Premium end compact camera with larger than average sensor is a fit for the pocket.
The FinePix is considered a "bridge" camera, one that bridges the gap between point-and-shoot and DLSR cameras.
It looks like a DLSR—and costs about as much as one—but the DSC-RX10 has a built-in lens.
If you want a smaller camera that's easier to carry than a DSLR—but you don't want to sacrifice the control options—take a look at the Powershot G16.
NIkon's durable and versatile camera can take a licking and keep on clicking.
Panasonic’s smallest interchangeable lens boasts a 16 megapixel Live MOS sensor.
The latest Lytro camera looks like a DSLR and costs a cool $1600.
Drop this card into your DSLR camera, and use your phone or tablet's Internet connection to move photos from the card to the cloud. Cool service, though it will cost you.
Equipment makers such as Cisco, Sony, Red Digital Cinema, and Panasonic are opening the door for live broadcasts.
If you haven’t yet played around with Apple’s slo-mo feature on the iPhone 5s, now’s a perfect time to start. Here’s how to shoot slo-mo video, preview it on your own device, and share it with others.