As photographic film gradually heads towards becoming a museum item, film sellers need to diversify into other types of merchandise.Saturday, 22 March, 2014, 5:09am
When camera-shop owner Gordon Yuen Tien-yau found two years ago that his Samsung phone could take very high-quality photos, he decided to add smartphones to the cameras on his shelves.15 Feb 2014 - 1:01am
There was recent news that one of the world's weirdest and most groundbreaking camera systems, Lytro, had become even weirder and more groundbreaking thanks to the addition of new software effects.3 Feb 2013 - 7:18am
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Capturing images for the family album is a breeze using digital formats. But as many keen parents are discovering, they may not be able to find a satisfactory image among 100 snaps taken, and shooting with a high-end camera won't necessarily yield great results.6 May 2012 - 12:00am
While Samsung only entered the digital camera space a few years ago, its NX series of interchangeable-lens cameras has come a long way.
Its latest series, consisting of the NX210 and NX1000 models, not only puts Samsung on the map but gives the company the lead, at least in image resolution.22 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
Shoe designer Carter Ma Guowei is a fan of old-style photography who is saddened to see film being pushed into the sunset by digital cameras.
He has collected 500 rolls of rare film from all over the world in the past two years, including the first China-made film and a 126-year-old roll of Kodak film.14 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
Eastman Kodak, the one-time film giant and inventor of the digital camera recently humbled into bankruptcy protection, was a victim of its foolish policy of outsourcing key operations far from its factory floor in the United States, says Willy Shih, a professor of management practice at Harvard Business School.21 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Gatherings of people in Hong Kong, whether for social or work-related occasions, are usually rounded off with a hearty session of taking photographs. Group photos are an important way for people to record and celebrate each occasion they share with others.7 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
Zoom into the board of Lytro, a digital-camera start-up whose technology allows people to focus pictures after they take them, and you will find Asian names at the helm.
Lytro founder and CEO Ren Ng is Vietnamese, as is chairman Charles Chi, while director of photography Eric Cheng is Taiwanese-American.1 Jan 2012 - 12:00am