We take a look back at the hot products, services and topics from 2014 in our year-end wrap-up – all on this weeks episode of The Digital Photography Cafe Show.
Grab a latte, pull up a chair and join Trevor Current and Joseph Cristina as they serve up the hottest photography news and commentary.
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- Associated Press fires photographer – Episode 138
- Nikon is replacing some defective D600 with D610s – Episode 139
- Blackmagic 4K camera – Episode 141
- iOS security problems – Episode 142
- Nikon D600s now getting new sensors – Episode 143
- Getty giving away your images for free – Episode 144
- Calumet files Chapter 7 – Episode 145
- Nikon D600s banned in China – Episode 146
- Nikon is now replacing defective D600s with new D610s – Episode 147
- iPhone 6 announced at WWDC – Episode 148
- Amazon announced it’s Fire smartphone – Episode 151
- Samsung Note 3 vs. Canon 5D Mark3 video comparison – Episode 153
- Adobe Creative Cloud goes down, and some alternative software – Episode 154
- Nikon announced the D810 – Episode 158
- iPhone 6/6 Plus availability and Apple Pay and Apple Watch announced – Episode 164
- Nikon announces the D750, Canon announces the 7D Mark2 and we say goodbye to the print edition of MacWorld magazine – Episode 165
- Apple responds to the Shellshock attack and the “BendGate” scandal – Episode 166
- iCloud login harvesting in China – Episode 168
- PhotoPlus Expo 2014 recap – Episode 169
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