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The Nikon Coolpix S9100 is the rare beast that will please both novices and experienced shooters, even with its lack of manual controls. Thanks to its great image quality and creative modes, practically anyone will find this camera a pleasure to use.
Sony is delaying the launch of its 3D Handycam video camera by roughly a month due to difficulty securing parts following the March 11 earthquake in Japan.
The long-zoom, GPS-enabled Lumix ZS10 is a nice compact camera for travelers, but it suffers from indifferent image quality and mediocre battery life.
JVC Professional has introduced its first 3D ProHD camcorder, the GY-HMZ1, at the NAB 2011 trade show in Las Vegas.
If you're looking for a digital SLR camera that won't break the bank, these models provide great image quality and decent features for less than $1000. They're perfect for beginners, but also a good option for more advanced photographers who want a second body.
These in-camera tools can minimize a subject's faults, exaggerate them, or take you on a weird trip to a distorted destination.
Fujifilm has unveiled its new fully-loaded FinePix Z900 EXR point-and-shoot camera featuring a 16-megapixel, backside-illuminated CMOS sensor that is especially sensitive to light.
A new photography project creates light paintings with a MacBook Pro, a Hasselblad H2 camera, and 1,871 photographed cross sections of an executed murderer's cadaver.
The new D5100 DSLR from Nikon is packed with features for shooting movies, including an adjustable LCD screen and continuous auto-focus in movie mode.
If you're looking for a small, lightweight, inexpensive starter camera, then the Pentax K-r is a great choice. With its huge array of features and nice image quality, it might end up being the only SLR you never need.
The NX100 is an innovative little camera, designed to lure compact shooters up to a larger sensor compact interchangeable lens (CILC) system. It has decent image quality and a large APS-C sensor, but is lacking a few key features, such as an integrated flash.
Whether you want to capture footage of the perfect motorcycle jump or a peaceful underwater scene, we have a camera or an accessory that can make it happen.
Flare offers a simple, iPhone-inspired interface that makes it easy for novice photo editors to add fun, stylized color effects and borders without requiring a trip to a more complicated program like Photoshop.
These cameras that resemble gum packages, shavers, and even hand-held vacuums make spying all too easy.
The latest Aperture 3 update addresses iPhoto importing issues, as well as library and adjustment bugs.