Connected cameras are a growing trend, and Nikon is adding Wi-Fi features to a number of new Coolpix models announced today.
Two new X-series cameras from Fujifilm have very fast autofocus speeds, brand-new sensors, and retro-looking bodies.
Canon's latest Wi-Fi-enabled PowerShot camera is also its smallest, by a long shot.
If you're plagued with super-fumbly hands, Olympus may have you covered with two new Stylus point-and-shoot announcements from CES 2013.
The company announced two new additions to its Nikon 1 series and two new Nikon 1 lenses Monday at CES 2013, including its smallest mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera to date.
Sony's new camcorders get steadier; some are able to be used as a pass-through projections for HDMI connected devices.
If you buy a Samsung point-and-shoot camera from here on in, it's likely to have built-in Wi-Fi capabilities.
Samsung's mirrorless NX300 offers a hybrid contrast-/phase-detection AF system, dual-band Wi-Fi, and compatibility with a unique 2D/3D prime lens.
With an F1.8 lens, a fairly big sensor, unique zoom-lens controls, and a faux leather cover, the Fujifilm XF1 is looking to turn heads on the premium compact scene.
The Nikon vs. Canon battle continues, this time on the semi-affordable full-frame DSLR front. The new EOS 6D packs a full-frame sensor and Wi-Fi features into a fairly small body.
Senior editor Tim Moynihan rounds up five popular apps for shooting, editing, and adding effects to video on your iPhone.
Over at TechHive, Tim Moynihan picks the free iPhone photo apps that can enhance your picture-snapping experience.
If you want a camera that’s easier to carry around than a DSLR but offers better image quality and more-granular controls than a smartphone or basic camera, a premium point-and-shoot fits the bill.
Kodak Gallery customers will have their photos transferred on July 2 to a free Shutterfly account. That transition won't require much input from Kodak Gallery customers, but there are a few features you should take advantage of before there's no turning back. Our colleagues at TechHive show you how.
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