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Photokina 2012

Bye bye bad prints: Canon PIXMA matches your screen

While the number of people who print their digital photos may be dwindling, chances are that you still get a touch peeved when the print rolls off and it looks nothing like it did on your screen. But Canon has been working on a fix to these problems, aiming to make the printer the very thing that worries about colour correction....

Leica’s 2012 M series cameras aim at the high and middle end… sort of

If you have a lot of money and really love your photography, you're probably already familiar with Leica, the premium vintage camera brand that is adored by photographers around the world. Over at Photokina in Germany, Leica has two new models to speak of, targeting both the premium and even the "middle ground," so to speak....

Olympus shrinks the OM-D to size with the E-PM2, E-PL5

If there's one camera we fell in love with this year, it was the Olympus OM-D E-M5, a modern camera with a vintage look. Today, the company is making an announcement at Photokina in Germany, where it's transplanting much of the technology found inside the OM-D and throwing it inside a couple of smaller bodies....

Fujifilm’s new XF1 is a truly retrolicious camera

This week in Germany, Photokina is on, and camera manufacturers are showing their latest wares for the year. We've seen some peeps out of some companies last week, and now Fujifilm is showing off an advanced compact digital that looks like it was ripped from time....

The D600 unveiled: Nikon’s less-pricey full-frame option

With Photokina on next week, the camera companies are busy showing off their new products for the rest of the year. While more announcements are expected in the coming days, Nikon is now showing us its wares, with the D600 full-frame camera being outed in Australia....