This week in the news: The Photokina Trade Show happened in Germany. It brought with it new announcements every day. Canon announced their 6D; Hasselblad showed us something from the space age; Zeiss showed us lots of new lenses, and more.
This was one of the busiest weeks in the photo industry. So sit back and relax while we catch you up with all the important news, including some that you might not have seen.
This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for September 21st, 2012. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.
Photography with a 35mm camera used to be a relatively simple affair. Camera bodies seemed as steadfast and unchanging as your grandma's hairstyle, and there seemed little reason or need to constantly upgrade your equipment. Sure, there was always the latest and greatest camera innovation, but there wasn’t always a 'need' to change. Film choice had more of an impact, in my opinion, than did your actual camera equipment. One's personal artistic vision was more important than the actual camera used. Today, although these general tenets of photography and equipment still exist, gear does play an ever-increasing role of importance in the final output.
Take a look at the photo above: Adam Schallau was able to capture this gorgeous image by releasing the shutter at just the right time. But how did he get it? We talked to Adam about what he did to achieve it.
This week in the news: Canon's T4i recall is more widespread than originally thought; RED once again makes some huge claims; Sony introduces a new interchangeable lens camera; and lots more from the videography world.
This week in the news: The Canon 7D receives a major firmware update; Nikon releases two new cameras; a new iPhone app is released, which will be all the rage at your next wedding; and the hacking that caused some serious controversy...
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