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  1. Polaroid slammed over instant camera launch

    The Dutch company behind the revival of traditional Polaroid-style instant film has hit out after Polaroid revealed a new camera that will not work with the film.

  2. Polaroid 300 instant film camera launched

    A Polaroid-branded camera that prints out business card-sized instant prints has been announced, as the brand's owner strikes a new partnership with Fujifilm.

  3. Election rules silence photography museum

    Cabinet Office rules have barred the National Media Museum (NMM) from saying whether it fears government cutbacks may scupper its plan to open a base in London.

  4. Photographer’s shock at ‘unseen’ Beatles photos (update with pictures)

    A photographer has expressed surprise at the condition of negatives depicting his previously unseen images of The Beatles which had lain forgotten for more than 45 years.

  5. Jessops gears up for 75th birthday celebrations

    High street photographic retailer Jessops is planning a series of events to mark its 75th anniversary this year.

  6. Police called to Carlos Clarke ‘porn’ show (update 1.48pm)

    An exhibition of work by the late photographer Bob Carlos Clarke has sparked a visit by police after locals branded the Chelsea show ‘pornographic’.

  7. Olympus Pen firmware ‘boosts’ AF

    Olympus claims to have speeded up the photo and movie autofocus capability of its Pen camera range via a firmware upgrade set to be released on 22 April.

  8. Police stop and search rockets 66% (update 3.38pm)

    Police carried out 66% more stops and searches under Section 44 of the Terrorism Act in 2008/2009 than the year before, government figures show today.

  9. DSLR cameras ‘future’ of filmmaking, says House director

    DSLRs are the future of filmmaking says the director of hit American TV show House who used a Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera to film an upcoming episode.

  10. March of the mirrorless camera?

    More than one in ten interchangeable lens cameras sold in February were of the mirrorless variety, according to latest UK sales figures.

  11. Delayed Canon DSLR factory up and running

    A new Canon DSLR factory, the construction of which was delayed by the global recession, has opened.

  12. Leica USA: Only 5% of sales are ‘film’ cameras

    Demand for film cameras has plummeted with analogue models accounting for less than 5% of Leica sales in America. But film cameras are still relevant to a 'new generation of photographers', according to the boss of Leica in the UK.

  13. Nikon company investigated by competition watchdog

    Nikon (Switzerland) AG has confirmed that it is being investigated by the country’s competition watchdog.

  14. Nikon workers walk out amid pay row

    Forget rail strikes and grounded BA planes. Thousands of workers at a Nikon factory in Thailand have downed tools in a row over pay and staff benefits, according to a report in the Bangkok Post.

  15. Impossible films ‘save’ Polaroid photography from extinction (update)

    New black & white films for use in traditional Polaroid cameras will go on sale this week - the first in a series designed to ‘save instant photography from extinction’. Picture: IPC Media/Amateur Photographer magazine

  16. Hasselblad on mission to win ‘hearts and minds’

    Hasselblad is on a mission to break into fresh territory by targeting its new H4D-40 medium-format DSLR camera at students.

  17. Sigma SD15 DSLR due out in ‘May’

    Sigma’s long-awaited SD15 DSLR is expected to go on sale in May, according to the firm’s Japanese HQ.

  18. Olympus official statement was ‘dpreview’ story

    An ‘official statement’ released to AP in the wake of the magazine’s interview with US product manager Richard Pelkowski was in fact taken from an interview conducted by website Digital Photography Review with John Knaur of Olympus US after the Amateur Photographer story was published on this website.

  19. Olympus Four Thirds not going mirrorless… official

    The Olympus Four Thirds camera range will continue to use mirror-type viewfinders despite speculation by a US product manager that optical systems will be replaced by electronic viewfinders within the next two years.

  20. London Galleries to boast ‘1,500m2’ exhibition space

    The National Media Museum is on the hunt for a team of designers and architects to work on its planned London outpost.

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