It's valid to ask whether there's a degree of awkward desperation in what could be interpreted as a bid for Hasselblad's once-revered name to stay relevant.
In November, Think Tank Photo plans to release the Airport Navigator, a rolling case with top and front access; and CityWalker, a trio of messenger-style camera bags in two trim options.
If you're looking to go beyond the predictable and venture into the spontaneously experimental, this lens gets you there for just $80.
Here at Photokina, we spent some time getting to know the new Olympus PEN Lite E-PL5 and PEN Mini E-PM2, two of the hottest new Micro-Four Thirds cameras.
Move counters Facebook's billion-dollar purchase of popular photo-sharing app Instagram.
Sekonic takes the handheld meter to a new level with the L-478 series, the world's first meters for photographers and filmmakers featuring a color touchscreen control panel.
If you're willing to entrust an entire vacation's photos or your Hollywood epic motion picture to a single memory card, Lexar has just the product for you.
Another day, another camera - but this GH2 successor from Panasonic might be something special. Building on the capabilities of its predecessor, the Lumix GH3 offers up to 20fps shooting and 72Mbps HD video.
Photokina news is coming hot and heavy this week as Panasonic outs a stylish new F2.8 Zoom for its well-regarded line of Micro Four Thirds cameras.
Fresh from Photokina, Olympus has just announced the E-PL5 and E-PM2 cameras as well as several new lenses for the Micro Four Thirds mount.
Mere days after its biggest rival launched their own affordable full-frame camera, Canon has unveiled the EOS 6D: 20MP, $2100.
The latest digital camera tech is back in Germany where Photokina 2012, the biggest global imaging fair, officially kicked off this week.
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