BAA: Film must go in hold

Film must be packed in the hold luggage and cannot be carried on board flights leaving the UK, the British Airports Authority (BAA) has confirmed to AP this morning.

Single-use cameras cited in air terror plot

Single-use cameras have been suggested as the possible source of the detonation device that terrorists planned to use to trigger explosions on US-bound planes from the UK.

Cameras banned from planes, say airport chiefs

Cameras are among items that have today been banned from being carried onto planes in the UK as part of security measures following the thwarting of an alleged terrorist plot…

Nikon has packed 10.2 million pixels into its latest digital SLR creation, the D80 – a digital SLR for enthusiasts that will replace the 6.1MP D70s.

Digital SLR prices plummet 23%

The average price of a digital SLR in Britain has fallen by 23% over the past year, according to market research group GfK.

Terror survivor scoops photojournalism award

A photographer who narrowly escaped being killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan has won the 2006 Canon Female Photojournalist Award. Picture credit: Véronique de Viguerie

Kodak farms out digital camera production

All Kodak’s consumer digital cameras are to be made by a Singapore-based company called Flextronics in a bid to streamline Kodak’s business and boost profits.

The public can snap up original work by legendary photographer Brassaï when his precious £1.7m archive goes on sale in October - with some prints valued at under £200. Picture:…

A quick-thinking AP reader beat press photographers at their own game when his pictures taken at the Open Championship golf tournament ended up splashed across three national newspapers. Picture credit:…

Pentax will next month expand its clan of S-series compacts by launching the Optio S7 - a seven-million-pixel model with a 3x optical zoom.

Enthusiasts to bag Antarctica photo shoots

Photographic commissions to Antarctica can be won in this year’s Wanderlust Travel Photo of the Year competition, which is backed by The Independent newspaper.

Photo contest wants a load of old rubbish

Photography enthusiasts can win up to £1,000 in travel vouchers in a competition that challenges entrants to document ‘recycling activities’ at home and abroad.

The Army has named its top photographers in a competition that was open to amateurs and professionals and judged by photo legend David Bailey. Picture credit: Crown Copyright