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Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros II Black & White Film Issued

Valhalla, NY—Kenji Sukeno, president of Fujifilm Corporation, announced that a new generation of Neopan 100 Acros II black-and-white film was released in Japan on...

Printing Press: What’s Happening July 2019

The What’s Happening July 2019 installment covers photo book bundles for pros and event photographers, featuring DNP photo printers. We also look at a...

Smart Camera Market: Future Market Insights

Valley Cottage, NY—Smart cameras, also called intelligent cameras or connected cameras, are the subject of an infographic by Future Market Insights (FMI). Technological advancements...

2019 DIR Salutes Superstars behind the Counter

Last year our editorial staff thought it was appropriate to recognize the “unsung heroes” in our industry—those retail associates who spend their time and...

Visual 1st 2019 Conference Preview

San Francisco, CA—Visual 1st, a conference focused on promoting innovation and partnerships in the photo and video ecosystem, announced its initial topic, presenters, as...

The Spotlight Is on … The Fujinon Lens Brand

Fujinon lenses are held in the highest esteem by professional and serious enthusiast photographers as well as cinematographers. That is because they can be...

Fujifilm’s Rugged FinePix XP140 P&S

Las Vegas, NV—The Fujifilm FinePix XP140 is the latest rugged point-and-shoot compact camera in the company’s XP series. The new camera includes upgrades to...

ProGrade Digital Recovery Pro Software

San Jose, CA—ProGrade Digital introduced Recovery Pro. The professional-grade software assists with recovery of photo and video files that are lost, accidentally deleted and/or...

Printing Press: High-Tech to Basic Photo Book Printing

Just like every other printing technology, photo book printing has undergone dramatic changes in the digital age. In the 1960s, when Polaroid prints were...

Printing Press: The State of the U.S. Photo Printing Market

Keypoint Intelligence - InfoTrends estimates that 1,300 billion photos were taken in the U.S. during 2017. Moreover, 75% were taken on smartphones. We continue...