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Ep. 370: It Sure Sounds Like Nikon Wants Out

Episode 370 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Show Opener:
Photographer, Scott Bline. Thanks Scott!

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Stories:
Nikon seems ready to drop the DSLR. (#)

Canon’s new 24mm f/1.8 and 15-30mm f/4.5-6.3. (#)

Drobo files for bankruptcy protection. (#)

TTArtisan’s inexpensive new 50mm f/2. (#)

Skylum’s HDR Merge comes to Neo. (#)

How not to dehumanize your subject. (#)

Cosina’s new 35mm f/2 Macro. (#)

Nikon gets set to raise its prices. (#)

Meike unveils its 10mm f/2. (#)

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Author: Sharky James
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