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Company boosts film camera range with four new models, and more to come in 2004
- 20 Jan 2004
Pentax UK Marketing Manager, John Dickins, has released a statement explaining the conditions which have brought about the end of their revered range of medium format film cameras in the UK.
- 27 Mar 2006
As sales of film continue to fall, will film photography become extinct? One analyst expects film to be gone by 2020.
- 6 Jun 2011
Argos reap the benefits of rival Dixons decision to axe sales of 35mm cameras
- 17 Aug 2005
ILFORD has launched two black and white disposable cameras, ideal for weddings and parties.
- 4 Dec 2012
Although overall sales of digital cameras in the UK reached a plateau last year, global digital sales increased by 21%, while UK film sales halved.
- 11 Jan 2007
Fujifilm have released a statement in reponse to an article printed in The Times on the second of March 2006. The Times stated that Fujifilm would withdraw from the traditional film and camera business.
- 9 Mar 2006
Successor to the award winning DiMAGE Scan Elite 5400
- 17 Feb 2005
- Konica Minolta Photo Imaging (UK) Limited
Canon will continue to produce and sell existing models and will make a final decision in the future based on market demand.
- 26 May 2006
Focus-on-Imaging was used as the launch pad for a major new initiative to promote traditional film within the professional and enthusiast markets.
- 19 Mar 2007
A study by American consulting firm Infotrends has predicted that digital photography will dominate the imaging business sooner rather than later. Although the study is only based on data collected in the USA, recent announcements about the fate of Konica Minolta would suggest this is a worldwide phenomenon.
- 19 Jan 2006