Apple is holding a free seminar, enabling photographers to find out more about its image-processing program Aperture.

Lensbabies has introduced a macro kit consisting of two macro lenses, compatible with its Lensbaby macro lenses.

Fujifilm has introduced four USB 2.0 flash -card readers compatible with a selection of memory cards.

Nikon has issued a voluntary recall of some units of its EN-EL3 lithium-ion battery found in the D50, D70 and D100 after incidents of overheating during charging.

The Intuos3 A5 Wide is a new pen tablet from Wacom targeting professionals and enthusiast digital photographers or imagers.

Children’s charity Barnardo’s has launched its 2006 calendar, which is comprised of pictures from its national photographic competition.

Studio-out-of-the-box is an innovative desktop studio from Kaiser that digital photographers can use to photograph items they want to sell on the Internet.

Canon EOS training specialist Experience Seminars has introduced its 2006 catalogue, which includes Days Out, Seminars, Photo Experiences and Holidays aimed at photographers.

The R340 and R240 are new additions to Epson’s Stylus series of printers incorporating new PhotoEnhance technology

Throughout November the Samsung Imaging Roadshow will be visiting locations throughout England, showcasing the latest digital cameras, phones and printers.

Nikon has announced the successor to the D100; the £1299 D200 features a 10.2MP DX format CCD capable of capturing images 3872 x 2592 pixels in size.

Sony has introduced the T9, a slim-line addition to the Cyber-shot range incorporating double ‘anti-blur’ technology and a Carl Zeiss lens.