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Cloud storage solutions from Amazon, 7D MK2 firmware locking up camera, Photographer sues Maxim Magazine, Samsung wants your photos… for free, Leica Monochrom crashes Apple’s Photos, Final Cut Pro X 10.2.1, Lily camera drone, Olympus Titanium OM-D E-M5II, Canon’s new 50mm f/1.8, and Canon recalls original EOS 5D – 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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- Amazon Cloud Drive and Amazon S3 cloud backup solutions
- CanonRumors.com – Reports of EOS 7D Mark II Firmware 1.04 Locking up Camera
- NYPost.com – Photographer Sues Maxim for Use of Niykee Heaton Pics
- PetaPixel.com – Please Reply #yes to Give Us Unlimited Rights to Your Photo
- DPReview.com – Leica’s Red Dot Forum Warns of Crash Risk with Monochrom RAW Files in Apple’s Photos App
- 9to5Mac.com – Apple Releases Final Cut Pro X 10.2.1 with Bug Fixes, Improved Video Support, More Accurate Timeline
- PetaPixel.com – Lily is the World’s First Throw-and-shoot Camera
- DPReview.com – Olympus Offers Limited Edition Titanium OM-D E-M5II and Firmware Update
- AmateurPhotographer.co.uk – Canon Reveals New 50mm f/1.8 Prime Lens
- CanonWatch.com – Canon Store Deals on Refurbished Gear (50mm f/1.8 for $79, and more)
- USA.Canon.com – Canon Issues a Recall for EOS 5D for Mirror Separation Issue
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