Clock Tower Cameras, TPS news, resurrection of film and more!Editor - 6th March 2015
Rejoice, the March issue of Pixel is out and it’s packed full of news, product launches and features.
Last month we caught up with The Photography Show team to find out what’s in store for dealers heading up to the Birmingham event at the end of March. Now, with just a few weeks to go (where did the time go?!) we turn the spotlight on the trade to see who’s booked their stands and what they hope to achieve during the four days.
Also in this issue we’re relaunching Behind The Counter thanks to popular demand, kicking off with the Camera World team who reveal some of the more bizarre things they’ve been asked by customers.
I recently took the short train journey from Pixel HQ to Brighton to visit Clock Tower Cameras, where owners Ed and Paul were happy to chat about their business and the nature of the trade over a cup of tea. While there, I witnessed a number of under 25s come in to buy film, which inspired another feature in this issue, which investigates the apparent surge in popularity of film photography amongst the younger generations. We look at the interesting results of an ILFORD survey, and speak to Kodak Alaris to see if these findings reflect their own sales and understanding of the market.
As usual we report on all the latest products and industry news from the last month, including some of the big launches from CP+ in Japan.
We’ll be up in Birmingham for The Photography Show later this month, visiting all the stands to probe for your latest news and gossip!
Check the latest issue of Pixel out here: