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When we took a look at Nikon's new D90 mid-level DSLR a few months back, we were impressed. Clearly we weren't the only ones.
We reported on improvements to Imagenomic's popular Portraiture plug-in on display at PhotoPlus a few months back. The new version of the so
Canon is bringing a new large-format printer to market: the 24-inch Canon imagePROGRAF iPF6000S.
Western Digital announced its ShareSpace 4 TB network storage system this morning. We have an in-depth look at this photographer friendly im
Samsung is making a strong bid to be taken seriously in the high-performance compact segment with their announcement of the 10x zoom Samsung
At a press briefing this morning, Olympus unveiled its Micro Four Thirds concept camera. Fans of retro-rangefinder styling will be pleased w
Photokina, the world's largest imaging industry trade show, is less than a week away! Everything you need to know about what's new can be fo
Round Up: Lumix G1 gets it right 9/14/2008
Panasonic created a stir Friday, launching the Lumix G1 - first actual camera to make use of the recently unveiled Micro Four Thirds format.
Panasonic has unveiled the Lumix G1, the "world's smallest" interchangeable lens digicam. DSLR image quality with point-and-shoot usability?
Sony's latest touch screen ultracompact, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T500, takes aim at sophisticated shooters seeking high-quality video captur
Third-party wireless image transfer solution manufacturer Eye-Fi has collaborated with Nikon to bring semi-integrated Wi-Fi image uploading
Canon targets "tweens" with PowerShot E1 8/26/2008
The Canon PowerShot E1 is a 10 megapixel compact aimed at capturing the interest of younger shooters seeking a fun, colorful, high-spec came
Microsoft's long-promised 3D, 360-degree image rendering technology became reality yesterday with the official launch of its Photosynth tech
Imaging software developers Vertus and Imagenomic have teamed up to offer significant savings on a bundle of their most popular professional
Wireless SD card maker Eye-Fi has partnered with photo sharing service SmugMug to provide geotagging as well as a year of free Wayport hotsp
Flickr updates geotagging functions 8/12/2008
Photo sharing site Flickr has simplified adding geographic information to uploaded images, according to information published on Photography
Canon has added to its Pixma multifunction printer/scanner all-in-ones today with the official launch of the Pixma MP480 and Pixma MP190.
As of August 1, National Geographic magazine has opened its International Photography Contest 2008 for submissions.
If you're a working photographer who does lots of on-location shooting - or if you're just looking to add to your list of dream photo gadget
With all of the odd camera news that's come floating across my desk in the last few days, it's felt a bit like "cameras in strange places" w
When it comes to backing up your photos on the road, there's a new game in town: the Digital Foci Photo Safe II.
GE G2 Review 7/3/2008
GE has struggled to establish a unique identity in the digicam market. Does the new GE G2 ultracompact have the potential to be the maker's
NewerTech has launched an external storage solution sporting mirrored 300 GB, 10,000 RPM Western Digital VelociRaptor drives - the Guardian
Round Up: Finally, I get it! 6/22/2008
Consumer DSLRs have threatened to make ultrazooms obsolete for years, but before you write them off maybe it's time to give long-zoom camera
The latest version of Mozilla's popular browser adds color management tools for accurately viewing web images with embedded ICC profiles.
New Nikon full-frame DSLR images leaked? 6/11/2008
This one's stretching the limits of plausibility, but stranger things have happened: images of an alleged mid-level, full-frame DSLR - the N
Alien Skin's Image Doctor 2 is a set of five plug-in filters designed to speed up the process and improve results when taking on common imag
It's seemed to me lately that getting huge amounts of performance for little money in the entry-level DSLR market is getting easier than eve
If you closely follow camera reviews on the web, you probably already know that the folks over at DPReview published their much-anticipated
Round Up: Change is in the air at DCR 5/21/2008
Some interesting stuff is on the way for DCR readers, not the least of which is our new Round Up editorial column covering a variety of topi
In Color Management, Part I we dissected basic concepts of color management as they relate to profiling and calibrating displays. It's a new
We Want to Get to Know You Better! 4/24/2008
We're always looking to get to know you better and to improve DigitalCameraReview.com, so we would appreciate your time to complete a relati
Bling! It Image Editing Software Review 4/10/2008
We spend a lot of time as reviewers talking about issues that matter to people interested in photography as a hobby or, to a lesser extent,
If you've been scared off of color management in the past by the mystique that surrounds it, fear not. With the current crop of hardware and
High dynamic range, or HDR, photography has been generating a lot of interest lately, with photographers from pros to novices latching on to
Just a reminder that voting in DigitalCameraReview.com's Point-and-Shoot Photo Contest ends tomorrow, February 8, at 5 p.m. EST. We had a to
After a few minutes of hands-on time with both the new Samsung GX-20 and its technological counterpart, the Pentax K20D, it was surprising t
Sony's entry-level S series of compacts received some reworking today with the introduction of the 7.2 megapixel DSC-S750 and 8.1 megapixel
The difficult truth, as any working sports or nature photographer will tell you, is that shooting action photos is equal parts skill and art
Lowepro Voyager C Camera Strap Review 1/14/2008
From an ergonomics standpoint, the most important aspect of any camera kit in my view is often the most overlooked - the strap. In the world
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