Ricoh Imaging Canada Ltd. has announced a Limited Edition version of its GR compact street-shooting camera. The Ricoh GR Limited Edition features a magnesium-alloy body with a high-gloss metallic vintage green wavetone finish.
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Eastman Kodak Company has reported a US$1.38 billion consolidated net loss for its 2012 fiscal year, as well as a Q4 loss of US$420 million. Company revenue for the year was US$4.11 billion, which represents a year-over-year decline of 20%.
Daymen Canada has announced the PlusX wireless flash trigger from PocketWizard. For remote flash application, insert the PlusX into the camera's hot shoe or connect it to the camera's flash sync output, and set it to the same channel being used for the remote flash.
Nikon Canada Inc. has announced four new fixed-lens digital cameras, including an enthusiast model with large DX-format sensor, plus a high-grade telephoto zoom lens for its FX (full-frame) and DX (APC-C) digital SLRs.
As was reported earlier today, Adobe Systems Inc. has officially launched Photoshop Touch for Android and iOS smartphones. And we got a sneak peek at it via a live Web event last week.
Photo creators and smartphone users, rejoice. Adobe has officially released a new version of Adobe Photoshop Touch that's optimized for iPhone, iPod touch, and Android smartphones.
Sony of Canada Ltd. has announced new entry-level Alpha SLT (single-lens translucent) and NEX mirrorless cameras, along with three new A-mount lenses.
Sony of Canada Ltd. has announced three new Cyber-shot digital cameras, including an ultra-compact, a super-zoom and a waterproof model. All three models can all capture Full HD video with stereo sound.
Gentec International has announced that the DP3 Merrill compact camera, which Sigma introduced CES, will be available in Canada in March. Like other cameras in the series, the DP3 Merrill employs a three-layer Foveon X3 sensor, with total resolution of 46MP. This latest model has a 50mm lens (75mm equivalent).
Nikon Canada Inc. has announced a new prosumer DX-format DSLR. The D7100 features a new 24.1MP CMOS sensor, 51-point autofocus system with wide-area coverage, HD video recording at 1080p30, a new 3.2" 1.2-million-dot fixed LCD, and the same moisture- and dust-resistant construction as Nikon's current flagship DX-format camera, the D300s.