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The G12 delivers excellent image and video quality; and it backs up its manual controls with fun scene modes, an optical viewfinder, and a tilt-and-swivel LCD screen.
Falling into line just above Nikon’s entry-level D3000 DSLR, the new D3100 has some fresh features that make it an attractive DLSR option for photographers who are just starting out.
The Lumix LX5 isn't the most novice-friendly camera, but it offers an insane amount of power for a fixed-lens camera when you dig into its manual controls.
JVC Professional on Monday introduced the GY-HM750U ProHD compact shoulder-mount camcorder.
A major new update to Sort Shots gives the iPad app the ability to use existing metadata and EXIF tags -- a feature iPad-owning photographers have long been clamoring for.
The Samsung TL500 has some drool-worthy specs and shoots great photos, but it stumbles on usability and video quality.
Ricoh has just announced the launch of its new CX5 compact camera, which replaces the CX4.
Upload your best shots from the show floor to Macworld's new Flickr group.
The latest version of the OS X media browser, available exclusively through the Mac App Store, adds a new searchable Flickr browser and sports a redesigned architecture that should boost the application's responsiveness.
This app, which organizes Flickr photostreams into browsable arrangements by time and space, provides a perfect interface for interacting with the photo-sharing service on an iPad.
Learn how to get the most from your camera's built-in flash--and know when it's time to use an external flash.
Firmware is the operation system for a camera, and it controls its sensor, LCD screen, lens, buffer, and autofocus. Updating to the latest version of firmware can fix bugs and add fun new features to a digital camera.
Nik Software will release Silver Efex Pro 2 on February 1. The upgrade to its plug-in for creating black-and-white images using Photoshop, Aperture and Lightroom introduces new features that offer more control over detail, contrast, and tonality.
This hybrid app delivers impressive-looking photos to whatever iOS device you happen to use. But the overall user experience needs some improvement to differentiate it from what you can get on the Web for free.
The E-5 is a solid if somewhat underwhelming DSLR for existing Olympus kit owners.