Amateur Photographer 26 January 2013

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Canon EOS 6D
Built-in Wi-Fi and GPS extend the possibilities with Canon's 'affordable' 20.2-million-pixel, full-frame EOS 6D. Tim Coleman explores them

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News
Customers lose deposits as Jessops collapses; Canon PowerShot N boasts Wi-Fi; Sigma to launch quintet of lenses; Samsung NX300 primed for March debut

Review
The latest books, exhibitions and websites

The Final Frame
You may have a great piece of equipment, but is it worth the money? It all depends on what you mean, says Roger Hicks

Photo Insight
Cathal McNaughton explains how a 'simple' image of a gull flying past a mural in Derry, Northern Ireland, took a lot of patience and skill to execute

SplashArt Kit Mark II
Andrew Sydenham gets creative with an electronically controlled liquid drop control system for perfectly timed splash, crown and drop collision photographs

Testbench: Six of the best
AP puts a selection of high-performing SD memory cards from some of the biggest brands in memory storage to the test

Canon EOS 6D
Built-in Wi-Fi and GPS extend the possibilities with Canon's 'affordable' 20.2-million-pixel, full-frame EOS 6D. Tim Coleman explores them

Ask AP
Our experts answer your questions

Pentax Q10
It's a tiny, 12.4-million-pixel compact system camera with a range of six lenses, but what advantage does this offer the enthusiast photographer? Richard Sibley finds out

Letters
AP readers speak out on the week's issues

Backchat
Whether you like it or loathe it, Lomography has many fans worldwide. However, AP reader Adam Irving certainly is not one of them

Reader Spotlight
Another selection of superb reader images

Appraisal
Words of wisdom and constructive advice

Making a Splash
Sports photographer Adam Pretty describes some of the challenges he faced while capturing his evocative photographs of the 2011 FINA World Championships in Shanghai, China. He talks to Oliver Atwell

True Lives
Marta Weiss, curator of photographs at London's Victoria & Albert Museum, discusses the flourishing photography scene in the Middle East and explains why the V&A has decided to showcase images seen through the eyes of the people who live there. She talks to Oliver Atwell

Icons of Photography
Charles Levy's photograph 'Mushroom cloud over Nagasaki' symbolises the terrifying destructive power of the atomic bomb. David Clark tells the story behind the image

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