Photokina 2008 Report

September 30, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 6 Comments |

PhotokinaThe world’s biggest photography show, Photokina, has now ended. We’ve just updated our comprehensive Photokina Report. There are 25 in-depth live reports from the show floor, over 100 listings of every significant new product announced before and at Photokina, and our Top 10 pick of the stars of the show. We’ll also shortly be adding a final wrap-up report looking back at what turned out to be a very interesting show…

Website: Photokina 2008 Report



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#1 David Ng

Hey - just wanted to let you know that you have the wrong picture of the Sony A900 there...you actually have the Panasonic LX-3.

Cheers,
David

1:36 am - Thursday, September 11, 2008

#2 Mark Goldstein

Oops, thanks for letting us know David!

9:34 am - Thursday, September 11, 2008

#3 andy

Hi looking forward to your emails,ur newsletter is great !!

Must be one of the most eagerly awaited show,i know i'm waiting before i pull the trigger on a Dp1, heres hoping for either a Dp2 or Grd3

2:31 pm - Friday, September 19, 2008

#4 Daniel Roberts

I was at the Photokina exhibition last week, Normally major German exhibitions are paragons of efficiency with a catalogue which can serve as an industry directory and an excellent on line information system. Photokina, the world's biggest photographic event was was a big let down, Read all about it in my blog photokina.wordpress.com

Daniel Roberts
Director, Incartek (ink Cartridge Technologies Ltd)

http://www.OPUSalbums.com- print-your-own albums, digital photographic and creative papers and the

11:07 pm - Tuesday, September 30, 2008

#5 Peter

I not agree with Daniel Robert, what Normally major German exhibitions are paragons of efficiency with a catalogue which can serve as an industry directory and an excellent on line information system.

7:37 am - Thursday, October 2, 2008

#6 John Michael Flynn

The S2 was an amazing surprise and just about killed the buzz of every other product out there. Quite simply, it's the size of the chip that makes that camera worth its weight in gold -- or the billion dollars that it will likely retail for. LOL For us "normal" professional photographers, the 5D Mark II isn't too shabby, and of course the 1Ds Mark III and 1D Mark III.

I posted an article of my own on the Leica S2 here -http://tinyurl.com/Leica-S2-drool - let me know what you think about this camera.

12:49 am - Friday, October 3, 2008