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It's that time of the year! Time to celebrate the Moms, Dads and Grads in your life. What better than with the best cameras on the market?
2012 brought us some amazing new cameras. Wi-Fi functionality topped the charts this year as one of the top trending camera functions.
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.
We're bringing back our monthly roundup of the ten most popular digital cameras by taking a look at the most-viewed cameras of June. Find out which ultrazoom took in the most views for the first place slot.
Spring break season is underway, and summer vacations are just around the corner. Whether you're headed to the beach or the ski slopes, now might be a good time to invest in a shockproof, freeze-proof, and waterproof camera. We're taking a head-to-head look at the latest offerings for adventurers and spring breakers.
When we'd had enough of the palm tress, sunshine, and mellow dispositions of the west coast, the DCR team packed up and headed out of Anaheim. We've got some final footage from the show, a look back at some accessories and odds-and-ends we saw, and a few parting thoughts from PMA 2010.
Samsung's announcement of the TL500 and TL350 brings the manufacturer's point and shoot line to a new, enthusiast-focused market. We took a first look at two pre-production samples at the Samsung booth. Read on for initial impressions - and an unannounced guest appearance by the NX K mount adapter in action.
DigitalCameraReview is on the move again, and for a change we're not headed to Vegas. This year, PMA relocates to Anaheim, California from a long run in Sin City. On the heels of many, many compact camera announcements, we're ready to get a first look at some of the latest releases from the likes of Nikon, Panasonic, Sony, Olympus, and Fujifilm.
What once was a trade show concept has become an imaging reality. A couple of years after the launch of the first Micro Four Thirds camera, the Panasonic G1, we're knee-deep in models from Panasonic and Olympus. In this round up, we offer a snapshot view of the current Micro Four Thirds offerings and a head-to-head look at the specs and feature sets of each camera.
If you're on track to become the next YouTube sensation, chances are you're looking for one of the many Flip-esque pocket HD camcorders on the market now. In this guided tour of the current pocket camcorder offerings, we sort out the bloggies from the Xactis and spell out exactly which models have which features.
Camera bag maker Lowepro has introduced several new bags for photographers with different storage needs.
The towering banks of LCDs have come down and the last of the exhibits were packed away at the Las Vegas Convention Center as CES came to a close on Saturday night. We're taking a look back at some of the odds and ends from the show. The Kodak Slice gets some hands-on treatment and we take it slow with the Casio Exilim EX-FH100 in 30 fps mode.
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