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DIR June 2017 Editor’s Note: Disruptive Technologies

With so much talk about the decline of the photo industry, I often think about how we can seize opportunities for our future. I had...

The Social Landscape & the Photo Industry

It’s been obvious for a good while that smartphones have cut deeply into overall camera sales—compacts and bridge cameras in particular—change the landscape of...

Record Numbers to Buy Tech Black Friday Week: CTA

Arlington, VA—A record-setting 116 million Americans—almost half the U.S. adult population (47%)—plan to purchase tech or tech accessories during Black Friday Week, according to...

Point & Shoot Digital Cameras Gaining Popularity with 13–17 Year Olds:...

Weymouth, MA—At a time when the imaging industry is faced with the assertion that cameraphones have overtaken the digital camera as the main photo...

A Conversation with Canon USA’s Eliott Peck

Eliott Peck recently celebrated his 40th anniversary with Canon. In his long history there, he has seen an industry emerge, adapt, grow and evolve....

Eyefi & Microsoft Make Digital Camera Photos Available on Windows Phones

Mountain View, CA—Eyefi announced that its photography solution will now allow Windows phone users to take pictures with both their digital cameras and Windows...

The Best Cameraphones for Summer 2015

At the beginning, the ease of social sharing of photos, selfie snapping, video calling and ubiquitous pocket availability are what made cameraphones so popular....

Selective Focus: Reach Out and Touch Someone

While the International CES stolidly maintains its trade-only policy, other photo shows are making a concerted effort to be inclusive of customers for photo...

Zooming In: Looking Back, Looking Ahead—The Industry Continues Its Evolution

As Ollie said to Stan (Hardy to Laurel, that is): “Well, here’s another fine mess you’ve gotten me into.” For a century or so,...

A Preview of 2015 Photo Retail Trends

Time to dust off the crystal ball for a look ahead into 2015. The tumultuous year of 2014 is barely in the rearview mirror...