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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.
The Casio Tryx camera has an innovative, twistable design, along with super-high-speed video capture mode, an extremely wide-angle lens, and some cool in-camera tricks for capturing hands-free shots and artistic-looking stills.
The easy to use olloclip clip-on lens makes it possible to take macro, fisheye, and wide-angle shots on an iPhone 4.
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Photo-sharing app Instagram can now boast 150,000,000 shared images and 7 million users.
For the latest Macworld photo contest we asked you to get closer than usual to your subject of choice, and then send in your best macro shots. Here are the winners of the contest along with some of our favorite entries.
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