Sigma’s Japanese factory is working 'round the clock' to cope with unprecedented demand for its lenses brought about by the boom in digital SLRs, the company has revealed.

Like-for-like sales fall at Jessops

A sudden downturn in digital camera market in February hit profits at high street photographic chain Jessops for the year ended 30 September 2005. However, a ‘partial recovery’– helped by…

An enthusiast who found a 50-year-old roll of exposed film among items he bought on eBay discovered that the pictures it contained were still intact when he processed it.

Photographers could face paying more than £12 extra for processing their Agfa Scala black and white slide films in the wake of AgfaPhoto UK going into administration last month.

London mayor Ken Livingstone is no longer suggesting – openly at least – that signs should be put up in public areas to warn parents of the supposed dangers of

Previously unseen pictures documenting the filming of a missing 1922 movie of a novel by Charlotte Brönte can be revealed for the first time in AP. Picture credit: The Brönte…

AP is giving away 20 places for a ‘Press Pack’ seminar to be hosted by AP’s popular columnist Mike Maloney at the Nikon Solutions Expo show at Olympia, London on…

Breaking news: Sangers calls in administrators

Sangers Limited – which imports and distributes photography gear by brands such as Cosina, Tokina and Tamrac - has gone into administration. The company is continuing to trade and has…

Blurry snaps ‘a thing of the past’

A digital camera that can ‘refocus’ images after they have been taken is being developed by scientists in America, reports New Scientist magazine.

The first ‘photograph’ to sell for more than $1m at auction is an image originally created from parts of Marlboro cigarette adverts torn from magazines. Picture credit: Christie’s Images Ltd…

Nikon is recalling some of its EN-EL3-type rechargeable batteries – used in cameras including the D100, D70 and D50 - after it discovered a potential fault causing ‘overheating’.