Veteran panorama photographer Ron Pepper, and Small Camera Big Picture pioneer Giulio Sciorio join to discuss Nikon’s mirrorless plans, DxO’s bankruptcy and more…

Giulio Sciorio: http://giuliosciorio.com
Ron Pepper: http://www.panoramanetwork.com


Nikon goes Mirrorless?!

DxO Labs Files for Bankruptcy (Chapter 11) Protection

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