Full Circle: MingThein.com is Going Into Retirement

Almost 20 years ago to the day, a teenager made an unwise camera choice1 to record what he was experiencing in case he might later forget. In reality, the choice was really to consciously notice the world around him and single out the bits that mattered – starting immediately with the things he was involved in, which at the time was the crazy period of growing up known as ‘university’.

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.

Fujifilm is Putting an End to Its FP-100C Peel-Apart Instant Film

Fujifilm's Instax brand of instant film has seen a boom in popularity in recent years -- it was the #1 selling product in Amazon's "Camera" category last Christmas season.

Sadly, the same can't be said about the FP-100C, Fuji's last line of peel-apart instant film. Today, the Japanese company announced that it will be discontinuing the FP-100C lineup, marking the end of Fuji's peel-apart-type film.

R.I.P. Holga: The Hit Toy Camera Comes to an End

After being designed in 1981, the Holga medium format toy camera developed a cult following among photographers who valued its affordability and unique lo-fi results.

But all good things must come to an end: Holga cameras will no longer be produced from here on out.

Fujifilm Discontinues a Number of Formats from the Velvia Film Lineup

This year hasn't been very friendly to Fujifilm's film lineup. The company has already announced the discontinuation of APS films, the cutting of some less popular films, and a worldwide price increase. The bad news doesn't end there: the British Journal of Photography is reporting that the company is making major cuts to its popular Velvia brand, a film known for its resolution and color saturation.