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Thursday 06 March 2014

This fortnight Nikon has released official details of the forthcoming successor to its flagship D4, the Nikon D4S. We have a first look video of the D4S in action.

We also have taken a first look at the Sony Alpha 6000 and conducted a full review of the Fujifilm X-T1.

We have also been discussing the fact that Getty has made a huge amount of its image library free to use online. Find out more about this in our news article.

For those interested in compact system cameras, our sister title, Amateur Photographer, has conducted an investigation into the issue of whether compact system cameras are on their way out. Take a look at the report here.

Also, don't forget to enter our new photo of the month competition for March. The theme is open to any image. Winners will be featured in a future copy of the newsletter and receive a 4GB memory card.

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Photo of the Month competition

Upload an image to our Photo of the month gallery in March for a chance to have it named 'photo of the month' and win a 4GB memory card.

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Buying Advice
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What Digital Camera March 2014

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