What else is new?

→ New Adobe Bridge CC version released with improved performance.

→ Kipon announced a new auto-focus adapter with interchangeable graduated ND filters (four steps). Shipping will start before March 15th. The price is $428.

→ Tamron's CEO resigned. Apparently things are not going well. Expect some changes once the CEO takes over.

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Canon PowerShot G9 X camera's sensor tested at DxOMark.

→ Bug in Adobe Creative Cloud deletes Mac user data without warning.

→ Final Fuji X-Pro2 firmware has been released (the X-Pro2 has been delayed till March).

→ Iridient Developer is soon coming to Windows and Linux.

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New high-end Nikon compact cameras with fixed lens to be announced at CP+

Easier Anamorphic – SLR Magic launch three 1.33x Anamorphic PL Cine lenses with plenty of elongated bokeh and flares

The rise of Olympus mirrorless cameras helps turn loss into profit (update)

Tokina AT-X 11-20mm f/2.8 Pro DX lens tested at DxOMark

Ricoh Theta S 360 video now compatible with Spinnable

Initial Fuji X-Pro 1 vs X-Pro 2

Pentax announcement on February 18th (K-1, lenses, accessories, roadmap)

JPEG or RAW that is the question…

First picture of the new HD Pentax-D FA 28-105mm f/3.5-5.6 ED DC WR lens?

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  • Spy Black

    Don’t know what their sales are like, but Tamron has had a decent run of lenses. I wonder if this will be good or bad for them.

    • Albert

      Yes, I got their 35 f/1.8 a couple of weeks ago for my D750, and it is a massive winner in my book. Outstanding lens.

    • Chaitanya

      even in India Tamron lenses seem to be selling well, I am not sure how they are lagging behind.

    • AYWY

      Also with Pentax literally rebranding Tamron’s 24-70mm and 15-30mm (rumoured I think) for their FF release, I thought they should be doing fine. Gotta grab a look at that annual report.

  • AYWY

    Oh Tamron’s report is actually out: Check the Tamron Japan site.

    “Increased consolidated net sales of photographic products and commercial/industrial optics could not compensated sales decrease of optical components. Finally net sales of the whole company was declined from last year”

    “Operating income and ordinary income were decreased due to sales decrease, unfavorable foreign exchange rate and increase of SGA (selling and general administrative expenses). Net income was increased because of extraordinary income”

    “Could not achieve the forecast of sales and profit due to stagnant market in the 2nd half and slow sales in Christmas season”

    For their 2016 strategy, it looks like 2 more new prime lenses may be scheduled, with an update of 2 existing zoom lenses – one wide and one ultra tele.

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