Panasonic has announced they're joining forces with CameraWorld at this year's Focus on Imaging show
With a unique look, the engineers at Canon Inc give us a litte insight behind the design of the PowerShot N
Olympus has announced that its high-end compact - the XZ-2 will be produced in white
With just two weeks to go before the closing date, Nikon has announced a final call for entries to the Nikon Photo Contest
Panasonic has introduced a 'try before you buy' service for its flagship Compact System Camera - the Lumix GH3
Professional commercial photographer and filmmaker, Jim Marks, talks to What Digital Camera about his experiences with Fujifilm's latest compact cameras - the X100S and X20.
Apple has announced it is making the new MacBook Pro (Retina display) more affordable with updated processors.
London Camera Exchange has announced it's to open a new store in the city of Manchester.
Renowned Wildlife Photographer, Steve Bloom, has announced he'll be touring regional UK arts and theatres in the early part of 2013
The Nikon D800/E scoops the highly acclaimed Product of the Year award at the Amateur Photographer Awards 2013
Established to recognise the talent of wildlife photographers in Britain, the British Wildlife Photography Awards have announced they're on the search for new entries
The World Photography Organisation has revealed the shortlists for the Professional, Open and Youth categories of the 2013 Sony World Photography Awards
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