On this episode of Photo Geek Weekly, I am joined by Mike Howard from the Jpeg2RAW podcast – his second run in the co-pilot seat! We discuss new sensor technology from Sony and Panasonic as and how it might affect our images in the future, changes to the Google Image Search system to help prevent copyright infringement, the new Fuji X-H1 flagship camera and how it compared to cameras from Nikon and Canon… and finally some late-breaking news: Kodak T-MAX P3200 is coming back. The film industry continues to recover. All this and more in episode 15 – give it a listen!
Story 1: Sony Creates Groundbreaking Backlit CMOS Sensor with Global Shutter (via PetaPixel)
Related: Panasonic unveils ‘industry-first’ 8K organic image sensor with global shutter (via DPReview)
Story 2: Google has removed the ‘View Image’ button from Image Search (via DPReview)
Story 3: Fujifilm announces X-H1 stills/movie flagship with in-body stabilization (via DPReview)
Bonus: Kodak Alaris is bringing back T-Max P3200 high-speed B&W film (via DPReview)
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