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The organizers of Photokina 2020 have finally announced what we expected all along: the 2020 trade show has been cancelled due to public health concerns surrounding the novel coronavirus. The show will not take place again until May 2022.The news is currently trickling out over email, but should pop up on the Photokina website shortly. In an email forwarded to us by photographer Adrian Murray, th
It’s confirmed—just three weeks after announcing everything was set to go on as scheduled, Photokina 2020 has been canceled. In an email sent to DPReview, Koelnmesse GmbH, the organizers of the international trade show, announced the event won't be taking place this year, due to ongoing concerns and restrictions put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as other factors.While the writing
In what's likely not an all-too-unexpected turn of events, the bi-annual Photokina tradeshow set to take place in May in Cologne, Germany has now been cancelled due to health concerns surrounding the growing COVID-19 pandemic. The popular international trade fair was scheduled to take place between May 27-30, but now Koelnmesse GmbH, the Photokina tradeshow organizers, have decided to cance
This week, representatives from Koelnmesse, the organization behind Photokina 2020, sat down for a press conference in Cologne, Germany to address, amongst other details, concerns surrounding whether or not Photokina 2020 will take place as cases of COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe.At the press conference, Koelnmesse Vice President, Christoph Werner, said ‘At this time, there is no r
OPC OPTICS announced on Tuesday that it will revive the Meyer Optik Görlitz brand it acquired in late 2018 with a debut at Photokina 2020 in Germany later this year. The company will bring half a dozen new lenses with it, including the Trioplan 100, Trioplan 50, Trioplan 35, Primoplan 75, Primoplan 58 and the Lydith 30.The Meyer Optik Görlitz saga is a long one. The brand returned from the dead i
Photokina has shared a press release confirming Canon, Panasonic and Sony will be attending the 2020 expo in Japan and ensures the manufacturers 'once again promise a fireworks display of new products at Photokina.'The press release, titled “Photokina 2020: A Visit to the Motherland of Imaging,” comes three months after Photokina confirmed Leica, Nikon and Olympus won’t be attending the trade-sho
Photokina is still the world’s leading imaging expo, but changes to its structure and a struggling industry may be pushing participants away. In a press release published to the expo’s website, the trade show’s organizer Koelnmesse revealed that Nikon, Leica and Olympus have all chosen to skip Photokina 2020.The announcement strikes a grim-but-hopeful note, under the headline &# is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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