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12 November 2014

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention (with more than 140 characters). This time we look at tax information for photographers, Sony's APCS sensor, problems with Sony's firmware updater and Kloskowski moves to onOne.

  • Carolyn Wright has some intriguing links on Tax Information for Photographers. The IRS search makes fascinating reading all by itself.
  • SonyAlphaRumors expects Sony's Active-Pixel Sampling sensor to "change the photography industry." Each pixel on the sensor "can take the full color info with the help of an electrified moving color filter."
  • Lloyd Chambers points out a security risk with a Sony Firmware Updater. The unsigned app, which is not compatible with Yosemite, runs as root and uses a kernel extension.
  • Matt Kloskowski lists Top 10 Rumors on Why Matt Left KelbyOne but there's only one: he accepted a position as Vice President of Photography at onOne Software.

More to come...

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