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Photographer dated 16 November 2013

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It’s really small – in fact, it’s tiny – but just how has Panasonic managed to cram a micro four thirds sensor inside the Lumix DMC-GM1? Richard Sibley gets his hands on a pre-production model

Martin Evening explains how to apply a split-tone-type effect to an image that has been converted to black & white

With a 12.1-million-pixel back-illuminated sensor, Wi-Fi functionality and a new Digic 6 processor, does the Canon PowerShot G16 offer enough to rival other premium compact cameras? Callum McInerney-Riley finds out

Ivor Matanle traces the history of the Norita 66 – a 6x6cm SLR from the 1970s that could use either 120 or 220 film

One of the most popular tripods among enthusiast photographers has just had a redesign. Richard Sibley looks at the changes on the new Manfrotto 190

This week’s news:

  • Film ‘comeback’ triggers London darkroom plan
  • Kodak wins $76m in patent battle
  • Olympus unveils DSLR-style compact camera
  • Adobe now admits that ’38m’ accounts were hacked
  • Nissin launches sub-£150 flashgun 




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