2008 Photokina Tradeshow

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2008 Photokina Tradeshow
September 23 to 28 – Cologne, Germany

2008 Photokina TradeshowThe Photokina tradeshow takes place every two years in Cologne, Germany. It is the largest photography tradeshow in the world. The 2006 show had 1500 exhibitors and over 160,000 people attended. Photography equipment manufacturers traditionally make some of their biggest announcements at Photokina. This year is no exception, with the announcement of the Nikon D90 – the first digital SLR with video capture; Sony’s first pro digital SLR – the 24.4-megapixel Alpha A900; the long awaited 21-megapixel Canon EOS 5D Mark II; the new Micro Four Thirds camera format; world’s fastest lens, the new Leica Noctilux 50mm f/0.95; and lots of new compact digital cameras, including the exciting Panasonic Lumix LX3 / Leica D-Lux 4. And that’s just what’s been announced to date (September 19th)!

Photokina takes place from September 23-28th in Cologne, Germany. We won’t be at the show this year, but we will be covering all the news with articles, press releases, and links. We’re also hoping to get photos from the show floor from some of our marketing and PR friends who are there. Anyone who is attending Photokina is welcome to post photos from the show in our Events Gallery. More new photo product introductions are expected, including a major announcement from Adobe – so bookmark this page and check back!

All 2008 Photokina Articles & Photo Equipment Announcements >>

2008 Photokina Highlights
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 Micro Four Thirds Camera
Nikon D90 Digital SLR
Sony Alpha DSLR-A900
Canon Powershot G10
Carl Zeiss ZE Lenses For Canon EOS
Leica M8.2 Digital Rangefinder
Kodak Professional Ektar 100 Film

All 2008 Photokina Camera & Photography News
Official Photokina Tradeshow Web Site

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