Ep. 162: Is Sony Really Keeping the Good Stuff for Itself? – and more

Episode 162 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Landscape, travel and outdoor photographer Thomas Heaton

In This Episode

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Landscape, travel and outdoor photographer Thomas Heaton, opens the show. Thanks Thomas!

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Is Sony keeping the best sensors for themselves…or not? And, would anyone be surprised if they do? (#)

Fujifilm announces a large number of new features to be rolled out via two firmware updates. (#)

The Trump White House is Flickr-free thus far. (#)

Cactus announces an upcoming firmware update which will maintain TTL and HSS  across a number of camera and flash brands. (#)

A wealth of knowledge is available online from the School of Visual Arts. (#)

Instagram will soon be rolling out additional business features which many photographers can make use of. (#)

Rumors are that Canon will be throwing 5D Mark IV users a bone with C-Log. (#)

Outtakes

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