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Pictionary Air is Light-Painting Turned Into a Game

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The classic charades-inspired word-guessing drawing game Pictionary is entering the digital age, and light-painting photographers will feel right at home. If you need some fun practice before you head out with your camera, the upcoming Pictionary Air involves drawing in the air with a light pen. Instead of using pen ...

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World First ‘CANIKON’ Autofocus Lens Adapter Coming from KIPON

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Want to use your Canon EF-mount lenses on a Nikon camera… with autofocus? That will soon be possible. KIPON has announced the world’s first “CANIKON” lens adapter. While Canon-to-Nikon and Nikon-to-Canon lens adapters already exist, none of them allow you to use autofocus — in other words, any adapted lens ...

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Tokina Unveils the 16-28mm f/2.8 for Full-Frame Canon and Nikon DSLRs

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Kenko Tokina has announced the new Tokina opera 16-28mm f/2.8 FF lens for full-frame Canon and Nikon DSLRs. A new member of Tokina’s premium “opera” lineup, the 16-28mm f/2.8 FF is a super-wide-angle lens designed for landscape, architecture, documentary, environmental, and night sky photographers. Featuring a newly designed Silent Drive ...

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Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke Leaving After 5 Years at the Helm

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The Eastman Kodak Company announced on Wednesday that Jeff Clarke is stepping down as CEO after serving for five years at the helm. Clarke is leaving the company. The Democrat & Chronicle reports that Kodak board chairman Jim Continenza, 56, will take over as the new CEO, becoming Kodak’s executive ...

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Light and Sony Team Up for Future of Smartphones with 4+ Cameras

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Light and Sony have announced a new partnership to advance a future of smartphones with four or more cameras on the back. Light, which previously launched a 16-camera point-and-shoot called the L16, has recently been pushing into the world of smartphones. Sony is the global leader in imaging sensors, so ...

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