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Here are the winners of the "Read Photo.net's PMA blog coverage, make a comment, win some stuff" contest. Do keep in mind that these are ...


There was a pretty big discussion in the Photo.net Film and Processing forum (click here to read the thread) on using a Noritsu minilab machine ...


I had meant to post about this last week with all of the other PMA stuff but with all the stuff that happened, I plumb ...


Aside from the "fake cameras twirling on sticks" Samsung NX display, the Panasonic GH1 was probably the most talked about camera at PMA 09. A ...


Panasonic showed off its entry into the world of waterproof/shockproof/dustproof/etc cameras at PMA 2009 with the introduction of the DMC-TS1. Waterproof to three meters, shockproof ...


[caption id="attachment_4521" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Pro9500"][/caption] Canon introduced new versions of its successful Pro9000 and Pro9500 printers at PMA 2009. The Pro9000 uses a 8 tank setup ...


One of my main missions at PMA was to connect with the Kodak film crew, introduce them to the "Welcome to Filmtown" article series, and ...


What is that red ring? Is Leica bringing its outstanding optical skills to other camera companies as so many people have wished in the past? ...


Announced last fall at Photokina, Sigma's successor to it's popular DP1 appears to be just about ready to hit the streets. I got to chat ...


PMA 2009 from Photo.net from Photo.net on Vimeo. Here's a quick video (filmed with the Canon 5D MkII) of some of the stuff you missed at ...


The Pentax folks were really great to meet with at PMA. The time and energy they put into talking with us went above and beyond ...


Love it or hate it, Pentax's decision to release a white version of their K2000 DSLR turned a lot of heads. It's not often that ...


There has been a lot of buzz going around the internets recently about Leica discontinuing the R line. I attempted to get confirmation on this ...


Okay, I'm finally back at (more or less) full speed. That was one horrible cold. In any case, I'm going to bust my butt to get ...


We had a great time at PMA--many influential meetings, disclosures of new products, making connections and strengthening relationships. Thanks to everyone who followed the PMA blog ...


I think the HD320 scuba mask camera from Liquid Image gets my "strangest product of PMA '09" award. It's an update of Liquid Image's previous ...


I fully admit that I didn't check out the Hoodman products at PMA (though their video products are going to become more useful as people ...


Slow motion video with Casio EX-FC100 from Photo.net on Vimeo. There are a number of camera companies out there today who make a pile of generally ...


I asked the Lucky film people for some film so that I could feature it in the "Welcome to Filmtown" series of Photo.net articles and ...


[caption id="attachment_3172" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="DA Lens Case"][/caption] Very interesting product invented and developed by Ned Bunnell, president of Pentax. Josh and I were quite taken with ...


I briefly chatted with Tim Grimmer, product manager for Lowepro, to check in about Lowepro products, and also found out that he really enjoys photo.net ...


I met with Ned Bunnell, president of Pentax and staunch supporter and enthusiast of photo.net. Of course, the fact that we have such an enthusiastic ...


[caption id="attachment_3102" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Joby's new ballhead"][/caption] I've been a fan of Joby's Gorillapod line of tripods for a while. They are really clever, come in ...


While meeting with Richard and Martin from Zeiss, Richard clued me into a good deal for US Zeiss Ikon rangefinder fans. The Ikon is now ...


Kodak's digital cameras get ignored a lot by many of us on photo.net. They don't make many digital cameras for the advanced amateur and make [caption ...



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