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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.

Agfa Vista Film is Dead: Report

Film photography has been seeing a renewed interest from photographers and manufacturers as of late, but that doesn't mean that all well-known film stocks will survive through the resurgence. And today there's news that another fan favorite is biting the dust: Agfa Vista is reportedly the latest film to be discontinued.

GoPro Kills the Karma and Exits the Drone Business

GoPro just announced that it's exiting the drone business and cutting 20% of its workforce, confirming earlier reports of major layoffs in the company's aerial division. The company's stock also plunged after it missed revenue estimates.

RIP: Microsoft Paint Killed Off After 32 Years

Microsoft Paint, the first image editing software experienced by countless photographers and PC users around the world, is being laid to rest. Microsoft has announced that it's abandoning the famous program after 32 years.

R.I.P. Lexar Memory Cards

If you're a fan of using Lexar memory cards in your cameras, there's some sad news for you today: they're being discontinued. Micron, the parent company of Lexar, is announcing that the entire Lexar removable storage retail business is being shuttered.

Amazon Killing Off its $60/Year Plan for Unlimited Storage

Amazon is tightening its belt when it comes to its cloud data storage services. The company has just announced that its $60 a year plan for unlimited data storage is being abruptly discontinued. For that same rate, you'll now only be able to store 1TB of data.

Twitter Killing Off Vine: Goodbye Six-Second Videos

After being acquired by Twitter in 2012 and launching to the public in 2013, Vine became a pioneer of the idea of sharing short videos socially. Now its famous 6-second video loops are coming to an end: Twitter announced today that it's discontinuing the Vine mobile app.