Monthly Archives: January 2017

New Metz Mecalight LED light teaser

Metz posted a teaser on Facebook for a new Mecalight LED light that will be announced soon. Stay tuned for details.

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New deals on the Sony RX100, RX100 II, RX100 III and RX100 V cameras

The Sony RX100, RX100 II and RX100 III cameras are now $50 off (yes, Sony still sells all five of their very successful RX100 models). This deal will be valid till February 11th. The RX100 IV is still selling at full price, but the latest RX100V that was announced a few months ago now comes with a […]

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What else is new?

→ New Olympus savings now live. → The new Metz M400 flash is now in stock at B&H and Adorama. → Gariz announced a new case for the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II camera.

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You can no longer purchase Adobe Creative Suite 6

Adobe recently updated their website and apparently you no longer can purchase Adobe Creative Suite 6 as of January 9th, 2017. The only way to get the latest versions of Photoshop or Illustrator is with a Creative Cloud membership (see pricing):

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Canon is looking to a very successful year ahead

The future looks pretty good for Canon this year, especially compared to all other camera manufacturers:

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Update: Hasselblad X1D production and shipping now at “all-time high”

Shortly after my post from earlier today, Hasselblad sent out another email stating that production and shipping of X1D cameras “are now at an all-time high”. If anyone is aware of any X1D camera shipment in the US, please add a comment to this post. Check the current X1D availability at B&H and Adorama. Here is the full […]

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Deal of the day: up to 15% off at KEH this weekend

KEH is offering up to 15% off this weekend on several different brands. No coupon necessary.

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Hasselblad appoints a new CEO, again

Another shake-up at Hasselblad after the rumors that the company was acquired by DJI – Paul Bram was appointed as a new interim CEO, which means that this was not really a planned move and a new permanent CEO is yet to be announced. Maybe the reason for the new CEO is that the Hasselblad […]

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