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JK Imaging Unveils Waterproof Kodak PIXPRO WPZ2 Point-and-Shoot


JK Imaging—the company that has been releasing all sorts of Kodak-branded goods for several years now—debuted a new camera at the PhotoPlus Expo in NYC. Meet the Kodak PIXPRO WPZ2: a rugged, waterproof point-and-shoot that costs just $150. “It has always been our goal to answer the need for the ...

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Elinchrom (Finally) Releases Grids for Every Rotalux Light Modifier


The Elinchrom Rotalux Softbox system is finally complete. 25 years after the popular light shaping system debuted, Elinchrom has finally debuted “Rotagrids” for all 12 modifier shapes, allowing Rotalux users to better control their light spread. The newly announced Rotagrids are 30° grids that come in every size and shape ...

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Thermal Camera at Museum Spots Woman’s Breast Cancer


A thermal camera at a tourist attraction in Edinburgh, Scotland may have helped save a 41-year-old woman’s life recently by spotting her breast cancer before it had been diagnosed. In May of this year, Bal Gill, 41, visited the Camera Obscura and World of Illusions in Edinburgh where she posed ...

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Canon Says IBIS and Dual Card Slots Coming to High End EOS R Model


Canon has more-or-less confirmed what many had hoped, and rumor sites had already been reporting: in-body image stabilization (IBIS) and dual card slots will both be included in the “high-end” EOS R model that the brand is “considering” (read: has in development). The revelation came during a meeting between Amateur ...

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