Our smartphones boast some pretty impressive cameras, but they're far from perfect -- especially where zoom is concerned. But, instead of forcing yourself to lug around a beefy DSLR for those long-range shots, you can improve your phone's zoom potential with the 8x Telephoto Smartphone Lens. More »
Also known as the Canon SL1, the EOS100D is Canon’s smallest ever DSLR. It’s even smaller and lighter than the EOS 1300D (Rebel T6). It’s been out for about four years now, and shares features similar to the EOS 700D (Rebel T5i). It’s been largely ignored, though, as a “beginner camera”. Show More Summary
What is a double exposure effect? In days of yore, back when DSLR cameras were SLR, a roll of film was inserted in the back of your camera to give you 24 or 36 exposures. A double exposure was created in-camera by taking two different photos on the same frame of film. Show More Summary
According to the source of Nikon Rumors, Tamron is about to announce a new lens. It will be an 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD, a zoom lens designed for APS-C DSLR bodies. Going from a wide angle to a telephoto zoom, this will be a lens that gives you a variety of possibilities. Show More Summary
Let's face it: no one's lugging around a DSLR anymore — at least not for the type of everyday photography that smartphones have popularized to extremes. When you think of taking a photo now, you likely automatically reach for your phone, and many phones have better cameras than a lot of point-and-shoot models. Show More Summary
The Anker PowerCore battery My wife and I were recently in Italy for vacation and we took a lot of photos. I took well over 3,000 photos with my Canon DSLR (and a few with my iPhone) and my wife took about 1,500 photos with her iPhone. Show More Summary
Become a pro-vlogger with your phone! Your iPhone is as good as a DSLR, and in time it may just overtake it, so why don’t you just use your iPhone as a...
You Shot That With Your iPhone? with Kalebra Kelby Learn how to create DSLR quality photos with your iPhone! Join Kalebra Kelby as she shares what she’s learned from 10 years of shooting exclusively with her trusty iPhone. No matterShow More Summary
I remember how excited I was to get my first DSLR several years ago. My wife and I had a newborn and wanted to get better shots of our little baby than what a pocket camera could provide. So we soon found ourselves with a new-to-us Nikon...Show More Summary
Life-size models of shoes, cameras, hats and a bag, all cast in concrete. You can use them as planters, organizers or as decorative pieces. The camera comes in SLR and DSLR, while the hat comes in a bowler hat and a top hat.
If you’re looking for the best vlogging setup, the options are many. It may not be easy to bring together the ease of operation, image and sound quality, versatility and the price. But Caleb Pike from DSLR Video Shooter proposes a solution that you could embrace. Show More Summary
Want better smartphone pictures without the weight and cost of a DSLR? Turn your phone into a powerful camera with Snap!7 iPhone Camera Cases with HD Wide Angle Lens. It's yours for just $139.99. The Snap!7 is designed to transform your iPhone camera into a fully-featured, richer, and more traditional photography experience. Show More Summary
No camera or lens is perfect. Whether you’re using a smartphone or a high-end DSLR, they all have their own quirks and limitations. Fortunately, you don’t have to live with them. In this guide, we’ll take a look at some of the most common camera problems, including: Dust on the sensor. Show More Summary
While many cell phone cameras feature high megapixel counts, standalone cameras offer better picture quality. Even a small zoom greatly degrades image quality in a cell phone camera. Although DSLR cameras deliver maximum quality and support multiple lenses, certain scenarios are better suited to point and shoot cameras. Show More Summary
High ISO performance has become the new megapixel wars. Everybody wants cameras that can see in the dark, and they want them to be able to do it at ISO100 quality. There are a number of DSLRs and mirrorless camears out there with very good low light performance. Show More Summary
It’s 2017… why on Earth isn’t wireless connectivity built into everything electronic at this point? If you have a DSLR (or any other digital camera) that doesn’t have built-in Wi-Fi, moving photos from your shooter to your computer or smartphone can be a serious pain in the butt. Show More Summary
So much more than just a camera remote control. Arsenal uses thousands of reference photos and its onboard sensors to automatically adjust your DSLR or mirrorless camera’s settings and help you get a great shot. You can of course tweak its settings on its app.
The company also delivers its first fisheye zoom and a new pro prime.
Over the past few days, cash back at Dell has climbed to the highest in memory — certainly the highest in the past 15 months — and has now reached 20% cash back through BeFrugal (or 19% cash back through TopCashBack). This produces significant savings on a number of items across the site. Show More Summary
The number of settings on a high-end DSLR or mirrorless camera can be truly overwhelming, even for experienced photographers. That's why Montana-based software developer Ryan Stout created the Arsenal. It's an electronic module thatShow More Summary