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Tuesday 04 March 2014

Welcome to this week's AP newsletter.

Leica has kicked off its centenary celebrations by launching a special medium-format camera, the Leica S Edition 100. However, in the words attributed to the 19th Century US financier JP Morgan: 'if you have to ask the price, you can't afford it. Perhaps the birthday party will be held in the 'probably the smallest store in the world', opened by Leica in Mayfair, London.

Talking about Americans and money, it's getting all litigious across the pond for Nikon as photographers sue the company over a dust problem affecting the D600.

Meanwhile, Canon has announced that it is considering to drastically cut back on production of compact cameras under £117.

And last but not least, I think you can all bask in the warm glow of righteousness. Thanks to your generosity a school in Birmingham that had sent out appeal for darkroom equipment has received enough kit for not one but two facilities. 

Have a great week in photography.

Nigel Atherton, Editor
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March gallery competition - In the Dirt

The AP gallery competition for March is now open. The theme is: In the Dirt

Last year we asked you to look up and look down. Now we want you to view the world from ground level.

Post your entries here

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