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Leica Q-P to be Launched Soon (Rumor)

The Leica Q-P is due to be announced this week, according to rumor sites Nokishita and Mirrorless Rumors . Apart from cosmetic changes to the exterior, the Q-P will apparently have the same specifications as the current Leica Q camera, which we reviewed back in 2015. More details as we get them..

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Content Marketing World Round-Up

Content Marketing World is taking place in Cleveland this week. Billed as “the largest content event,” the annual conference attracts nearly 4,000 marketers who come from all over to learn… Read More > > >

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Nikon Mirrorless: Photographers give their first impressions on the new mirrorless system

Nikon has posted their 5th teaser for the new Z6 and Z7 full frame mirrorless cameras coming this week from Nikon. In this video, the Read more…

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Canon Patent Applications: More stacked sensor patents

Canon has released a couple of stacked sensor patent applications this week dealing with various issues surrounding the manufacturing or use of stacked sensors. In Read more…

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An Update on the upcoming Tamron 17-35mm f/2.8-4 Di OSD

The Tamron 17-35mm f/2.8-4 Di OSD, which leaked out earlier this week is likely going to be officially announced by Monday, August 6, 2018 at Read more…

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The free grip offer from Nikon expires this week

The lens-only Nikon rebates aready expired last week. The free battery grip offer is set to expire on June 30th.

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New Nikon summer cashback in the UK (and the rest of Europe)

After the last price increase , Nikon UK is now running a new summer cashback program (see details at  WEX ,  Jessops , and  Park Cameras ). The cashback program is also available in several other European countries ( Germany for example ) – check your local Nikon website for more details.

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Images and Information About the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS III and EF 70-200mm f/4L IS II

We’ve been reporting about the EF 70-200mm f/4L IS II and the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS III for a while no, and I think it’s safe to say both lenses are going to be announced this week. The information below is translated from Swedish, and the PDF provided by Nokishita is below. Information about the Read more…

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How to identify a refurbished Nikon camera or a lens?

Here is an unconfirmed way to determine if a Nikon camera or a lens has been originally sold as refurbished – if refurbished, there should be two pinprick marks on both sides of the serial number: Refurbished Nikon gear is sold at  Amazon ,  B&H ,  Adorama ,  eBay ,  Cameta Camera  and  BuyDig  and usually comes with a 90 day US warranty. Thanks Broxibear! Related posts: Deal of the day: refurbished Nikon D800 camera for $1,779 Another week, another refurbished Nikon D600 price drop Big price drop on refurbished Nikon lenses

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A Weekly Round-Up of Canon Patents

CanonNews released their weekly roundup of Canon patent applications. This week has some touch screen and sensor related improvements as well as a few other miscellaneous camera related patents. In particular, two patent applications for diffractive optical element manufacturing certainly show that Canon is continuing to push forward in advancing diffractive optics

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