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    Sony has developed a 128GB CFexpress Type B memory card with ultra-fast read and write speeds of 1700MB/s and 1480MB/s. The card is designed for professional and industrial use.


    Two new digital film scanners and a 35mm slide viewer from Kodak can now be purchased from Amazon and they're rather reasonably priced.


    Colour management solution experts Datacolor has expanded its range of colour calibration tools with the introduction of a new monitor calibration device.


    ProGrade Digital has released version 2 of its dual-slot SD card reader that gives transfer speeds, in both slots, of up to 10GB/s.


    Holga has launched a mechanical Instax printer so you can print without power.


    Convert any 4x5 camera into an enlarger and create high-quality prints and scans from your 4x5, 120 and 35mm negatives.


    Samsung has announced a new portable SSD featuring NVMe technology and blazing transfer speeds.


    A tough design and fast read/write speeds are what Sony promise from their new range of memory cards.


    XP Distribution has introduced a new X-Rite Colour Starter Kit to aid colour calibration novices.


    There's a new Canon printer that you can use to print credit card sized prints wirelessly.


    Epson has extended its range of all-in-one printers and they're now available on Amazon.


    A company called GNARBOX have created a portable hard drive which makes backing up photos a doddle.