Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Nikon Smartphone, new photo shows, Government copyright response, priceless find

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Tuesday 09 July 2013

Hi there. So, what's been happening over the past few sun-blenched days?

Well, in terms of product and industry news, things have all been rather languid of late, although there are reports that Nikon is considering producing its own line of smartphones as sales of compact cameras continue to tumble. In an interview with AP, Nikon President Makoto Kimura says developers are working on products due to go on sale within five years.

In other news, a second new photographic show has been announced just weeks after the demise of the Focus on Imaging trade expo. It will be held in London next March. 

Elsewhere, the Government has responded to concerns aired by photographers regarding online copyright over 'orphan works'.

Also, a priceless collection of photographs featuring South Africa miners dating from the 1880s has been discovered beneath a secret trap door in a North Yorkshire wine cellar.

Finally, don't forget our Rutland Bird Fair competition in which you can win a day out at the event as well as a Panasonic Lumix FZ200 worth £449.99.

Until next time...

Damien Demolder, Editor
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