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Ben Q's new monitor features special panel technology which results in a paper-like screen effect.

The Lomographic Society has just announced the release of a newly developed film, the Babylon Kino Black & White ISO 13 35mm, the fourth addition to their collection of multiformat monochrome films.

Tamron has announced the 70-180mm F/2.8 Di III VXD (Model A056), a large aperture telephoto zoom lens for Sony E-mount full-frame mirrorless cameras.

More than four years in the making, gear-maker Peak Design have unveiled their new Travel Tripod, described as a total overhaul of the traditional camera tripod design, and now available in Australia.

Huawei has just announced three phones in the Chinese company's new P40 series: the Huawei P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro+.

Ricoh has announced the development of its third “Star-Series lens”, the HD Pentax-D FA* 85mm f/1.4 SDM AW.

UK software company Serif has made its suite of Affinity apps for Mac or Windows completely free for three months.

Canon have released further details about the upcoming EOS R5, confirming the camera will offer full sensor width 8K, and animal AF.

It has taken a fair while, but Leica has announced its new $29,900 S3 medium-format camera is now available to pre-order.

Nikon’s D780 takes the excellent D750 and adds a touch of mirrorless magic to create a camera that may just be the most mirrorless-like DSLR we’ve seen yet. But does it bring the best of both worlds? Doug Gimesy takes a look.

Elinchrom has announced two new mid-range monolights, the ELC 125 and ELC 500.

Panasonic has released an updated lens roadmap for the Lumix L-mount series, revealing three new prime lenses and three zoom lenses will be released this year.

Fujifilm has officially announced the X-T4, the fourth-generation APS-C mirrorless camera that brings in-body image stabilisation to the X-T series for the first time.

Sony have announced a new full-frame E-mount lens, the 20mm F1.8 G, a fast wide-angle prime that weighs just 373g.

Olympus and Panasonic have announced three more companies have joined the Micro Four Thirds (MFT) System standard.

Canon's new D850 packs an 24MP APS-C format CMOS sensor paired to a Digic 8 processor, which enables 7fps shooting.