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Tamron Developing Two Lenses for Full-Frame DSLRs & One for Mirrorless

Las Vegas, NV—Shiro Ajisaka, president and CEO of Tamron Co., Ltd., announced the development of two lenses for full-frame DSLRs: the 35–150mm f/2.8–4 Di...

WPPI 2019: Practical and Inspirational Education

Las Vegas, NV—Held February 25 through March 1, WPPI 2019 is located at its all-inclusive and community-oriented home in the Mandalay Bay Convention Center...

Digital Imaging Reporter’s 2018 Dealer of the Year: Art’s Cameras Plus

Don’t worry about the future of specialty photo retailing. Art’s Cameras Plus understands the need for optimum customer and employee experiences to foster their...

Selective Focus: 2019—The Year of the Lens

Judging from the lens introductions at photokina, and those already in the pipeline, consumers have some tough, though plentiful, choices to make when it...

2018 photokina: A “Map” of Today’s Imaging World

The World’s Fair of Imaging, photokina, has gotten a makeover—one that expands what it means to participate in the imaging industry. At the same...

2018 photokina: A “Map” of Today’s Imaging World

The World’s Fair of Imaging, photokina, has gotten a makeover—one that expands what it means to participate in the imaging industry. At the same...

Tamron Sponsors Loco Solare Women’s Curling Team

Commack, NY—Tamron announced its sponsorship of Loco Solare (LS Kitami). The women’s curling team hails from Tokoro-cho, Kitami City, Hokkaido. In addition, Loco Solare,...

Tamron 17-35mm f/2.8-4 Di OSD Compact Ultrawide-Angle Lens

Commack, NY—Tamron introduced the Tamron 17-35mm f/2.8-4 Di OSD (model A037) ultrawide-angle zoom lens for 35mm full-frame DSLR cameras. A separate concept from the...

Phase One’s Capture One 11.1 RAW Conversion Software

Melville, NY—Phase One, a manufacturer of high-end digital camera systems, announced Capture One 11.1 RAW conversion and image-editing software. The release is designed to...

Selective Focus: When Consumers & Companies Vote with Their Feet

The catchphrase “voting with one’s feet” might well define the battle the photo industry is engaged in today. This is a two-way street, with...