25. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Disposable Camera App Dispo Raises $20M at $200M Valuation: Report

Disposable Camera App Dispo Raises $20M at $200M Valuation: Report

YouTuber David Dobrik’s app Dispo mimics the experience of using a classic disposable camera and is generating considerable buzz recently despite being over a year old. Thanks to the success of an international test, Dispo report… Read the rest “Disposable Camera App Dispo Raises $20M at $200M Valuation: Report”

24. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für What If The ‘Collapse’ of the Camera Industry Was Based on Flawed Data?

What If The ‘Collapse’ of the Camera Industry Was Based on Flawed Data?

Doom-and-gloom stories of the state of the camera market have been pretty common over the past year due to COVID-19. But what if the data used to determine the health of the industry was flawed?

Before we can get into why this might be the case, … Read the rest “What If The ‘Collapse’ of the Camera Industry Was Based on Flawed Data?”

22. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Used Market, The Last Bastion for DSLRs, Has Fallen to Mirrorless

The Used Market, The Last Bastion for DSLRs, Has Fallen to Mirrorless

As you might expect, the used market is several years behind the new market when it comes to trends. DSLRs had ruled the secondhand market but for the first time, KEH reports their sales have finally dipped below mirrorless.

One might argue t… Read the rest “The Used Market, The Last Bastion for DSLRs, Has Fallen to Mirrorless”

16. Februar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Largest US Art Museum May Sell Off Art to Pay Bills

Largest US Art Museum May Sell Off Art to Pay Bills

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc across the economy, and one niche hit particularly hard has been the world of museums, which has seen ticket sales plummet due to lockdowns and people staying away from indoor spaces. Now the largest … Read the rest “Largest US Art Museum May Sell Off Art to Pay Bills”

15. Februar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für David Yarrow Accused of Feeding Fox for Photo, Denies Wrongdoing

David Yarrow Accused of Feeding Fox for Photo, Denies Wrongdoing

Renowned wildlife photographer David Yarrow has found himself at the center of a new controversy this month after another photographer levied claims that she witnessed his crew feeding and enticing wild foxes in a National Park while Yar… Read the rest “David Yarrow Accused of Feeding Fox for Photo, Denies Wrongdoing”

10. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für OM Digital Piles On Even More Promises for New Products and Innovation

OM Digital Piles On Even More Promises for New Products and Innovation

Since the completed transfer of Olympus’s imaging division to Japan Industrial Partners (JIP), the company has not announced or even hinted at any concrete examples of new products. But the company has continued to put significan… Read the rest “OM Digital Piles On Even More Promises for New Products and Innovation”

9. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Report Predicts That the Future of Imaging is in Underwater Cameras

Report Predicts That the Future of Imaging is in Underwater Cameras

Fior Markets, a self-described futuristic market intelligence company, is predicting a massive boom in underwater cameras. In its forecast, it’s anticipating the market to reach a value of $15.3 billion by 2027.

Right now, under… Read the rest “Report Predicts That the Future of Imaging is in Underwater Cameras”

8. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für OM Digital Exec Reveals Details of Olympus Sale, Promises New Products

OM Digital Exec Reveals Details of Olympus Sale, Promises New Products

In an interview with Asahi, the CTO of the newly-created OM Digital Solutions answered several questions about the company, its products, and its future. In it, details of why the imaging division was sold off, how long the company intends … Read the rest “OM Digital Exec Reveals Details of Olympus Sale, Promises New Products”

4. Februar 2021
von Phil Mistry
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nat Geo’s Editor-in-Chief Answers Her 7 Most-Asked Photography Questions

Nat Geo’s Editor-in-Chief Answers Her 7 Most-Asked Photography Questions

Susan Goldberg has been editor in chief at National Geographic for seven years. In the history of Nat Geo, which started in 1888, she is the 10th editor and the first woman. The yellow-bordered magazine, one of the most widely read magazinesRead the rest “Nat Geo’s Editor-in-Chief Answers Her 7 Most-Asked Photography Questions”

4. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Canon Has Now Made Over 150 Million RF and EF Lenses

Canon Has Now Made Over 150 Million RF and EF Lenses

Canon has announced that the company has eclipsed the mark of 150 million EF and RF lenses manufactured as of January 2021. The 150 millionth lens was an RF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS USM zoom.

