Ep. 123: Nikon to Cut Its Workforce Amid Poor Camera Sales + more!

Episode 123 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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CameraLabs.com founder and CameraLabs co-host Gordon Laing opens the show. Thanks Gordon!

Nikon announces reducing its workforce by 1,000 employees as camera sales slide and it puts more resources into its more-profitable businesses. (#)

A security guard confronts a listener based on the “professional” looking nature of his gear…and I have a hiding in plain sight solution with includes a #PurpleTripod.

Canon’s 6D Mark II may be coming out later than expected with reasonable updates, but no 4K video. Is it relevant in 2017? (#)

Beleaguered action cam pioneer GoPro recalls its Karma drone. (#)

David Beckham uses a photographer’s photo without payment nor credit, but can infringement be overlooked in some cases? (#)

The New York Times demonstrates a great use case for 360 degree video. (#)


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