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24 July 2013

In this recurring column, we'll highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at a new image sharing site, a m4/3 prediction, an image editor designed for retouching and a new large lens pouch.

  • "Hi ... lets you attach a snippet of text and a photograph to a location. We call that a moment," according to Craig Mod.
  • In Micro Four Thirds: Withering on the Vine Lloyd Chambers argues that the sensor size of m4/3 cameras relative to their APS-C cousins dooms them.
  • ADVA has released its $9.99 TouchRetouch 1.0 [M], an image editor designed for retouching with color correction, cloning, straightening and cropping.
  • Spider has announced its $75 SpiderPro Large Lens Pouch to comfortably carry a 70-200mm lens with lens hood on your belt of a Spider holster belt. It tethers the rear lens cap for you while changing lenses and folds flat for storage.

More to come...

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