Episode 296 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Zuma Press Editor-at-Large, Jim Colton
In This Episode
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Show Opener:
Zuma Press Editor-at-Large, Jim Colton, opens the show. Thanks Jim!
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Stories:
Canon finally unveils its full-frame mirrorless system with the EOS R. Did they best Nikon? (#)
Four new RF lenses for that Canon EOS R, three adapters and a flash. (#)
Tamron unveils its 15-30mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2. (#)
Fujifilm ups its game with the X-T3. (#)
Nikon’s D3500 builds on its predecessor with more modern looks and shaves weight. (#)
Outtakes
My other podcast with Brian Matiash, the No Name Photo Show.
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