Offering four times the image information of high-definition video, this holiday season saw a big push for consumer-level 4K televisions from companies like Panasonic and Sony.
Many photographers are starting to take notice of the trend toward smaller, simpler, interchangeable-lens systems sparked by mirrorless cameras, and are downsizing their systems for much of their work.
Things are getting interesting with wearable, mountable point-of-view action cameras.
The optical low-pass filter (OLPF), also known as an anti-aliasing or blur filter, has been in the photo news a lot lately.
Whether you're looking to keep your fan base updated from the road or to access images and portfolios from the cloud, camera manufacturers are fighting back by adding wireless technologies directly into cameras.
DSLRs use quick phase-detection auto-focusing for viewfinder (non-live view) shooting.
Smallest, DSLR over $1000, mirrorless, fixed-lens, best sensor rating, highest resolution, innovation, under $1000
Full-frame DSLRs are hot! The reasons?
Everywhere you look, people are snapping photos and shooting videos with their smartphones, iPads and Android tablets.
Phase-detection AF, used in DSLRs for non-live-view shooting, is quick and very good at tracking moving subjects.
For many photo opportunities, compact "superzoom" cameras are the perfect blend of size and performance, combining DSLR features with a versatile, big-range zoom lens. ...
Canon has long produced two versions of its flagship EOS-1-series pro DSLRs: an EOS-1 model with an APS-H (1.3x crop) sensor and high frame rate, and a high-megapixel, full-frame model with even better image quality.
Digital technology hasn't only transformed the way we take photographs, but also created an explosion of camera options.
Want to capture high-quality video of the action—and still be a part of it?
The new DMC-GF5 is the latest in a long line of Panasonic's Micro Four Thirds System mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras.
Olympus has a thing for classic cameras, and we like it.
We'll look closely at what distinguishes the most expensive DSLRs, but keep in mind that the higher-end DSLRs aren't always the best choices, even for those who can afford them.
Pentax's first mirrorless, interchangeable-lens camera was the Q, the smallest mirrorless model, due in large part to its compact-camera-size backlit CMOS sensor. ...
This relatively low-cost Translucent Mirror camera can shoot 16-megapixel images at 10 fps and 8.4-megapixel images at 12 fps—all with full-time phase-detection continuous AF.
Fujifilm caught a lot of attention last year when they introduced the X100, a stylish, "retro" compact digital camera with a big APS-C image sensor and a built-in 23mm lens.
Nikon's full-frame D800 offers a great mix of image quality (even at high ISO settings), AF performance, ruggedness and price.
The EOS 5D Mark III's new 22.3-megapixel Canon full-frame CMOS sensor provides more pixels than any other Canon DSLR, yet offers a good balance between resolution, high-ISO performance and shooting speed.
There's no question that mirrorless, interchangeable-lens cameras are increasingly popular—more mirrorless models were introduced last year than traditional DSLRs.
If you use an interchangeable-lens camera, a simple accessory can broaden your creative possibilities. If you use an...
The concept behind the popular mirrorless, interchangeable-lens cameras was to create a truly compact camera that could produce DSLR image quality.
Winter provides some great photo ops, but also some problems for the unwary photographer.
For many years, the two most popular types of digital cameras have been compact models and digital SLRs. Each offers advantages over the other.