Samyang is showing a prototype of a 10mm f/2.8 lens for DSLR cameras that use APS-C and DX "crop" sensors. That's equivalent to a 15mm or 16mm lens on a full-frame DSLR.
Mobile technology case maker Brenthaven is making its first foray into the photography market with its BX2 collection of shoulder bags, backpacks, and messenger bags designed to accommodate both laptops and DSLR camera gear.
For photo editing, PaintShop Pro X5 brings new features such as Google Maps-enabled photo mapping, vacation trip sharing, and greater social media connectivity.
Some of us are blessed with good photography workflow habits. Some of us need a little help. The good people at Wolverine make backing up your photos one step easier with an all-in-one card reader/storage device. Is it the single device you need to keep your workflow working?
Our sister site PrinterComparison.com has a fresh review of the Canon Pixma Pro-1. See what we thought of the biggest, meanest Pixma printer in Canon's lineup.
Nikon adds two new zoom lenses to its Nikkor portfolio today, the AF-S DX 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR and AF-S 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR.
The Panasonic VW-CLT2 offers users a means to add 3D video capabilities to their camcorders, but is it a graceful solution, and does video quality hit the mark? Take a look at our review.
After some anticipation, the M-mount adapter for the Fujifilm X-Pro1 is confirmed.
Panasonic expands its Micro Four Thirds lens collection today by adding the Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm F2.8 zoom.
Leica unveiled a full slate of new products this week, including five S-lenses, M Monochrom black-and-white camera and Leica X2 compact camera.
To keep pace with larger and higher-resolution monitors, photo sharing site flickr has enabled two new image display sizes.
Adobe's Camera Raw 6.7 plug-in is out of beta and ready for download.
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