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Canon has announced the EOS C70, the company’s first RF mount cinema camera.

C+A Global has announced that the KODAK STEP, their newest instant print range carrying the Kodak name, will be available locally. The new range includes two new cameras and a wireless instant printer.

GoPro has launched the HERO9 Black the newest addition to its camera range with enhanced shooting capabilities. Read on to find out where to get your hands on one.

HP has just announced the release of their new HP ENVY computer range, which includes four laptops, two of which have 360 degree folding capabilities for enhanced flexibility. Read on to find out more about the new range.

Adobe have teased the latest update to Photoshop - a powerful Sky Replacement feature that uses A.I to swap skies with a click of a button.

Nikon Australia has announced the NIKKOR Z 50mm f/1.2 S and the NIKKOR Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S, two new lenses for the full-frame mirrorless Z-Mount.

Sony's new mirrorless full-frame camera looks to take the best parts of the A7III and A6600.

The XF 50mm F1.0 R WR portrait prime lens is the world's first f/1.0 lens for mirrorless cameras that includes autofocus capability.

Canon have announced three new inkjet printers, including a new A3+ professional photo desktop printer, the PIXMA PRO-200.

Panasonic has used the release of the S5 to confirm two new lens additions to the L-Mount will be available shortly.

Panasonic has announced the Lumix DC-S5, a compact full-frame mirrorless camera that looks to take many of the video capture features of the flagship Lumix S1 and S1H, but packages them in a smaller, more compact body.

DJI has announced the fourth iteration of the Osmo Mobile, with the release of the Osmo Mobile 4.

We test out MSI's new WS66 laptop from a photographer's perspective.

NiSi Filters Australia has just announced the release of a new filter range to bring a cinematic effect to your images.

It's the world's widest full-frame constant f/2.8 zoom lens, and promises to be the ultimate wide-angle for well-off photographers. We take Sony's newest lens out for a spin.

Ray is an ultra-compact micro-traveller, and Bucky is his bigger, more versatile buddy, and both are built for travel.