Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Canon news, Hasselblad compact, Fuji axes film, AP 10 August

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Tuesday 30 July 2013

In industry news, this week Canon UK is claiming top spot in terms of photo and video sales while globally the company's sales revenue climbed 4.4%.

In terms of kit Hasselblad has been seeing stars. That is, the firm has announced a 20.9MP compact camera, called the Stellar. It will be available in six ‘exotic' wooden handle options.

There's some sad news for film enthusiasts as Fujifilm took the 'difficult decision' to cease production of another four films.

Last, but certainly not least, I'd like to plug our upcoming 10 August issue. It's all about inspiration and is stuffed with ideas from creative use off shallow depth of field to making photo essays. We hope it will rekindle your photography if you feel stuck in a rut, or help you develop you passion further. Don't miss it.

That's my plug done with, see you next week.

Damien Demolder, Editor
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