For the last couple of decades, there's been an elephant in the digital darkroom. A jointannouncement today from two of Japan's largest consumer electronics manufacturers — Sony and Panasonic — suggests that its days may finally be numbered, as the two companies work to create a more viable, long-term archival storage medium.

It has the potential to be huge news. Digital cameras and optics these days are better than ever, providing excellent image quality at very affordable prices. There's a multitude of camera form factors to choose from, and…

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