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Canon Appears to Be Rapidly Discontinuing Popular DSLR Lenses

Canon appears to be rapidly discontinuing its EF-mount DSLR lenses this year as the company focuses on its mirrorless offerings. Five popular lenses have been marked as "no longer available" at some retailers including popular optics like the 85mm f/1.2L USM II and the 70-200mm f/4L IS USM II.

Apple Has Confirmed That it is Discontinuing the iMac Pro

Over the weekend, MacRumors noticed that Apple had placed a "While supplies last" tag on the iMac Pro product page and removed custom configurations, a sign that a product is about to be discontinued. A day later, Apple confirmed it: the iMac Pro is on its way out.

Nikon Has Finally Discontinued the F6, Its Last Film SLR: Report

After 16 years in production, Nikon has reportedly discontinued the much-beloved Nikon F6: the last flagship film SLR it ever made before transitioning to digital. The company also reportedly discontinued the Nikon D5 DSLR, the SB-300 flash, and a couple of older lenses.

Nikon’s Exceptional 200mm f/2G Lens Has Been Discontinued

Last week, Nikon Japan moved the legendary NIKKOR AF-S 200mm f/2G ED VR II lens over into its 'Old Product' list of discontinued F-Mount lenses. And while Nikon USA won't confirm the news, this probably means that the old lens is no longer in production, and will hopefully be replaced in the near future.

Polaroid Originals Announces the End of Spectra Instant Film

Polaroid Originals—the artist formerly known as The Impossible Project—made a sad announcement on its blog yesterday. After determining that the wide-format Polaroid Spectra cameras out in the wild "are now coming to the end of their useful lives," the company has decided to discontinue production of Spectra instant film.

Canon’s 7D Line Has Come to an End: Report

As Canon turns its attention to growing its mirrorless camera market share, the company is reportedly sunsetting some of its popular DSLR lines such as the high-megapixel 5DS and 5DS R. And the latest word is that the popular 7D line has also come to an abrupt end.

Apple Aperture Won’t Work Anymore After macOS Mojave

Apple killed off Aperture back in 2014, but there are still photographers out there who have opted to continue using the beloved photo editing and management app. If that's you, there's some bad news: Aperture will no longer run on Mac after macOS Mojave.

VSCO is Discontinuing Its Desktop Film Simulations

VSCO exploded onto the photography scene back in 2012 with instantly popular Photoshop and Lightroom presets for accurately simulating various film stocks on RAW photos. But now the company is moving away from its origins: it just announced that its desktop presets are being discontinued.

My Last Frames of Fuji FP-100C, or: The Creative Obligation Not to F*** it Up

For about a year and a half, every time I opened my fridge I saw my last remaining 10 exposure pack of Fuji FP 100C instant film, and every time I opened said fridge I was reluctant to take it out and shoot it. I did not want to waste my last remaining packfilm but I knew I shouldn’t wait too long, because eventually the chemistry inside the film would dry. And since the film expired in late 2007, I was running out of time.

The Leica M7 Has Been Discontinued

It's the end of an era: Leica has discontinued the M7 film rangefinder, the last numbered M series camera before the Leica M8 brought the iconic line into the realm of digital photography.