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Ricoh Imaging Upgrades Service for Pentax K-1 Owners

Las Vegas, NV—In conjunction with the announcement introducing the new Pentax K-1 Mark II 35mm full-frame digital SLR (DSLR) camera, Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation...

Snapshot of the Camera Industry, 2017: LensVid

Las Vegas, NV—This is the fifth year that LensVid has monitored the photography industry via its community website. This year, after almost an entire...

Kingston Debuts Canvas Memory Cards

Fountain Valley, CA—Kingston Digital, Inc., the flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, debuted a series of Canvas memory cards. The Canvas flash lineup...

Ricoh Reveals Pentax K-1 Mark II Full-Frame DSLR

West Caldwell, NJ-Ricoh Imaging Americas Corporation introduced the Pentax K-1 Mark II 35mm full-frame DSLR. Developed as the successor to the Pentax K-1 that...

Canon Unveils EOS M50 Mirrorless & EOS Rebel T7 DSLR Cameras

Las Vegas, NV—To encourage phoneographers shooting with a smartphone camera to upgrade to an entry-level interchangeable-lens camera (ILC), Canon unveiled two camera models. The...

DIR’s WPPI 2018 Wedding Photography Product Showcase

An integral part of our coverage of WPPI 2018, Digital Imaging Reporter’s Wedding Photography Product Showcase includes the latest as well as noteworthy photo-imaging...

Nikon Claims #1 Spot In Full-Frame Camera Market for Dec. 2017

Las Vegas, NV—Nikon Inc. announced that in December 2017 it attained the #1 position for both market share and revenue in the detachable-lens full-frame...

Digital Imaging Reporter’s CES 2018 Product Showcase

An exclusive feature of Digital Imaging Reporter’s CES convention coverage of the digital imaging category, the 2018 Product Showcase shines a light on some...

DIR January 9, 2018 Editor’s Note: Is It January Already?

Every year it seems that January comes just a little bit sooner, and the CES show comes right along with it. We’re pleased to...

The Last Word: A Rosy Picture for the Digital Imaging Market

As the smartphone settles in as many consumers’ go-to imaging device, there remains much to be upbeat about in the digital imaging market. Premium segments...