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Canon Rollouts Rebel T7i & 77D DSLRs, Mirrorless M6

Melville, NY—Developed to meet the varying needs of entry-level and advanced amateur photographers, Canon USA introduced two additions to the EOS system.  The EOS...

CES 2017 Exceeded Expectations for Imaging Innovation

Once called the Consumer Electronics Show, and then the International Consumer Electronic Show, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has rebranded its annual technology show...

Action Cameras for Everyone

The action cam market has been growing with more players, smaller but more sophisticated action cameras and, not surprisingly, 4K video support. The initial target...
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Photography, Unplugged: Going Wireless

One way in which camera makers are adapting to the proliferation of smartphones is by incorporating wireless communications in many digital cameras. With wireless-ready...

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...

Kodak Unwraps PixPro Orbit360 4K VR Cam

Las Vegas, NV—The new Kodak PixPro Orbit360 4K VR camera adopts a minimalist approach to an all-in-one 360º VR (virtual reality) camera. It sports...

DI Reporter’s 2017 Product Showcase

A signature feature of Digital Imaging Reporter’s convention and show coverage of the digital imaging sector, the 2017 Product Showcase highlights a selection of...

Panasonic Mirrorless Lumix GH5 Optimized for 4K Video

Las Vegas, NV—At CES 2017, along with the long-zoom Lumix DMC-FZ80, the mirrorless GX850 with 4K video capabilities, and a host of new G...

LG ProBeam Home Cinema Projector

Huntsville, AL—At CES 2017, LG Electronics (LG) will introduce the LG ProBeam laser projector for home cinema viewing. "The LG ProBeam will go beyond...

Enthusiast Interchangeable-Lens Cameras

According to the most recent stats, overall sales figures for digital interchangeable-lens cameras (ILCs) are down. This corresponds to the decline in Japanese camera...