Well, it's that time again—being a cultural Christian, I'm closing the site down for a few days to celebrate Christmas with friends and family.
Before we go, a link to Photo Rumors concerning intimations of Christmases Future from various Japanese photo company head honchos. Higher ISOs rather than more megapixels promised from Canon; a mirrorless full-frame camera from Pentax; "smaller" (prime?) E-mount lenses said to be in the pipeline from Sony; The D3 and D700 replacements reportedly on the way from Nikon; and (can it be, Father Christmas?!?) a black-and-white only camera from Ricoh? Be still, my beating heart.
Only rumors. But then, rumors can be fun.
So, until we return, a few days hence, a very Merry Christmas to all of you who celebrate it, and very best wishes to you and your family whether you celebrate this particular holiday or any other, or none at all. Thank you again for visiting The Online Photographer this past year. Good health, good wishes, and very best regards to you. See you again soon.
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Featured Comment by John Krumm: "I like the Olympus rumor over at 43rumors.com, showing a patent for a squarish-looking camera with a 36x36mm sensor."