This week on TWiP, Nikon settles a D600 class action suit, music artists who don’t appreciate their photo being taken, and Manchester United bans iPads and tablets from their stadium.
The Boston Marathon bombings reinforce the importance of great photojournalism. The Kentucky Derby bans all interchangeable lens cameras. And Beyonce tells pro photographers to look for other work.
This week on TWiP, we round up the news and announcements from Photoplus Expo, new hardware & software from Microsoft & Apple, Nikon dealing with dirty sensors on the D600, Canon’s profits down, and an interview with photographer Danny Postawa.
Plenty of news coming out of Photokina in Germany this week. We’re talking about new full-frame bodies from Nikon & Canon, Google acquires Nik Software, Sekonic releases a new touch-screen light meter, and Sigma adds USB to it’s newly reorganized lens lineup.