RED Epic Dragon sets a record on DxOmark with a score of 101Canon #1 in DSLR / ILC sales 11 years in a row Fortune ranks Canon as one of the world's most admired companies Canon updates firmware for the 6D Nikon has issued unsecured straight bonds The D4s is now shipping with limited stock Nikon wins a 14.5M settlement from Sigma for patent infringement around VR Nikon getting into the video training business, but you've seen this content before. Nikon announces the 1 V3, fastest camera on the market and two lenses 70-300/4.5-5.6 and 10-30/3.5-5.6. And a spring loaded lens cap.??? No viewfinder, uses micro SD cards Nikon D4s has issues with some Lexar 400x and 1000x cards Nikon is expected to release the 1 J4 shortly Nikon updates firmware for the D4 Nikon officially announces it will replace defective D600 cameras with a replacement D600 or "equivalent" China has ordered Nikon to stop selling the D600 DxO Optics update adds support to the D4s Rumours start for Nikon D800s Leica will officially announce the T type 701 on April 24th. Interchangeable lens with APS-C sensor between M and X series French fashion brand Colette has a Hello Kitty and a Playboy edition of the Leica C. Hell has now frozen over Fujifilm X-E2 not revolutionary but very positively evolutionary Initial looks at the Fujifilm X-T1 say good camera but the usual fawning and sucking is absent Panasonic announces the Leica DG Summilux 15/1.7 for m43 about $600 Panasonic has announced price and availability for the DMC-GH4. The body will cost $1699 and the bolt on video interface will sell for $1999 Sony has firmware updates for the A7 and A7r on March 19th 500px has put their Prime selling service into play. Photos sell for a flat rate of $250 for unlimited use and the photographer gets 70%. Listings are exclusive Getty and Flickr partnership is over Calumet Photographic files for chapter bankruptcy, closes all US stores NTSB Judge strikes down FAA suit against photographer for using a drone camera. Red Giant is now offering their software on a subscription basis instead of as license purchases Hungarian law now bans photos taken without consent - be careful on your vacation
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CP+ abounds with point and shoots and it doesn't really matter. It's mostly a firmware fest. Nikon updates the firmware on the D4 and announces the 18-35/3.5-4.5 and the 800/5.6. It's the 80th Anniversary of Nikkor lenses. Canon updates the firmware on the 1Dx and will release a 70D soon. Pentax updates the firmware on K series bodies and hopes that colouring the Q10 will prompt buyers. Sigma announces the 60/2.8 macro for E and M4/3s mount. Olympus announces the 75-300/4.8-6.7 for 4/3. Sony update firmware on A and E mount bodies and some lenses. Fuji updates firmware on the XPro-1 and XE-1. Quick review the Think Tank Glass Taxi.
Nikon announces new remote controls and is set to release a new 70-200/4 VR by the end of November. Canon has a firmware upgrade for the 1DX, the 1D-c is not just a 1Dx in different firmware, and the expected early availability of the EOS-M is not early. Canon has a rumoured 700D that leaves me shaking my head. Sony closes a DSLR lens factory and updates firmware on NEX and Alpha cameras. Lenrentals.com now has Sigzilla for rent. Go Pro announces the 4K Hero 3 Black. I close the episode with kudos for the Toronto Zombie Walk