Today, Canon USA Inc. has unveiled the new EOS 60Da, a DSLR camera specially designed for astrophotography. The canon EOS 60Da is a long-awaited successor of the previously distributed EOS 20Da.
This April, ClubSNAP—the largest dedicated photography discussion forum and community site in Singapore—will be holding its 10th anniversary.
As mentioned previously that Nikon is possibly going to launch 3 more DSLRs in 2012 in addition to the recently launched D800, rumors started to emerge about one of the three new cameras to come—the Nikon D3200.
A third generation digital high-speed camera, the Phantom v642 also offers advanced Multi-Matrix Color Correction Technology. It still, however, maintains the unique ability to both record and playback ultra-slow motion footage simultaneously.
Following the release of new-website layout, a BlackBerry Application, aptly named as Fotografer Net for BlackBerry, can now be found on BlackBerry Application World.
Canon’s EOS C300, the first model from the new Cinema EOS System, has received broadcaster approval from BBC. Receiving BBC’s broadcaster approval allows the EOS C300 to be used in BBC’s internal and external production for its HD channels.
Called “One Sony”, the strategy puts digital imaging as one of the three core pillars—besides game and mobile technology—the company is going to focus on.
“Being a foreigner in Asia is quite hard as this continent is home to a high-plurality culture and tradition,” Wolfgang Bellwinkel, the curator, explained.
Last week, Biak—an island in the Northern part of Papua—hosted a series of photography events. Organized by Komunitas Bersama (Kobe) Biak, the string of events covered photo exhibition, photo competition, and workshop.
The worldwide social media, Facebook, has just announced some enhancements to its photo sharing service—particularly the photo viewer feature. The enhancements users can start to use included high-resolution photos and fullscreen viewing.