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LifePrint mobile printer partners with ZINK Imaging, has one week left for funding

LifePrint is an adorably small portable printer that lets you print pictures no matter where you are and no matter what connection you have. You can print using WiFi or your cellular network. The company recently announced a partnership with ZINK Imaging.

Toshiba’s U3 MicroSD cards are fast enough to handle 4K video, still tiny and easy to lose

Toshiba has unveiled the world's fastest MicroSD card. Coming in 32GB and 64GB capacities, these U3-designated cards can support 4K, 2K, and live video broadcast recordings, as well as faster data transfers in smart devices and digital cameras.

Flickr updates iOS, Android app with vastly improved experience and features

True to its word, Flickr has continuously evolve and improve its photo experience. The company has updated its mobile app for iOS and Android to version 3.0, making it more in-line with other photo apps and giving it an improved user experience.

HTC camera expert teases optical zoom and improved UltraPixel camera for future phones

HTC's imaging specialist has said in an interview we should look out for major advances in camera phones from the company over the next year, including the possible introduction of an optical zoom, and an improved UltraPixel camera.

The OnePlus One smartphone is coming, but you’ll need an invitation to buy it (Updated)

OnePlus, the company started by a former Oppo vice president, will launch its first smartphone on April 23. The OnePlus One, as it's known, is designed to be the very best smartphone possible.

Metabones adapter mounts Olympus SLR lenses onto Micro Four Thirds cameras

The Olympus OM to Micro Four Thirds Speed Booster from Metabones lets you mount SLR lenses onto Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras. Unlike other adapters, this one is said to improve image quality while widening the lens' aperture.

‘Eye Spy’ video series takes us on tours of major world cities, from a drone’s POV

A video series by New York-based studio Cavort takes us on a tour of major world cities, captured from above by using camera-equipped drones. The "drone's eye" view city tours include New York, San Diego, and Sydney.

Fujifilm TCL-X100 tele-conversion lens increases fixed focal length of X100, X100S

Fujifilm's new TCL-X100 is a tele-conversion lens that's specially designed for the X100 and X100S cameras, increasing the fixed lens by 1.4x. The TCL-X100 will be available in May 2014, for $350.

Google’s new Camera app can now refocus images like a poor man’s Lytro

Google updated its Camera app to include Lens Blur and Photo Sphere. With the update, Photo Sphere makes its way to non-Nexus devices for the first time, while Lens Blur uses software to focus on a subject while blurring out the surroundings.

Latest Pentax medium-format camera utilizes 51.4MP CMOS sensor, delivers more depth

Ricoh's new medium-format Pentax 645Z now utilizes a CMOS sensor, which the company says will allow the camera to achieve photos with greater depth, colors, and shadow details, while also incorporating Live View and Full HD video capture.

Rumors hint at new Canon 7D Mark II, could be delayed by sensor manufacturing issues

An updated version of Canon's popular 7D DSLR could be on the way, according to rumor sites. But its dependent on an alleged manufacturer issue with the camera's sensor that could delay its release.

Sophisticated Nokia X camera app unofficially ported to other Android 4.1+ devices

Over at the XDA forums, a developer has managed to port the Nokia X camera app to other Android 4.1+ devices. Nokia's app is unique because it gives users to manually adjust the camera's parameters. However, success varies.

Are mirrorless cameras in Canon’s future? Taking a look at the EOS M system

Reports claim that Canon will soon introduce new EOS M models. With no new models announced since 2012, this makes us wonder in what direction the system is headed.

Nikon Df Review

The Nikon Df is a modern full-frame DSLR wrapped around by a retro-inspired body that pays homage to old Nikon SLRs. With its excellent low-light capability and image quality, it’s a photographer’s dream – one that costs $3,000.

