Miniature digital still cameras are being used to monitor troublespots and gather evidence of criminal and antisocial behaviour on council estates in Camden, north London.
Lexmark is to shut its only inkjet cartridge factory in the UK but has refuted a BBC report that attributed cutbacks to falling worldwide demand for its cartridges.
The world’s first digital SLR to feature a live colour view on its LCD screen has been unveiled by Olympus.
Panasonic has launched the DMC-FZ7, a six-million-pixel digital camera featuring manual exposure and focus control.
The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television (NMPFT) still plans to open a permanent exhibition space in London. However, a year after it first discussed the move the museum has still not decided on a venue or released details…
Exports of 35mm colour print film from Japan fell 46.8% in November 2005 compared to the same month the previous year according to trade figures just out.
If you happen to be in central London this afternoon then you may be in with a chance of photographing a whale which has been spotted in the River Thames. The mammal - believed to be a 5m long northern…
Sigma has launched a new macro lens designed to be used on digital SLRs.
Konica Minolta has today announced that it is set to transfer its camera business to Sony and pull out of the camera and photography market.
Legendary lens maker Carl Zeiss has confirmed that it will launch two Nikon F-mount interchangeable lenses designed to be compatible with Nikon’s film and digital SLRs.
AP can exclusively reveal that the Science Museum in London has shut down its photography galleries and has no plans to re-open them. Picture credit: Michael Pritchard
The first digital SLR to stem from a partnership between Pentax and Samsung will make its debut next month in the shape of the Samsung badged GX-1S.
Police are investigating how an elderly man fell 300ft to his death from the Shell Tower in central London while taking pictures from the public viewing gallery. Picture credit: www.freefoto.com
Nikon UK has moved to reassure customers that it will continue to service and repair film cameras following this week’s news that most will be discontinued.
Historic photography brand Nikon is to discontinue all but one of its film cameras to concentrate on making digital models.
A schoolgirl inspired to take up photography at a school activity club has gone on to stage an exhibition hailed as ‘pure photojournalism’. Picture credit: Alexandra Smart
Kodak has outlined new digital technology after declaring that today’s digital cameras are ‘dinosaurs’ with the same ‘basic architecture and functionality’ as a Box Brownie camera invented more than 100-years ago.
A quick-thinking member of Harrow Camera Club has stepped in to ensure that the historic London Salon will not be deprived of an exhibition venue this year.
Panasonic has announced three new digital compact cameras due in UK shops in March - the five-million-pixel DMC-LS2 and LZ3 and 6MP LZ5.
For the first time Canon - one of the biggest names in photography - will not be represented at the annual Focus on Imaging show in Birmingham.