The Canon 70-200mm F2.8L IS lens is the photojournalists best friend and has long become a favorite of serious amateurs. We love it for its quality and focal range and for it's tough build and fast autofocus. Canon released the update to it's popular lens and Digital Photography Review tests and compares it to the competition. Read the review here.
Adobe Lab's has made available a lens profiler as part of it's CS5 suite and the soon to be released Lightroom 3.0. You can create a profile to correct for lens distortions, CA, vignetting and more and then share/trade those profiles through Adobe. Or, you can just use someone else's profile.
Topaz Lab's releases it's newest Photoshop plug in to help reduce noise. Our testing team and Bangkok Images has been testing this product for several months and will soon bring you a full review.
I'm really excited about this one. Sony has just released a mirrorless APC-S sensor sized 'pocket' camera even smaller than the smallest Micro 4/3's cameras. A bigger sensor, smaller body, a very interesting concept. So interesting that I have one on pre-order for myself. I suspect it will make an excellent knapsack camera and with it's 16mm F2.8 lens and DSLR sized sensor will make a very effective low light camera for night photography. A preview here and a review here.
Adobe Lab's releases Camera Raw 6.1 which includes the new lens correction module and the new RAW engine which greatly improves the low light images and more.
Canon just released a the new firmware 2.0.7 for their Canon 5d Mark II. You can get your upgrade here. I've already updated mine and everything went fine.