Ep. 183: Did Japan Ask Fujifilm to Shore up Nikon? – and more

Episode 183 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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In This Episode

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Arsenal AI photography assistant creator, Ryan Stout opens the show. Thanks Ryan!

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Reports that the Japanese governments wants Fujifilm to help Nikon. (#)

Samyang announces a smaller, lighter 35mm f/2.8 for Sony F-mount. (#)

Affinity Photo comes to the iPad with a full-featured offering. (#)

Apple announces new iMacs…and in an un-Apple move, an iMac Pro 6 months before delivery. (#)

New iPads, a new OS and an update to Apple’s Photos app is announced at WWDC. (#)

Outtake

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