Another decade is coming to an end, and it got us thinking: with possibly hundreds of cameras (we think!) released in the last 10 years, what were the most influential cameras released this decade?
Adobe has released updates for Camera Raw and Lightroom Classic, as well as a significant update to Lightroom for Windows, macOS, Android, ChromeOS, iOS and iPad OS.
Venus Optics has announced variations to three existing Laowa lenses.
SanDisk has announced a new fast-transferring SSD aimed at photographers and videographers.
Olympus has released an updated version of its M.Zuiko Digital lens roadmap that shows three new lenses set to be released for Micro Four Thirds next year.
Canon Australia has extended its warranty on all newly sold Mirrorless, DSLR, Digital Video Camera and Lenses from two to five years.
Leica's Q2 packs a whopping 47MP sensor and a beautiful lens into a seriously good-looking body. But does it justify that big price-tag?
Ricoh has announced the Theta SC2, the second generation of the company's 360-degree camera.
In the market for a new smartphone? There's plenty of choice out there, but this new video might help you if you're stuck choosing between Apple and Google.
A new update to Lightroom Mobile will streamline the import process.
Panasonic's latest L-Mount lenses hit stores in January.
Canon has just released the latest iteration of the EOS R lineup of mirrorless full-frame cameras: the Canon EOS Ra.
Leica have announced an update to the four-year old Leica SL, with last week's announcement of the the Leica SL2.
Sony's A7R IV packs an enormous number of megapixels in a subtly refined body. But is it just a one-trick wonder? Mike O'Connor takes a look.
Photoshop Camera, Photoshop for iPad and new AI enhancements in Lightroom are coming to Creative Cloud.