Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for May 2013. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search
Camera Articles for May of 2013Below are the 31 Camera articles for May of 2013
Samsung is announcing the brand new NX2000 - an ILC with a 20.3 MP sensor, Wi-Fi and a huge 3.7-inch LCD.
Sigma's newest lens for Micro Four Thirds and E-Mount systems will be available mid-May for the respectable price of $239.
A new series of lenses are now available for the Sony NEX and Fuji X camera systems: 12mm f2.8 and 32mm f1.8. Soon to follow is a 50mm f2.8.
Adobe plans to release iOS Lightoom app that uses cloud computing to edit RAW files.
Looking for a fun iPhone/iPad photo app? FocusTwist allows users to create a light field image for a fraction of the cost of a Lytro camera.
The Sony RX1 has a full frame sensor and some amazing image quality. But will that be enough to justify the $2800 price tag?
DigitalCameraReview.com is here at the Big Photo Show in LA to check out the companies, products and cameras on display at this event.
New wireless device called the Camnexus will wirelessly transfer images to tablet or laptop.
Adobe presents Adobe Max in Los Angeles, California. At this event they are joining creative experts with those that have a desire to learn.
Two of Sigma's lenses have been recognized by the Technical Image Press Association as award winners.
Adobe has announced it will move its entire Creative Suite offerings to the cloud, but integrating it with the existing Creative Cloud service.
Vanguard received the Best Tripod 2013 and the Best Photo Bag 2013 awards from the Technical Image Press Association.
Love your Olloclip, but hate removing your case every time you want to use it? Check out their solution -- at a discounted price.
The Nikon 1 S1 is the little brother of the Nikon 1 J3. It has a 10.1 MP sensor, 11-27.5 mm kits lens, and lacks some key features.
While the initial excitement surrounding the 24 megapixel RX1’s launch was based mostly on the fact that its compact body is built around a full-frame sensor, enthusiasm and respect, for[...]
The 1 S1 looks much like the 1 J3 and has many similar features. Among the features in common are CMOS CX sensors measuring 13.2 x 8.8mm (with a 2.7[...]
The Sigma DP3 Merrill camera shares an almost identical spec sheet with the DP1 Merrill and the DP2 Merrill sans the large 50mm f/2.8 lens protruding from the front of[...]
The Sony A99 is the latest DSLR from Sony, and in many ways it is one of their most aggressively marketed to date. The camera features a full frame sensor[...]
Today Olympus announced the addition of the E-P5 to their current lineup of Pen cameras. It has a great feature set, but lacks a built-in viewfinder.
Today Carson Optical Inc. introduced the LensMag ML-515, a high powered magnifier for you iPhone 5 that produces intense macro images.
The Olympus 75mm f/1.8 lens is a hefty lens with pretty amazing optics. It's not cheap, but it could be a great addition to your bag.
Nikon has announced the 1 NIKKOR 32mm f/1.2 lens, the latest in the 1 NIKKOR line.
The Canon SX280 HS is shaping up to be a very nice point and shoot camera. Check out our outdoor images in this preview.
Say goodbye to the V-series cameras by Olympus.
After spending a few weeks with the Nikon D5200 we decided it is a pretty good entry-level DSLR camera with some impressive specs.
The Canon S110 may be little, but this 12 MP compact camera can pack a powerful punch. Here's our first look at the Canon S110.
The announcement of the Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 lens stirred up quite a reaction. Want to know how it performs? We have your preview here.
DCR is introducing a new series called Friday Photo Tips. This series is designed to help inspire and teach you photography skills.
Taking macro images with your iPhone 5 has never been easier, quicker or less expensive. Check out our review of the LensMag here.
We decided to start off this series with a different vantage point than one generally does when taking pictures...from the ground up.
The versatility of tablets allows small-business owners to perform many important tasks easily from a single device. Read on for more info.