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Canon Can’t Tell This Photo Contains Stolen Elements


Canon generated some controversy this week by widely sharing a photo that contained portions taken without permission from a shot by photographer Elia Locardi using a Fujifilm camera. The company has now responded, but instead of issuing an apology, it’s clear Canon can’t tell that the infringement occurred. The photo ...

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Kodak Scanza: A New Compact Budget Film Scanner


Kodak has announced a new budget film scanner called the Scanza. Designed for consumers, the scanner can digitize a number of different film formats, from 35mm still photos to 8mm motion picture film. The Kodak Scanza comes with three different adapter trays for working with different film sizes (35mm, 126, ...

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Kodak KashMiner: A Bitcoin Miner That You Rent for $3,400


It turns out the new KodakCoin isn’t the only way Kodak is joining the cryptocurrency craze. Kodak has also created the Kodak KashMiner, a bitcoin mining machine that you rent for $3,400 and share the profits on. Kodak has been showing off the machine this week at CES 2018 in ...

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Rare ‘Fake Leica’ Sculpture Shows Up on eBay for $100,000


A famous and rare stainless steel “fake Leica” camera sculpture has popped up on eBay. The asking price: $99,995 with $350 economy shipping. We first reported on this sculpture back in 2011. It was created by Chinese artist Liao Yibai, who made three 772lb (350kg) sculptures that were subsequently displayed ...

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Couple Sends Wedding Photographer 30-Page Critique of Their Photos


Ah, the joys of dealing with difficult clients as a wedding photographer. A dissatisfied newlywed couple in Hong Kong recently sent their wedding photographer a giant 30-page document to point out flaws in bad photos they had received. DCFever reports that the couple spent an incredible amount of time meticulously ...

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