Ep. 327: Are We Starting to See the End of the DSLR? - and more

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Episode 327 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 - Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS!

Featured: Portrait photographer, Eli Infante

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Show Opener:Portrait photographer, Eli Infante. Thanks Eli!

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Stories: Canon's 90D and perhaps the beginning of the end of the DSLR. (#)

Sony hikes of the price of a popular lens. (#)

Canon releases two key lenses in the RF-mount lineup. (#)

Corel announces PaintShop Pro 2020 with AI. (#)

Nikon updates SnapBridge with highly-requested features. (#)

Canon eyes an update of old technology. (#)

A photographer knows his rights, and it nearly costs him. (#)

The FAA reminds the public not to be stupid. (#)

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