HP is expanding its Photosmart range of digital cameras with the HP R817 and HP R818. Both 5MP models, they each sport a 5x optical zoom Pentax lens.
Trust has released three new 4-port USB hubs enabling devices such scanners and external hard drives to be attached to a home computer.
Jessops is now selling Canon’s new digital SLR the EOS 350D exclusively in silver with an f/3.5-5.6II USM lens.
A free download is now available for Pixmantec RawShooter essentials 2005, offering extended camera support and faster performance.
Pentax has added a third DSLR to its current line-up, with the announcement of the Pentax *istDL. The £500 camera is a small lightweight model, with a 6.1MP CCD and…
The ‘Stone’ range is the latest line of bags from Camera Care Systems (CCS), available in three different colours and sizes.
The Olmec OP610 Photo Factory is a new fast photo printer from ICI Imagedata.
PhotoImpact XL SE is a new image-editing program aimed at the budget-conscious photographer.
Fay Godwin, one of Britain’s best-known landscape photographers, has died aged 74. She was self-taught and took up photography in the 1960s, beginning with portraits of her children.
To mark its 100th year Barnardo’s is holding a photographic competition called ‘The Face of Multicultural Britain Today.’
Designed for the Tri Grip and Reflector Range, Sunlite and Soft Silver are two new reflector surfaces from Lastolite that are designed for digital photographers.
Anyone keen on underwater photography may be interested in a new Universal Underwater flash from Sealife, which can be used up to a depth of 60m (200 feet.)
The 5MP Digimax i5 is Samsung’s first slim-line digital camera to feature an internal 3x optical zoom lens in a body 17.3mm thick.
It may sound impossible but Panasonic batteries has launched AA cells with enough power to run a life-size car.
If Jessops’s newest battery charger is not compatible with your digital camera battery, the high-street photographic giant will give you your money back.
A collection of David Steen's photographs of iconic male figures ‘Heroes and Villains’ is the name of new book from Genesis Publications and an exhibition currently showing at the Hoopers…
Top Scottish-based wildlife photographer Niall Benvie has launched a high-end drum-scanning service aimed at the discerning enthusiast.
BBC News Online has an interesting report detailing how two American photographers have incorporated advanced technology into digital cameras to speed up architectural photography.
The Guildhall in London played host to the annual Picture Editor Awards, which this year were presented by Gordon Brown, Chancellor of the Exchequer.
H&M Systems has announced two updates to its image-editing software StudioLine Photo version 2.8 and its freeware program StudioLine Photo Basic.