Ep. 155: The State of Today’s Camera Industry – and more

Episode 155 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Automotive photographer, Easton Chang

In This Episode

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Automotive photographer Easton Chang opens the show. Thanks Easton!

Data from the Camera and Imaging Products Association (CIPA) reveals interesting info about today’s camera industry. (#)

Rumored specs of the upcoming Nikon D7300 plus firmware updates for the D3400 and D5600’s SnapBridge issues. (#)

The Godox Witstro Pocket Flash AD200 is a flash that you probably don’t want to actually keep in your pocket. (#)

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook indicates that the company will soon be showing some love for the creative community that largely built it. (#)

Hasselblad announces 4 new lenses for its X1D mirrorless medium format system. (#)

Nikon celebrates its 100th anniversary with special edition bodies and lenses most can’t afford and probably won’t use. (#)

The Seattle drone owner who lost control of his drone and knocked a woman unconscious is sentenced. (#)

Outtake

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