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Pioneering Pixii rangefinder does without a display

Now here’s something a bit different. Pixii, a French start-up company, has announced a rangefinder camera for Leica M mount lenses that, rather than employing a rear LCD, uses your smartphone to display photographs. Its argument being, your phone screen…

Samyang discounts a range of lenses

Independent lens maker Samyang has announced a ‘Scorching Instant Savings’ event, which will run from today to Sunday 26th July 2020. There are savings of up to £170 off suggested retail prices on a range of Samyang autofocus and manual…

Honouring the wartime photography of Lee Miller

Today is the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, a pivotal event in the second world war which had far-reaching consequences for the UK and the rest of Europe. A new book celebrates the wartime photography of Lee Miller, one…

Fujifilm House of Photography re-opening

Fujifilm has announced that the House of Photography, its ‘experiential’ concept store in London’s Covent Garden, will re-open to the public at 11am on Thursday 9 July. A number of restrictions and measures have been introduced, which include a pre-booking…

Major documentary-photo award winner named

US photographer Nicky Quamina-Woo has been named as the latest winner of the Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award. Her winning project is called As The Water Comes and focusses on the plight of people in northern Senegal, where hundreds of families…

Nikon partners with Photo London fair

Nikon has announced it will be an official partner of the Photo London 2020 photography fair and Photo London’s online Academy for the next 12 months. Photo London, which brings together many of the world’s leading galleries and pro photographer…

Free lighting webinars (starting today)

Rotolight is running a series of free webinars to enable you to improve and develop your photographic lighting skills. Simply sign up on the relevant Zoom links below and you will receive a link to the webinar shortly before it…

Keep Thursday PM clear: big Canon launch coming up

There are only two more sleeps until Canon UK’s biggest launch event so far this year (admittedly it’s been a highly unusual year for them and everyone else in the industry, but please bear with us). Although no product details…

Shock-resistant new SSD

A lot of photographic accessories can challenge the wallet in these economically uncertain times, but storage remains relatively cheap, and you can get a lot of bang for your buck. Reliable storage isn’t something you want to skimp on, either,…

New photo competition for business owners

Running your own business or itching to start one up? This is unlikely to go down as a vintage year for movers and shakers, but there is now the chance to win £200 and get some useful publicity by taking…

Olympus has NOT fallen: exclusive Olympus UK interview

Following the recent announcement that Olympus was planning to sell off its camera and lens business to a Japanese private equity firm this year, there has been a lot of discussion and speculation about the company’s future, not just in…

AP regular kicks off July/August workshops

  Award-winning documentary photographer and regular AP contributor, Edmond Terakopian (above), is running a series of wide-ranging photographing workshops and talks during July and August. Edmond has been named the British Press Awards Photographer of the Year and has won…

“We have been very open and transparent”: Huawei

Huawei is often in the news at the moment, mainly because the government is reportedly reconsidering how much this Chinese company will be allowed to get involved in developing the UK’s 5G network. Meanwhile, the latest Huawei smartphones, which are…