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It Looks Like Flickr is Now For Sale

It's looking more and more like Flickr will soon find itself under the control of a new owner. It's no secret that its parent company, Yahoo, has been struggling as of late, and now the latest word is that Yahoo is on the auction block and taking offers for its businesses.

Photographer Albert Watson Shot His Own Real Estate Photos for His $21.5M NYC Penthouse

Photographer Albert Watson has shot some of the most memorable photos of some of the world's most famous people over his lengthy photography career, from Alfred Hitchcock to Steve Jobs.

While his work has mostly focused on fashion, celebrities, and art, Watson recently ventured into a different genre: real estate photography. The photographer is selling his $21.5 million penthouse in New York City, and he shot his own photos for the listing.

Yahoo May Sell Flickr and Its Core Internet Business

Flickr could soon find itself with a new owner. Yahoo is reportedly considering a sale of its struggling core Internet business, in which the photo sharing service Flickr -- acquired back in 2005 for around $25 million -- is just a small piece of the pie.

21 Rolleiflex Prototypes Appear on eBay with a Price Tag of $178,000

The factory that manufactures Rolleiflex cameras is being liquidated in a bankruptcy auction, so there's a chance we may never see new Rolleiflex twin-lens reflex cameras produced ever again. As the fate of the brand is in limbo, 21 original Rolleiflex camera prototypes have appeared in an auction on eBay. For a cool $178,000, collectors can own a unique piece of photographic history.

Nikon 6mm f/2.8 Lens for Sale in UK… on Craigslist

Another rare Nikon 6mm f/2.8 fisheye lens is for sale, and this time in a rather unusual place: Craigslist. That's right, someone around London is selling one of the rarest Nikon lenses through a simple classified listing spotted by one of our readers.

Photo of Iceberg that Sank the Titanic to Be Auctioned, Expected to Fetch $10K

On the night of April 14th, 1912, the Titanic collided with a massive iceberg and sank, ending the lives of more than 1,000 people and becoming one of the deadliest maritime disasters in history. Now, one hundred years later, a photo that may the only surviving print showing that infamous chunk of ice is going up for auction. It's expected to fetch up to $10,000.

NASA Hasselblad Up for Sale on eBay

Forget the uber-rare Leica MP2 that's going on auction at the end of this year. If you want a unique camera but don't want to trade your house for it, you can save yourself a couple hundred grand by going for this brand new made-for-NASA Hasselblad MKWE up for sale on eBay for a cool $33,751.

We're not sure why the price is so specific or what exactly makes this a NASA camera (it doesn't seem to be branded so), but it's a definitely an eye-catching Hassy.