Olympus is poised to cut 4,000 jobs from its worldwide imaging business as part of a restructuring package designed to return the company to profitability.
Leica has apologised to customers for software glitches that continue to delay the launch of Leica’s Digital-Modul-R kit, which will not now be available this month as planned.
AP’s star columnist Mike Maloney has collected his OBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
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Recycled printer cartridges and mobile phones have helped raise more than £5,000 for the Tsunami Earthquake Appeal.
Hasselblad has knocked more than £1,100 off the price of its 503CW camera kit and also cut the price of its H1 and XPan II kits.
Demonstrations of Adobe’s new image-editing software Photoshop CS2 is among sessions at the free Adobe Live show in Islington, London from 26-27 May.
Work of British amateur photographers of the 1850s and 1860s will star alongside that of other early pioneers at an auction to be held at Sotheby’s in London on 17 May.
Sigma has confirmed the UK arrival of several of its recently announced lenses, including the 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DC which is specifically designed for digital SLRs.
Hot on the heels of the D50 and D70s SLRs unveiled last week comes a pair of new DX-format zoom lenses from Nikon – an 18-55mm and 55-200mm.
Free-to-attend Hasselblad days are due to take place at Jessops stores in Birmingham and London during May.
Photographers out and about this spring may benefit from a product designed to treat hayfever that has been invented by an AP reader.
POLAROID’S x530, the first compact digital camera to feature Foveon’s X3 imaging sensor, has been recalled owing to a ‘technical issue’, according to a report that has appeared on the internet.
Fuji has launched a quartet of cameras headed by the 6.3 megapixel £299 FinePix F10, which allows you to take 500 shots on a single charge of its battery. It has no viewfinder but does have a 2.5-inch LCD.
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Olympus has announced an easy-to-use budget model, the C-480 Zoom. Priced £159, the 4MP 3x zoom model has 15 scene modes and a 4.6cm LCD monitor.
Nikon has launched four new compacts and a Digital SLR, the D2HS. The £2500 sports pro targeted SLR model can shoot at 8fps for up to 50 images at 4.1 megapixels.
Konica Minolta launched four new models with the £349 Dimage Z5, a superfast-focusing 5MP 12x optical zoom model with Antishake at the top of the list
Kodak has launched seven new digicams since the turn of the year. The two new five-megapixel additions to the Z-series are the 10x zoom EasyShare Z7590 and the EasyShare Z730.