Claims need [...]View Post 15 september, authorised dealer, free lens, freebie, olympus website
Well this is intriguing. Photo Rumors is reporting that Adobe recently surveyed some of its customers about a restructure to the not-very-well-received new Creative Cloud subscription model. Instead of the proposed $49.99 a month for the complete Cloud, or $19.99 a month for a single product subscription it asked how customers felt about paying $9.99 [...]View Post obligation, photo, questionnaires, restructure, subscription model
As a general rule, it’s very hard to get excited about entry-level compact cameras, so we’ll just give you a quick heads-up that Pentax has released the Ephina, a new 26-130mm (in 35mm equivalent), 14 megapixel, credit card-sized camera for around £80. Sensitivity reaches ISO 1,600, there’s shake reduction, 16 scene modes, and automatic face-detection. [...]View Post automatic face, compact cameras, design choices, megapixel, memory
We haven’t seen any updates from Triggertrap’s Android division since November last year or so, but that doesn’t mean to say that their boffins have been kicking back and drinking tea. Oh no, they’ve been hard at it, and have just launched a shiny new Android version of the universally awesome universal camera trigger to [...]View Post boffins, clap, master mode, wi fi
Nikon announced cashback offers on purchases of its S1, V2, and J3 cameras on Thursday. Now it has added the D5200 and D600 to the list. Between today and 31 July 2013 you can reclaim £50 (€60 in the Republic of Ireland) on purchases of Nikon D5200s, or £150 (€180 in the Republic of Ireland) [...]View Post 31 july, cameras, d600, nikon, republic of ireland
If you weren’t able to catch the Datacolor and Triggertrap webinar on remote controlled photography yesterday, possibly because you were sleeping (in the Antipodes and Asia), having dinner (in Europe and Africa), or at work (in the Americas), then you need feel guilty or excluded no longer. The recording is now available for your perusal. [...]View Post africa, asia, camera operation, datacolor, photography