FujiFilm announces their X100S in black, new lenses and instant printer. Sigma added a 50mm f1.4 to their line, Sony a5000, Nikon D3300 and D4S, Polaroid Socialmatic camera, Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2″ tablet, Liquid Image action cam with LTE, Mophie Space Pack iPhone case, FLIR ONE iPhone IR case, and Ladibird iPhone case for portraits – all on this weeks episode of The Digital Photography Cafe Show.
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- FujiFilm.com – Fujifilm Launches New All-black Version of the FUJIFILM X100S
- FujiFilm.com – Fujifilm Releases a New Roadmap for X Mount Lenses
- FujiFilm.com – Fujifilm Announces Fast Portrait Lens for X-series Cameras That Surpasses Picture Quality of Full-frame Equivalents
- FujiFilm.com – Fujifilm Launches an Instant Smartphone Printer, Instax SHARE Smartphone Printer SP-1
- SigmaPhoto.com – 50mm f1.4 DG HSM Art Lens
- TheVerge.com – Sony’s a5000 Mirrorless Camera Shows the Future of NEX
- NikonUSA.com – D3300, Big Power, Small Size
- DPReview.com – Nikon Announces Development of D4S Professional “HD-SLR”
- Polaroid.com – Introducing the Polaroid Socialmatic
- Engadget.com – Samsung’s Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is a Gigantic Tablet that Promises Extensive Productivity (Hands-on)
- Engadget.com – Liquid Image Brings LTE to the Action Cam Game with its New Ego LS
- MacRumors.com – Mophie Debuts “Space Pack” Battery Case with Built-in Storage
- PetaPixel.com – Turn Your iPhone 5 into a Predator-Vision Thermal Camera with the FLIR ONE Case
- PetaPixel.com – Ladibird Aims to Turn iPhones into Serious Portrait Cameras
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