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Fujifilm Bolsters Optical Devices Sales Team

Wayne, NJ—The Optical Devices Division of Fujifilm appointed Tom Fletcher as director of Sales. In his new role, Fletcher will oversee sales and promotion...

Smartphone Camera Tech for 2017

If there’s one recent product that has changed the direction of photography the most, it’s the smartphone. Not only has the smartphone camera unleashed...

ON1 Photo RAW 2017 Editing Software

Portland, OR—ON1, Inc., announced that ON1 Photo RAW 2017 is available for immediate download. With an updated modern code optimized for today’s super-megapixel cameras...
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Kodak Ektra Smartphone: Designed for Photographers

Rochester, NY—Eastman Kodak Company and Bullitt Group unveiled the Kodak Ektra smartphone. The photography-led device is designed for photo enthusiasts as well as experts. The...
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BenQ to Show Pro Monitors at PhotoPlus Expo

Costa Mesa, CA—BenQ America Corp. will showcase its Creative series of monitors for the first time at PhotoPlus Expo 2016. The show will be...

CE Week 2016 to Focus on Five Key Tech Trends

New York City, NY—CE Week, the consumer electronics industry’s official weeklong event in New York City, CE is calling it a banner year for...
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Tessera Rings NASDAQ Opening Bell

San Jose, CA—Tessera Technologies’ chief executive officer, Tom Lacey, rang the opening bell at the Nasdaq stock market on March 8, 2016. Lacey was...

Four Groundbreaking Cameras to Hit the Market

Four groundbreaking cameras were announced recently: full-frame digital SLR models and a mirrorless, interchangeable-lens camera. All offer pro-level performance and innovative technologies. Nikon Unleashes FX-Format...

Adobe Gives Bridge CC a Major Update

San Jose, CA—Adobe announced a major update to Bridge CC. V6.2 offers new features such as automated cache management, photo downloader support on OS...

Smartphone Cameras Are Taking On a “Real Camera” Persona

It should come as no surprise that consumers are content to wield the camera they currently carry—their smartphone. And it should come as no...