Canon India has posted a teaser on its Facebook page showing a 1-series DSLR alongside the words 'Get your camera ready, something BIG is coming'. Being a teaser rather than a leak, the meaning of the post is open to interpretation, although 'get your camera ready' suggests that the new product might be a lens. Show More Summary
People often ask me for tips on taking better photos of their friends and family. After much thought on photography tips that can apply to various experience levels and equipment — from DSLRs to smart phones — I present to you a short...Show More Summary
The Nikon D810 represents a consolidation of its two predecessors, the D800 and D800E. The 36MP full frame DSLR lacks an anti-aliasing filter to make the absolute most of its high resolution sensor and provides a number of meaningful updates over the previous generation. Show More Summary
The Sony SLT-A77 II is that company's latest DSLR using translucent mirror technology. With a 24MP CMOS sensor, it has a newly-designed 79-point AF system and offers 12fps continuous shooting with autofocus. That's all very impressive...Show More Summary
Here’s a neat idea aiming to bridge the gap between older generation technology and today’s ubiquitous touchscreen smartphones. Case Remote is a wireless remote controller for DSLR cameras which links to an Android or iOS smartphone, allowing the camera kit to be controlled via a mobile app. Read More
Many modern digital cameras can be remote controlled via dedicated apps on your smartphone and a Wi-Fi link. Unfortunately this option is not available on older or lower spec models that come without a built-in Wi-Fi module. CASE Remote,...Show More Summary
Ricoh has announced a new 'Prestige' version of its Pentax K-3 DSLR. This special edition camera, which 'commemorates the many awards bestowed upon the K-3' (including from this website), comes in a special gunmetal gray color. The Prestige edition includes a matching battery grip, two batteries, and an 'exclusive' battery strap. Show More Summary
Pentax has released new firmware for its flagship K-3 DSLR, adding a new function - diffraction correction to the lens corrections menu. Firmware v1.10 also improves processing times when Digital Filters and Color Fringe Correction are...Show More Summary
In the Northern Hemisphere summer is finally here and that means it’s the beginning of camping season. It’s time to haul out the tent, the propane stove, the canoe, the bug hat and the DSLR. You visit all these beautiful places, gain...Show More Summary
Be sure to follow 9to5Toys to keep up with the best gear and deals on the web: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. Today’s can’t miss deals: Airport wireless routers (Refurb): Express $60 (Reg. $99 new),...Show More Summary
Instead of an expensive monitor use your Android phone or tablet A little while ago we looked at using an Android phone with a DSLR and how the experience was actually pretty good. Using the Chainfire app with a Canon DSLR opens up a world of possibilities. Show More Summary
Confounded by all the knobs and dials on your DSLR or mirrorless camera? This guide helps you get the most out of your semi-pro shooter.
On July 31, photographers will finally be able to wrap their hands around the Lytro Illum, the world’s first pro-level light field camera. Unlike the DSLRs that everyone is now used to, the Illum lets you create what Lytro calls “living pictures,” derived from the camera’s sensor and lens, specialized software and 3D graphics. Show More Summary
Canon's DSLR is great for advanced consumers as well as pros who want to lighten their loads. These tips will help you get the most out of the camera.
For an hour starting 1 p.m. ET today (July 14), Samsung will give away $250 to those who trade in a qualifying DSLR camera via Amazon.
OK, sure that’s a bold statement, and for me it just may be true. I believe that the mirrorless camera is and will continue push the DSLR as we know it aside. Its progress and its coming. If you do not agree you may just have to accept it, even the greats in Glass like [...]
DSLR cameras are incredibly photography tools, but with so many lenses to carry around, it's easy to damage something if you don't take the proper precautions. Photography site COOPH suggests using a beer cozy to protect lenses when they're out of the case. Read more...
Nikon has updated its line of massively megapixeled full-frame DSLRs with the addition of the D810, but how does the new shooter stack up against its predecessors, the D800 and D800E? Let's compare the specifications and core features of the cameras to see which one is right for you... Continue Reading Nikon D810 vs. Show More Summary
We all like to take pictures when we travel, and many of us want the quality of a DSLR. Consider the Nikon D7100 (http://goo.gl/mOaGmb). This is Nikon’s “flagship” DX camera (we’ll explain more about what that means in a moment). As happy D7000 owners for more than two years, we immediately upgraded to the D7100. Rather [...]
If you’ve just made the move from smartphone or point and shoot to a DSLR body, you should now be considering the lenses you use. You have gotten the kit lens along with the camera and wanting another lens for variety, or you are looking to improve the technical quality of your photos. Toby Gelston [...]Show More Summary