photography

Panasonic ZS50, ZS45, and SZ10 are everyday compact cameras

Panasonic ZS50, ZS45, and SZ10 are everyday compact cameras

Panasonic has been busy introducing new products today, and among them are three new compact digital cameras: the ZS50, ZS45, and the SZ10, all of which are slim offerings designed to be used in a variety of situations -- essentially, they are everyday cameras. Despite their small sizes, the maker has made some big promises, and most notably has included some generally atypical features like a hinged LCD display for enhanced use, wireless connectivity (including NFC on certain models), and more.

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Ricoh to launch DSLR with APS-C sensor this Spring

Ricoh to launch DSLR with APS-C sensor this Spring

Ricoh plans to show off a modest array of new photography products at CES 2015 this week, and among them will be a new DSLR camera which is yet to be named. The camera will be a lens-interchangeable K-mount DSLR, according to the maker, with a APS-C-size CMOS sensor and an estimated launch date some time this upcoming spring. The camera will be joined by some photography accessories, as well, rounding out its early 2015 offerings with a nice array of new products for brand faithfuls.

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Canon VIXIA HF R-Series camcorders arrive in March

Canon VIXIA HF R-Series camcorders arrive in March

Printers, PowerShot cameras, and a content hub -- all parts of Canon's CES 2015 offerings, and joining them are a trio of new VIXIA HR R-series camcorders, all of them similar in design but with their own unique flavors. There are several enhancements on board for this product line up, and among them is the promise of excellent low-light performance alongside the new high 57x zoom (all three models). Two of the models in particular also bring with them NFC and WiFi.

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Canon PowerShot line scores five new cameras

Canon PowerShot line scores five new cameras

In addition to its new Connect Station and some other products it has introduced during this CES 2015, Canon has added five new cameras to its PowerShot product lineup, with the new devices ranging from slim pocket-friendly compact cameras to somewhat larger offerings for those with more demands. The new models are comprised of the PowerShot ELPH 160, the ELPH 170 IS, the SX530 HS, the SX610 HS, and the SX710 HS, and they'll all be arriving next month at different price points.

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Canon Connect Station CS100 hands-on

Canon Connect Station CS100 hands-on

Canon has rolled out a new hub specifically for the photographers among us, and it is called the Connect Station CS100. With this device, users can store their photographs and videos from multiple devices using NFC and WiFi. This gives photographers a way to quickly offload the content from the camera to a central hub device, where the images and videos can later be accessed or showcased on a connected television/monitor. The Connect Station isn't available yet, but we've all the details on it after the jump!

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Nikon looking into odd flare issue plaguing D750 owners

Nikon looking into odd flare issue plaguing D750 owners

We do not often see any large issues with cameras that prompt statements from their makers, but every so often one will crop up, such as the skin irritation issues Canon addressed about a year ago. Fast forward, and now Nikon has issued its own statement to device owners, with the company saying it is going to look into problems D750 users have experienced when taking images, which are essentially tarnished with a dark "band" that is streaked across the tops of photos.

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CamsFormer high-speed camera trigger features motorized 3-axis motion control

CamsFormer high-speed camera trigger features motorized 3-axis motion control

Photographers that like to take images of subjects that require fast activation of the shutter to get the picture may have worked with a high-speed camera trigger before. A new camera trigger has debuted that claims to be a world's first. It is called the CamsFormer and it has a bunch of features that users will enjoy including a high-speed trigger, sensors, wireless control, remote live view, pan, tilt, and zoom.

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Kodak bringing new Android-powered devices to CES

Kodak bringing new Android-powered devices to CES

Kodak is coming to CES, but not as you might expect. The company will likely be talking up a new photographic endeavor, but it won’t be film. This year, Kodak is set to unveil a lineup of Android-powered mobile devices which offer “best in class image management software and features”. These smartphones and tablets are going to be photo-centric, offering a specific image capturing and management features. If your thing is mobile photography, Kodak is lining up their stars just for you.

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NASA’s NuSTAR takes single massive photo of our sun

NASA’s NuSTAR takes single massive photo of our sun

NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR for short, has taken its first photo of our solar system's Sun. This image is the "most sensitive solar portrait ever taken in high-energy X-rays" according to NASA, and you'll be able to view it in full glory right this minute. This first image - of many, hopefully - covers "the west limb of the sun" and it's been caught by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) - and it's primed and ready to be a wallpaper on your device, of course.

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Facebook Stickered app arrives on iOS

Facebook Stickered app arrives on iOS

On Friday, Facebook introduced its bizarre photo-defacing "Stickered" app, giving the social network's users a way to plaster their digital images with digital stickers before sharing them with friends. A short while after announcing the app, it arrived on Google Play for Android users to enjoy, but was no where to be seen for iOS users. That changed yesterday, with Facebook dropping the Apple version on iTunes; users will need to be running at least iOS 8 to use it.

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