Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for August 2014. 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 August of 2014Below are the 22 Camera articles for August of 2014
Never mind lights and camera. Sony is yelling "ACTION" with its latest line of action cams for videographers of a more agile bent.
Bigfoot hunters and bird photographers of all budgets take note: Canon has announced the release of two new products in its line of super-zoom compact cameras aimed at both entry-level[...]
The newly announced Pentax Q-S1 digital camera from Ricoh Imaging occupies the space where intermediate-level functionality and fashion merge.
Why didn't I think of that? It's a DSLR lens cleaner that vacuums out dust particles.
Mac-based digital photographers running OS X Mavericks have just received an early Christmas present from Apple.
Microsoft researchers have made leaps and bounds in their efforts to rid the world of jerky, unwatchable time-lapse video shot on GoPro and other head-mounted recorders.
There are hundreds of photo apps for Android and iOS. DigitalCameraReview combs through the App Store and Google Play to find the best. This week: Photo Editor by Axiem Systems.
With the impending release of its new Cube camera, Polaroid is looking to win the award for cutest action camera with the Cube.
You may think your camera is fast, but prepare for some serious shutter envy.
There are disposable cameras, and there are cameras that record their very own destruction for the world to see.
BoothPic - Best Photo Editor can add a dash of creativity to everyday snapshots.
Can compact mirrorless cameras get any better? Sony seems to think so as it has just released the latest in its gradually evolving line of compact mirrorless cameras. Call it[...]
In response to the apparent demand for more selfie-enabling tools, Sony is reportedly planning the release of a line of selfie cams made in the shape of perfume bottles.
In Google's ongoing efforts to prove it plays well with others, its once-exclusive "Photo Sphere" app has officially hit the iOS market.
Google Camera could make taking pictures on your phone fun again.
Ever wonder what a dog sees? GoPro has a mount for that.
German manufacturer Leica is giving its retro rangefinder cameras a makeover, ditching the classic red dot logo but sticking with the 50s-era aesthetics of its M series digital shooters.
Casio's Exilim EX-FR10 lets adventurers take selfies anywhere.
The Fujifilm X30, successor to the X20, is the latest iteration of the X-series compact camera, and it includes a Real Time Viewfinder Fujifilm calls "the largest, brightest, fastest and[...]
Instagram videos just got a much needed quality infusion thanks to Hyperlapse, an app that should make amateur-shot short form vids more viewable.
Packaging advanced DSLR features into a compact, user-friendly interface, the new Pentax K-S1 looks like a marriage between camera and smartphone that could appeal to photographers of a variety of[...]
Originally only available on Android, Google's Photo Sphere now allows iOS users to see what all the fuss is about, in stunningly immersive, 360-degree clarity.