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New Nikon camera with CF Express memory card expected in Q2

Nikon is rumored to announce a new camera with CF Express memory card (or cards) in Q2 of this year. It is not clear whether the new camera will be mirrorless or DSLR (my bet is for a new DSLR camera).

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Final 2018 CIPA numbers

In case you missed my post on PhotoRumors – the final CIPA 2018 numbers are in (see also the latest financial reports recap ): Compared with 2018, DSLR shipped units were down 13% to 6.62 million Mirrorless units were up 1% to 4.14 million Compacts were down 35% to 8.66 million. Lenses for smaller than 35mm cameras were down 12% to 12.33 million Lenses for 35mm cameras were up 8% to 5.69 million. 35mm*+DSLR+mirrorless units : 2007: 8.26 million 2008: 9.7 million (+17.4%) 2009: 9.91 million (+2.2%) 2010: 12.89 million (+30.1%) 2011: 15.69 million (+21.7%) 2012: 20.16 million (+28.5%) 2013: 17.13 million (-15%) 2014: 13.84 million (-19.2%) 2015: 13.06 million (-5.6%) 2016: 11.61 million (-11.1%) 2017: 11.68 million (+0.6%) 2018: 10.76 million (-7.9%) *35mm film camera units are reported for 2007 only

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UK pricing and ship date for the Canon EOS RP [CR1]

Below is a bit more information about the upcoming Canon EOS RP.

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UK pricing and ship date for the Canon EOS RP [CR1]

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UK pricing and ship date for the Canon EOS RP [CR1]

Below is a bit more information about the upcoming Canon EOS RP. Canon EOS RP global shipping date: February 27, 2019 EOS RP Body & Read more…

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Leica M10-P “ASC 100 Edition” for Cinematographers

Leica has announced the new release of the Leica M10-P “ASC 100 Edition”, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the American Society of Cinematographers. Comprised of an all-black Leica M10-P camera and a gold anodized finish Leica Summicron-M 35 f/2 ASPH. lens, the set offers two specially tailored Cine Look modes built into the camera’s software.

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SpyderX Pro and SpyderX Elite Color Calibration Tools

The SpyderX from Datacolor is its fastest, most accurate and easiest to use color calibration tool for monitors. SpyderX uses a fully redesigned color engine that provides significantly increased color accuracy and low light capabilities.

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SpyderX Pro and SpyderX Elite Color Calibration Tools

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​Recovery Pro from ProGrade Digital

Recovery Pro from ProGrade Digital is professional-grade software to assist with recovery of photo and video files that have become lost, accidentally deleted and/or corrupted. A free “try before you buy” evaluation copy is available; the full software download is $49.99 USD for a 12-month subscription.

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​Recovery Pro from ProGrade Digital

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Leica Unveils New Color Variations For Three Leica M Lenses

Leica have released new color variations for three established Leica M lenses: the Leica APO-Summicron-M 50 f/2 ASPH., Leica Summilux-M 28 f/1.4 ASPH. and the Leica Summaron-M 28 f/5.6

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Delkin Ships 2933X XQD Memory Cards

Delkin’s 2933X XQD memory cards are now shipping and available for purchase. Delkin Premium XQD memory cards are capable of capturing cinema-quality footage, including DCI 4K & Full HD video at 180 fps, as well as 200 RAW photos in burst mode.

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Datacolor debuts SpyderX, a ground-breaking color calibration solution for monitors.

Lawrenceville, New Jersey, USA, February 11, 2019 – Datacolor®, a global leader in color management solutions, has launched SpyderX, its fastest, most accurate and easiest to Read more…

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