DPReview.com camera site to go offline from April 10th – Sound & Vision – News

The webcam site DPReview.com will be closing down. Starting April 10, the website as well as the site’s YouTube channel will be shut down. DPReview is a large English language camera website with news, reviews and an extensive forum.

At DPReview.com, the team has a The message has been posted Noting that the site was closed after nearly 25 years. Scott Everett Director general From the camera position, he talks about a “difficult decision” caused by A.J Annual Evaluation From parent company Amazon since the beginning of this year. DPReview is not directly mentioned in it. Amazon CEO Andy Jassy announced that a round of layoffs of 18,000 employees will follow.


DPReview will remain on the air until April 10, and until then the editors will continue to work on reviews and post other content. Everett is grateful to the communities that have formed around the site and the support that has come from it.

It is an eye-catching part of DPReview YouTube channel presented for the past five years by photography enthusiast Chris Nichols and most focused on video capabilities Jordan Drake. Before that, this Canadian duo was part of The Camera Store channel. Nichols says on Twitter that he and Drake aren’t ready to resume this and that The show will go on. He didn’t mention details about it yet, but in one video On the DPReview channel, Niccolls advises those interested to monitor the social media accounts of both for more news.

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