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Camera Articles for October of 2012Below are the 15 Camera articles for October of 2012
Adobe has released version 11 of its Elements photo and video editing suite for Mac and Windows, featuring cool new tools plus a simplified UI. Here's our full review!
Eye-Fi introduced an all new 16GB SD card today, which manages to double the storage of the old model and pack in geotagging, and a Wi-Fi radio, all in the[...]
Olympus has released a new firmware update for the Olympus OM-D E-M5. What improvements will this Firmware Version 1.5 add to the OM-D?
GoPro has been making waves in recent months for their remarkably rugged, action-oriented cameras. Popular with helmet-wearing motion enthusiasts, their latest effort is making even serious photographers sit up and[...]
It's the second big exclusive scored by AT&T this month alone - after announcing that the carrier would snag Nokia's new Windows Phone flagship, it's come out that Samsung's quirky[...]
Samsung has jumped into the ILC segment with both feet, & the NX1000 is the result: sort of a Swiss Army knife, this camera has Wi-Fi, filters, stabilizers & so[...]
Designed to record your life with a single 5MP image every 30 seconds, could Memoto be the perfect tool for capturing your day-to-day life?
Here in NYC, as Microsoft prepares to launch Windows 8 on one side of the city, the PhotoPlus Expo 2012 gets underway in another. We've got boots on the ground[...]
New Smart Lighting features yields improved details, more vivid colors; image content analysis coupled with camera calibration pushes image quality further than ever.
Is the world ready for an Android-powered digicam that is just as much smartphone as it is point-and-shoot?
New styles offer endless customization, and a chance to stand out from what is often a bland, boring, all-too-beige crowd.
Compatible with Samsung's complete line-up of NX Series cameras, these lenses provide significant and much-needed new choices.
An engineering student with perhaps a little too much time on his hands recently managed to build his own camera, thanks to a Polaroid back and some plywood.
Phase One recently updated their popular line of photo processing and workflow software, Capture One Pro, to its seventh generation.
Next-generation vibration reduction lets shooters obtain sharp handheld results at 1/8 second at 200mm.