Fujifilm's new XF 18-135mm lens has a weather-resistant construction that can withstand a variety of conditions. It offers users five more stops of image stabilization and fast autofocusing capability.
Sony has demonstrated its curved sensor technology that allows for smaller lens-and-sensor modules that can deliver great image quality. This curved sensor could be a big step forward for compact digital cameras and smartphones.
Action-sports enthusiasts who like to capture their exploits on video may soon be able to add some aerial footage to their POV shots with the help of the Hexo+, an autonomous flying machine that films you wherever you go.
With videographers fast waking up to the fact that a quadcopter with a camera attached can produce some stunning results, more and more of this kind of footage is appearing online. And now, thanks to TravelByDrone, there's a place to view…
Facebook wants its messaging app to get everything it needs to compete with WhatsApp, Line, ChatOn, and other popular apps. The new Facebook Messenger lets you record short video clips and "Like" things with a giant blue thumbs-up.
Big Brother is watching: Chicago police was able to convict a repeated felon with the help of NEC's face recognition software, NeoFace. The system automatically matched surveillance camera footage with a prior mugshot.
Photography is all about lighting, but the built-in LED flash in smartphones doesn't exactly help create the most pleasing images. The external Nova flash is a wireless iPhone accessory that lets you get creative with lighting.