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The week just gone has seen Nokia unveil its Lumia 1020 smartphone, which carries a six-element Zeiss f/2.2 lens (including one glass element), and a 41MP, 1/1.5in-type, back-side illuminated imaging sensor.
Also out is a new flashgun from Nissin - the Di700, which comes in Nikon and Canon fit and has an SRP of £195.
Finally in product news, Hoya has released a new range of filters, called REVO. In size, they run from 35mm to 82mm and prices start at £35.
There's been competition news, too. To begin with, the Picture Editors' Guild Awards 2013 have just been opened for entries. Meanwhile the Royal Navy has announced the winners of its annual photo competition - you can view the winners here.
Finally, the Society of International Travel and Tourism Photographers has unveiled the winning images in its own annual contest. This year the theme was 'people watching'.
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