There was so much to see at Photokina 2012 that we simply couldn't see and cover it all, but hopefully we've given you a great overview of the event (taking well over 1,000 photos), as well as details and hands-on with a number of exciting new products. Make sure you also have a look at David Clapp's Report On Photokina 2012,
as well as our complete list of Photokina 2012 coverage
SanDisk announced plans to release CFast 2.0 memory cards
based on SATA 3.0 technology, this will allow speeds up to 600MB/sec, which will be ideal for video.
Samsung had a clever waterfall that could display graphics, to demonstrate the new Samsung Galaxy Camera's new water fall mode. Read our Samsung Galaxy Camera Hands-On Review
Carl Zeiss were showing a number of lenses, as well as giving Nokia space on the stand, as Carl Zeiss optics are used in a number of Nokia smartphones, including the 41 megapixel Nokia PureView 808
Datacolor Spyder Capture Pro Package
Camera calibration package
The World's largest SDXC memory card
featuring 256GB storage. Although personally it seems a lot like keeping all of your eggs in one basket, although the lifetime warranty should help.
Baby Fisheye (uses 110 film)
Make your own.
These gold Samyang lenses were created in 1983 to celebrate 1 million lenses made at the Samyang factory.
The new Samyang 10mm
f/2.8 ED AS UMC CS ASP-C / DX - EOS Mount available 2012/2013
Canon recycled a number of materials to create this robot, and as this robot is waving good-bye, we thought it would be fitting to use it to wave good-bye to Photokina 2012 for another two years... Until next time, good-bye!