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Tuesday 17 June 2014

This week we are thrilled to unveil the biggest redesign of AP in more than a decade.

The entire team has been working exceptionally hard over the past few months to bring you a new version of AP with a modern twist that retains all the core elements that make it unique. We've got new columnists, new regular features, more inspirational images, more practical advice. Subscribe online here or pick up your copy as it hits the shops today!

But of course, even amidst all this hard work, business for AP goes on as usual. This week we've caught our first glimpse of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000. Boasting a 1-inch sensor and the capacity to shoot 4K video, this new flagship bridge is expected to be a huge hit with action photographers. Take a look at our first look video.

In sadder news we've also seen the end of the road for Morris Photographic as it officially ceases trading and shuts down its base in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.

Finally, the Nikon Photo Contest has widened its brief to accept images taken on smartphones. Film, however, remains banned. What do you think of this decision? Let us know.

That's all for this week, but don't forget to pick up your brand new AP!

Nigel Atherton, Editor
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