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NYPD grounds drone, Getty parts ways with Flickr, Sigma must pay Nikon 14.5 Million for patent infringement, a look at the Nikon 1 V3, Calumet files Chapter 7 and Model will have her day in court after filing lawsuit against Getty – all this and much more on this weeks episode of The Digital Photography Cafe Show.
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- Gizmodo.com – Is There a Drone Flying Around the Harlem Building Collapse?
- DPReview.com – Getty and Flickr to Cease Partnership
- DPReview.com – Sigma to Pay Nikon $14.5 Million for VR Patent Infringement
- FStoppers.com – Celebrity Photobombs Are The Photoboms You Can Only Wish For
- DIYPhotography.com – This Amazing Stickbomb Bullet Time Sequence Uses Over 30,000 Stickbombs
- DigitalCameraWorld.com – Nikon 1 V3: Price, Specs, Release Date Confirmed
- DPReview.com – Chicago-based Calumet Photographic Closes U.S. Stores
- PetaPixel.com – Judge Rules Model’s Lawsuit Against Getty Will Go to Trial
- Connect.DPReview.com – Apple is on Camera-engineer Hiring Spree
- GoogleBlog.Blogspot.com – Save More with Google Drive
- Kickstarter.com – The Cardboard Standing Desk: Stand Up for Creativity
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