The company began producing interchangeable EF lenses f… Read the rest “Canon Has Now Made Over 150 Million RF and EF Lenses”

1. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für 2020 CIPA Figures Confirm the Expected: It Was a Rough Year

2020 CIPA Figures Confirm the Expected: It Was a Rough Year

CIPA, the Camera and Imaging Products Association, has published its final report of camera sales and volume for 2020 and the numbers confirm what was expected: the annual downward trend of the market has continued, with 2020’s num… Read the rest “2020 CIPA Figures Confirm the Expected: It Was a Rough Year”

30. Januar 2021
von Thom Hogan
Kommentare deaktiviert für For Nikon Shooters With Sony Paranoia…

For Nikon Shooters With Sony Paranoia…

Sony’s non-surprising Alpha 1 announcement this week seems to have set a few Nikon shooters into panic again. More disinformation and clickbait headlines are also proliferating. The common theme seems to be “Nikon canR… Read the rest “For Nikon Shooters With Sony Paranoia…”

29. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Samsung Exec Envisions Future Where Photos Are Customized to the Shooter

Samsung Exec Envisions Future Where Photos Are Customized to the Shooter

Have you ever wondered why different manufacturers’ smartphone images have a certain “look” to them? In an interview with Engadget, Vice President and head of Samsung Mobile’s visual software R&D Joshu… Read the rest “Samsung Exec Envisions Future Where Photos Are Customized to the Shooter”

29. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Micro Four Thirds Has Number One Market Share Among All Lens Mounts

Micro Four Thirds Has Number One Market Share Among All Lens Mounts

OM Digital Solutions has announced that micro four thirds has achieved number one in market share in the number of units sold by lens mount. Supported by 56 companies, OM Digital makes the case that the 12-year-old mount is stronger than eve… Read the rest “Micro Four Thirds Has Number One Market Share Among All Lens Mounts”

28. Januar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Instagram Stories Have a New Look on Desktop

Instagram Stories Have a New Look on Desktop

Instagram is rolling out a new design for Stories on desktop to make the feature more immersive and easier to navigate. Users will be able to view stories in full-screen with a carousel containing previews of already-played and upcoming St… Read the rest “Instagram Stories Have a New Look on Desktop”

27. Januar 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Twitter’s Birdwatch Will Let the Public Fact-Check Fake Photos

Twitter’s Birdwatch Will Let the Public Fact-Check Fake Photos

Twitter has launched a new program called Birdwatch that puts the power to fight misinformation in the hands of the public. The goal is to have crowdsourced fact-checking that can help identify fake or misleading Tweet content, including … Read the rest “Twitter’s Birdwatch Will Let the Public Fact-Check Fake Photos”

20. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Canon: Camera Sales Will Soon Be 8% of What They Were a Decade Ago

Canon: Camera Sales Will Soon Be 8% of What They Were a Decade Ago

Canon is preparing for a time when the digital camera market will only ship 10 million units annually, about 8.2% of the number shipped in 2010. With that in mind, the company is slimming down its production, sales, and product lineups going … Read the rest “Canon: Camera Sales Will Soon Be 8% of What They Were a Decade Ago”

20. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon is Going to be Fine… Probably

Nikon is Going to be Fine… Probably

If you pay any attention to the photography industry, it’s hard to ignore the news of the financial struggle that Nikon has been dealing with since late last year. What were once rumors are now confirmed: the company isn’t in a g… Read the rest “Nikon is Going to be Fine… Probably”

19. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Magnum Photos Has Finally Published Its Code of Conduct

Magnum Photos Has Finally Published Its Code of Conduct

In the latest in the ongoing saga involving Magnum Photos, the company has made good on its promise to publish its previously-private Code of Conduct. In it, the company specifically bans the publication of images without the subjectR… Read the rest “Magnum Photos Has Finally Published Its Code of Conduct”

19. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon to Focus on Mirrorless as It Anticipates Historic $720M Loss

Nikon to Focus on Mirrorless as It Anticipates Historic $720M Loss

Nikon’s worrisome financial situation has cascaded as a result of the deflated camera market caused by the fallout from COVID-19, and in an effort to recover from what is expected to be its worst financial year ever, Nikon plans to fo… Read the rest “Nikon to Focus on Mirrorless as It Anticipates Historic $720M Loss”