Tuesday, 8 April 2014

New Sony Alpha 7s and the unexpected consequences of selfies

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Tuesday 08 April 2014

Big news from Sony this week as the Alpha 7s joins the Alpha 7 family. Not only does it come boasting 4K video but it also shoots at ISO 409,600, ending the Nikon D4S's short reign as the only camera to do so.

There are also some recently revealed images by the world's first female press photographer Christina Broom, which have just gone on show at the Museum of London.

Finally, we take an irreverent look at the unexpected consequences of the selfie craze in 6 unexpected ways the selfie phenomenon has made all of our lives worse.

That's all for this week.

Nigel Atherton, Editor
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The selfie craze that continues to sweep the world has affected us in more ways than you might think. Take a look at some of the oddest and most unfortunate things that have come about from our obsession with the selfie

Read our round-up here.


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Show us an image that says something about you. It can be a self-portrait, an object or even something you desire (within reason).

The competition closes on the morning of May 1.

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