  • Pros: Amazing low-light capability, Love those dials, Excellen...
  • Cons: Too darn expensive, No video or Wi-Fi, Images dreadful a...

iPhone 6 Rumors and News: Larger front panel leaked, and a possible price increase looms

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Nikon adds revamped 18-300mm telephoto to Nikkor DX-format lens lineup

Nikon gives DX-format DSLR photographers a revamped 18-300mm telephoto lens. The AF-S 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR lens is 30-percent smaller and 10-ounces lighter than its predecessor.

End of days or stellar photo op? Rare ‘blood moon’ eclipses start tonight

On April 15, the first in a series of four lunar eclipses will occur, in which the moon will appear red. This event has taken place only three times in the past 500 years, NASA says, making it a highly rare phenomenon.

Sigma sets pricing for new 50mm f/1.4 DSLR, 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3

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Nikon debuts compact J4 camera with fast burst mode, sadly unavailable in the U.S.

Nikon has a new mirrorless camera out, the Nikon 1 J4. Unfortunately for us living stateside, the camera hasn't been announced in the U.S. The18.4-megapixel compact interchangeable lens camera has specs similar to the recently announced Nikon 1 V3.

Selfeed website lets you follow all Instagram uploads tagged ‘#selfie’ in real-time

A new website called Selfeed shows all Instagram photos tagged "#selfie" in real-time – and thus creates a dynamic exhibit of the selfie culture. While the individuals in selfies stand alond, here they are part of a collective.

JVC puts an oversized Super 35mm sensor in its upcoming Micro Four Thirds 4K camcorder

At NAB in Las Vegas, JVC introduced two new 4K video cameras sporting Micro Four Thirds mounts and a larger Super 35mm format sensor. Will we see Micro Four Thirds still cameras with larger sensors in the future? Probably not.

L.A. drivers take selfies, group shots while stranded on blocked freeway

Probably looking for a way to kill time while stuck on the freeway, L.A. motorists posed for selfies and group photos while the police had a portion of the freeway shut down for three hours due to a suicidal man.

Canon EOS Rebel SL1 review

Competing with Compact System Cameras, Canon’s EOS Rebel SL1 is the smallest, lightest DSLR to date, but don’t let this baby DSLR’s body fool you – it performs like a good DSLR should.

  • Pros: Quality Canon 18MP stills, Good 1080/30p videos, Very fa...
  • Cons: Grip may be too small for some, Mono onboard sound, Qual...

Dropbox Carousel app organizes media files on mobile devices, backs up to cloud

Carousel is a new iOS and Android app from Dropbox that can be used to organize your collection of Dropbox photos and videos. It automatically backs new photos to the cloud, which are then accessible anytime via Dropbox.

Lensbaby’s Circular Fisheye lens adds awesome 185-degree view to Canon, Nikon DSLRs

Lensbaby wants you to get creative with the Circular Fisheye 5.8mm f/3.5 lens, designed for Canon and Nikon DSLRs with APS-C sized sensors. The specialty lens gives a 185-degree perspective to your photos.

Second time’s the charm? Nikon revisits Android with the Coolpix S810C

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Scientists developing high-energy camera that detects the faintest atmospheric light

Scientists at the SLAC lab in California are developing a camera that can detect the faintest light in the night sky. The camera will be used in the upcoming Cherenkov Telescope Array.

Canon may charge EOS-1D X, EOS-1D C users to repair alleged manufacturing flaw

Due to a possible autofocusing defect in certain full-frame Canon DSLRs, customers might end up paying hundreds of dollars to resolve the issue. The issue concerns non-functioning AF system when used in cold weather.

Sony Xperia Z2 has the best smartphone camera, report finds

DxOMark tested the Sony Xperia Z2's camera, and found it to perform better than the Nokia 808 PureView and Apple iPhone 5S, which had been the previous leaders in DxOMark's ranking.

Astronaut Instagrams first selfie from space

On April 8, astronaut Steven Swanson made history by becoming the first person to post on Instagram, from outer space. That photo? A selfie, naturally. Swanson is currently residing at the International Space Station.

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