It's hard to imagine a Polaroid model decades older than the first digital camera selling out, but The Impossible Project's refurbished cameras are a hot commodity.
Shopping for the geek in your life, but trying to keep size and budget small? Check out the 10 best tech stocking stuffers under $50.
Polaroid has sent out a teaser image for a product it plans to reveal at CES. It appears to be a next generation instant printing camera.
Zoom's new Q3HD Handy Video Recorder not only captures high-quality stereo audio, but 1080p video at 30fps.
We review Canon's EOS 60D DSLR camera which features 16.2 megapixels, 6 fps, and 1080p HD video recording and competes closely with Nikon's D7000.
ViewSonic's new 3DV5 pocket camcorder can capture both 2D and 3D video, features built-in software for uploading to YouTube and Facebook...and it's $179.99.
Give the photographer in your life a gift they'll actually use with our holiday gift ideas for photographers.
From waterproof housings to fish-eye lenses and soft-focus filters, these cheap DIY camera lenses let you crank up your creativity without digging too far into your wallet.
OK Go partners with Samsung and the company's new NX100 camera for a new stop-motion music video.
Panasonic's latest mega-zoom the Lumix DMC-FZ100 features a 14.1-megapixel sensor, 24x optical zoom, and full-HD video, but it's image quality is a bit underwhelming.
Panasonic's latest G-series DLSM, the GF2, improves on its predecessor by becoming both smaller and simpler.
The Nikon D3100 takes solid 14.2-megapixel stills, but its video quality is lacking despite its ability to continuously focus.
You don't need a degree in photography or even $2,000 worth of equipment to take great photos. Here are a few shooting and editing tips to take - and make - better photos.
OnOne's free plug-ins for PhotoShop Lightroom aren't a revelation for experienced users, but beginners and anyone looking for a quick fix should take advantage of the latest tools.
Are overheating DSLRs like Sony’s A55 and A33 a scandal of Watergate proportions, or simply physics at work?