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Nikon has announced the NIKKOR Z 28mm f/2.8, which the company is calling the smallest and lightest prime lens for full frame (Nikon FX-format) mirrorless cameras.

DJI has released its latest drones: the Mavic 3 and Mavic 3 Cine.

Panasonic has launched the Lumix S 35mm F1.8 lens, rounding out its set of four f/1.8 prime lenses for the full-frame L-mount system.

AP editor Mike O'Connor takes Tamron's 150-500mm F/5-6.7 Di III VC lens out for a spin.

Nikon's newest flagship camera is officially, and finally, here.

Adobe Photoshop will now offer an improved Object Selection Tool, enhanced AI selection masking, Neural Filters, improved gradients, better sharing and more plug-in compatibility, RAW support for Mobile and finally, Photoshop on the web.

Adobe has rolled out a suite of new Lightroom Classic and Lightroom updates to masking, presets, cropping and education.

We've spent a month with Sony's newest full frame mirrorless camera. So has the wait for the A7 IV been worth it? Read on...

DJI has announced the Ronin 4D, a fully integrated camera and gimbal solution that can capture 8K RAW or 6K RAW video, and also includes a built in transmission system.

British camera accessory manufacturer 3 Legged Thing has announced an update to its Punks range of tripods.

Apple has announced new 14" and 16" MacBook Pro models, which bring with them the most substantial redesign to the popular macOS laptops since the introduction of the Touchbar Macbook Pro in 2016.

Fujifilm has launched its new instax Link WIDE smartphone printer that is twice the size of instax mini prints.

Sony's new lens is 30% lighter than the lens it replaces, and claims the title of lightest large-aperture 70-200mm on the market.

Panasonic has announced the BS1H, a new camera that takes many of the internals of the S1H and puts them into a familiar, box-like form factor.

ASUS describes its PA148CTV 14-inch FHD portable monitor as being ‘designed for creators’. But if you are a creator, do you really need another monitor, and a compact one at that? AP takes a look.

Canon has launched a bizarre looking dual fisheye lens that lets EOS R5 owners shoot 180-degree Virtual Reality (VR) video.