Lightroom fans have an update coming their way. Lightroom 4 makes its debut today, first as a public Beta for crowd-sourced testing.
GadgetTrak's new security service will search photos uploaded to sharing websites for a stolen camera's serial number.
Adobe releases updates for Lightroom and Camera Raw today, adding RAW file support for several new cameras.
Tamron announces today the 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Di III VC lens for the Sony NEX system. This E-mount zoom lens will cover a range equivalent to 27-300mm mounted to a Sony mirrorless camera.
Nikon announces a new flagship Speedlight flash unit, the SB-910.
PhotoPlus Expo wrapped up over the weekend and we're recapping the show with a look at new bags from Lowepro, a peek at some new Zeiss glass and a brief hands-on with the new wireless Panasonic Lumix X90. Join us, won't you?
We've already covered some of the latest camera technology on the show floor. Today, we're looking at some of the tools available to help photographers once the image has been captured. Photos need to be processed, stored, printed and shared. Here are some of the PPE exhibitors who want to make that happen.
Carousel became available for iOS devices on Thursday, after two of our reviewers got a chance to "kick the tires" on Adobe's cross-platform photo sharing service. Android and Windows are next. Read the hands-on preview.
GoPro, maker of rugged wearable and gear mountable cameras, has announced the release of its new HD Hero2 camera.
Looking for a little more security for your gear? Gary Fong's GearGuard products are now available as kits.
Benro announces the availability of a new tripod kit designed for videographers.
Nik Software, the producer of the Snapseed app for iPad, has introduced a universal version that runs on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
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