Photographers paradise:

This week has seen the biennial photokina show roll into Cologne, Germany. Among the highlights are the 24MP D750, which marks Nikon’s third attempt at a consumer level full frame camera. Canon has announced the 7D II, an APS-C camera aimed at the semi-pro market. Meanwhile Leica has launched all manner of small cameras, from the purist and expensive 60th anniversary M 60 to a rebadged Panasonic Lumix, as well as two new medium format S-type cameras designed to handle like SLRs.
There have been a number of new lenses, most notably new autofocus Zeiss lenses for Sony cameras. The most interesting software is Phase One’s update of its Capture One Pro v8 image editor, which now gains clone and heal layers.




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