What else is new? (final Photokina 2016 recap)

The 2016 Photokina show is now over. Here is one final recap:


No Plans For Fujifilm Full Frame Reaffirmed

Wex Photographic GFX 50S Hands-On With Sony A7R Size Comparison

Fujifilm GFX 50S Interview With Mr. Toshihisa Iida by DPReview

Fujifilm GFX 50S Details and Photos From DC.Watch

Newsshooter Covers the Fujifilm GFX 50S

Fujifilm GFX 50S vs Nikon D810

The Fujifilm GFX 50S and Beyond

Limited Edition Michael Kors-Branded Instax Mini 70


Sony Has to Create Something New

Sony Doubles Down on High-End Camera Market

iPhone 7 Image Sensors Made by Sony

Additional Sony a99 Mark II Coverage

Sony a99 Mark II vs a7R II Carified

Sony Radio Flash Support Added to Sony a7 II and a7S II

Newsshooter on Sony a99 Mark II


Panasonic Stripped-Down GH4 4K Drone Camera/Gimbal Prototype

Panasonic G85 First Look and Lumix 15th Anniversary


Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II 15fps

Setsuya Kataoka Interview on Photographyblog

Setsuya Kataoka Interview on Amateur Photographer

EL-Skyport Plus HS For Olympus


Invitation for “world preview of new Leica cameras” on September 30th sent out in Singapore

Dr. Andreas Kaufmann: “Leica will never enter the action camera market”

Leica at Photokina 2016


Nikon 1 is still alive, larger sensor mirrorless solution is being considered

Nikon at Photokina 2016: J5 doing great, remote-controlled robot cameras, DL models missing

Nikon at Photokina 2016 (KeyMission videos)


Ricoh/Pentax interview at Photokina 2016

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