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Selective Focus: Transition & Tradition in the Digital Camera Marketplace

Way back when, I interviewed Eastman Kodak CEO George Fisher in the hallowed halls of State Street for the progenitor of this publication, Photo...

June 2018 Tech Trends: Camcorder Sales on the Rise

Sales Bolstered by Canon & Panasonic Devices Port Washington, NY—There are pockets of stability in the camcorder category, even though overall camcorder sales continue to...

Blackmagic Design Debuts 4K Pocket Cinema Camera

Fremont, CA—The new 4K pocket cinema camera from Blackmagic Design offers professional features in a portable and affordable form factor. The lightweight, carbon fiber...

Strategy Session: Finding What’s Next—the 2018 NAB Show

So, what does the editor of Digital Imaging Reporter expect to accomplish at the National Association of Broadcasters’ (NAB) show? Quite simply, I’m always on...

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...

photokina 2018 Update: New Annual Format Begins

Las Vegas, NV—The photokina 2018 event will be the last time the international trade fair for the photo, video and imaging industries takes place...

Strategy Session: Net Impressions of CES 2018

As my plane landed at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, my mind (and legs) geared up for another CES. At the show, I...

Editor’s Notebook: The Imaging Shift at CES 2018

As I once again roam the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center at CES, I notice a not-so-subtle shift on the imaging side...

Panasonic Unveils Lumix GH5S Hybrid DSLM

Las Vegas, NV—Panasonic introduced the hybrid Lumix GH5S digital single-lens mirrorless camera with expanded video recording capability and enhanced image quality. Developed for professional...

DIR November 2017 Editor’s Note: Circling the Imaging Industry

The imaging industry is certainly not what it used to be. As you look through the pages of our magazine this month, you’ll get...