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Ep. 252: Why Canon Wants Your Fingerprints – and more

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Episode 252 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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Featured: Landscape photographer, Varina Patel

In This Episode

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Show Opener:
Landscape photographer Varina Patel opens the show. Thanks Varina!

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Stories:
Canon files a patent for fingerprint technology in cameras and lenses. (#)

Sony’s way of updating your camera’s firmware could be a security risk. (#)

You can finally schedule your Instagram posts…if you jump through some hoops. (#)

Sony’s CEO steps aside…and for good reason. (#)

Fujifilm announces its X-A5 and a new lens. (#)

A photographer dies leading a lava field photography tour. (#)

My other podcast with Brian Matiash, the No Name Photo Show.

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