Posted August 16, 2018 06:22:15Holson is a leading manufacturer of quality photo-and-video equipment, products and accessories, and the world’s leading photographer and creator of Holson products.
Holson Photo & Video, a subsidiary of Holsey Companies, owns more than 3,000 cameras and video equipment, as well as many other products, including a range of products to enable photographers to work in close proximity to one another, such as camera phones, and in outdoor settings such as hiking, fishing, hunting and camping.
Holsey’s business is based in the UK and the United States.
The company has been the world leader in photography products and the photographer for over a century, and is currently one of the world leaders in video products, with over 40 years of experience in producing products that allow photographers to capture their work in extraordinary locations.
The company has long been an active leader in the video camera market, which is currently dominated by camera phones and other high-end consumer-grade devices.
In 2018, the company announced that it was expanding its video products lineup to include the Holson Holstar Series and the Holston Holstar HD.
The first Holson Video HD cameras were launched in January 2020, and were released in April 2021.
In 2021, the Holmans new series of video cameras, the Canon EF-S100mm f/2.8 USM, were released.
In 2022, Holson introduced a new series, the Nikon SB-V600, and began offering its SB-X100 and SB-M100 cameras in 2019.
In 2017, Holsey announced that the company had signed an agreement to partner with Apple for its cameras and cameras-enabled products.
In January 2018, Holston announced that they were also collaborating with Canon for its full line of Canon-branded camera products, as part of the Holsey collaboration.
In May 2018, Canon announced that its new range of consumer-level video cameras would be released in 2019, and Holson began shipping the SB-D100.
In 2019, Holstons new series began shipping.
In 2018, there were about 60 Holson brands in operation worldwide, including more than 100 in the United Kingdom, more than 50 in Australia and New Zealand, and more than 20 in South Africa.
Holston also sells video cameras-branded products in the US, Australia, Canada, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa.
In 2016, Holts products were among the first to offer a camera-enabled digital camera system with the Holman SB-H2 system, which has become the world standard for videography.
In 2019, the UK-based Holsey Group signed an additional deal with Canon, under which Holson would offer a range-wide partnership of its SB and SB+ cameras with Canon.
In October 2018, it announced the acquisition of Canon’s brand and technology for its video camera line, including the SB camera line and SB camera system.
In 2016, the first Holsey video camera was launched, the SB200, and became the first full-frame full-size video camera to be introduced.
Holston introduced SB400 in May 2019.
Holsey introduced SB800 in October 2019, SB900 in December 2019 and SB1000 in March 2020.
In 2020, Holseys SB camera systems were also the first in the world to be sold with a Canon EF lens, and with a new Canon lens design called the SB100.
Holson SB100 and its SB200 series are the first products in Holseys full line to offer the new Canon EF 100mm f2.0 Lens.
Holons SB200 and SB300 series are currently the only SB camera series in the Canon family to offer lenses with a lens of this size.
In 2020, the new Holsey SB series launched with an all-new design with a wide-angle EF 100-300mm f4-5.6 lens, with the addition of a new SB-E50, SB-G10 and SB100 series.
In November 2020, a new Holson HD series, SB500, launched, which replaced SB400 and SB800.
In December 2020, two new Holstoons SB series, The SB400, SB200 HD, SB300, SB1000, SB1100, SB1210, SB1510 and the SB1610 were announced.
In June 2020, there was also a new model of the SB line, SB20, with an f/4.5 lens and a f/1.8 lens.
Holston SB-L10 in September 2020, SB2000 in October 2020 and SB3000 in November 2020 were launched, and two new series launched: SB400L10 and The SB500L10, in December 2020.
In March 2021, Holley announced that Holson’s SB-B10, with a f1.4 lens, would become the first camera in the Holsons line to feature a f4.6