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In a change of format, Bill Manning invites EM of Emulsive and Paul McKay, CEO of Analogue Wonderland, to discuss the recent grim new for digital camera manufacturers for Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm, and Olympus. Sony sells its shares back to Olympus, some viewing a dumping of devalued stock, Nikon fails to innovate and as well outsourcing all of it components. None of this is new to these manufacturers, the writing has been on the wall for years, once dismissed by Canon CEO Fujio Mitarai.
While the digital camera market questions its future, film photography has show significant growth as Kodak reports its film division experience 21% growth year-over-year. In addition to it's growth, other film manufacturers are feeling bull-ish in bringing new products to the market: Fujifilm Acros 100 II, Film Ferrania P30, Lomography Metropolis, etc.