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  1. Amateur Photographer’s Leica M9 winner named

    The winner of a bespoke ‘125th Amateur Photographer’ engraved Leica M9 camera has been named.

  2. Photographer’s Canon camera prize to aid Afghanistan troops

    British soldiers in Afghanistan will be able to send pictures back home for Christmas thanks to a photographer who has pledged to donate the Canon camera he won as a prize.

  3. Adobe mulls Photoshop Elements 8 overhaul (interview)

    Future versions of Adobe Photoshop Elements may include much greater control over image 'curve' adjustments, Amateur Photographer has learned. Read our exclusive interview here…

  4. Sigma SD15 DSLR camera: Another delay?

    Photographers will have to wait even longer for Sigma's SD15 DSLR, which has been on the cards since the beginning of last year.

  5. Leica M7 camera in Hermès tie-up: UK price released

    Leica has hooked up with luxury fashion house Hermès to launch a limited edition version of its M7 film-based rangefinder camera.

  6. Leica S2 DSLR: Future camera plans spelt out in AP interview (update)

    Leica has made clear that it expects technology on board its soon-to-be-launched £16,000 professional DSLR, the S2, to be built into more affordable models lower down the range.

  7. Canon Japan: ISO can go beyond ‘102,400’

    It is technically possible to push equivalent ISO sensitivity beyond '102,400' in a future DSLR camera, say Canon Japan's research and development chiefs.

  8. Pixel count gives cropping advantage to Canon EOS 1D Mark IV

    The increased pixel count of the EOS 1D IV will allow photographers more flexibility when cropping their images, as well as recording more detail and providing larger prints, according to Canon.

  9. Leica rebuts ‘S2 in 2010’ report

    Leica has today insisted that its flagship S2 camera will be available to photographers in December, refuting a press report that it will not go on sale until 2010.

  10. Panasonic DMC-LX3 firmware ‘speeds up AF’

    Panasonic has updated the firmware for its DMC-LX3 digital compact camera, in a move designed to add improvements including a faster AF time.

  11. Canon EOS 1D Mark IV makes ready-to-use images

    With the Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon has made minor adjustments to its default image processing settings to make images more print-ready, according to Mike Owen, DSLR product manager for Canon Europe. ‘Photographers want to spend their time taking pictures not processing them on a laptop, so we’ve altered some elements of the image processing in the EOS 1D IV to give the pictures more punch.’

  12. Canon EOS 1D Mark IV news: UK video clip preview

    Official Canon UK images of the EOS 1D Mark IV camera, a new DSLR announced earlier today, can be seen here...

  13. Canon EOS 1D IV picture gallery

    A gallery of photos of the new Canon EOS 1D IV

  14. Canon EOS 1D Mark IV brings HD video, 16 million pixels and higher ISO

    Canon has introduced full HD video and a 16-million-pixel sensor to its news and sports EOS 1D series cameras with the launch of the Canon EOS 1D MKIV. The new professional body, which is due to arrive in the UK in December 2009 priced £4499 (€5499) body only, also has an expanded top ISO setting of ISO 102,400, a new 45 point AF system as well as a ‘reflection-free’ high resolution LCD panel.

  15. Leica further delays S2 camera launch (update)

    Leica has further delayed the launch of its S2 camera, stating that it needs more time to meet advance orders.

  16. Canon 7D camera update ‘improves AF’

    Canon claims to have improved the accuracy of AF when using Live View, as part of a firmware upgrade to the EOS 7D camera.

  17. Nikon 85mm DX Micro lens in UK before Christmas

    December will see the launch of a new 85mm lens from Nikon, the firm's second DX-series prime lens.

  18. Nikon D3s hands on first look

    At first glance the Nikon D3s might look like a D3 with added video technology, but there are quite a few other changes that have been made to the camera. Angela Nicholson was one of a select band of journalists that got to try out a pre-production Nikon D3s at its European press launch. She explains why there’s more to it than just adding video technology to the D3

  19. Nikon D3s camera primed for shots in the dark

    Nikon has revamped its full-frame D3 to launch the D3s, a professional DSLR boasting a redesigned imaging sensor, a top ISO of '102400', plus movie capture.

  20. Photographers try out Nikon D3s: UK press launch video preview (update)

    Here is a video of the Nikon D3s camera, captured at the UK press launch. The official details were so secret that Nikon had covered the 'D3s' name with black sticky tape...

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