Casio is intentionally coming in last place in the megapixel race -- all in the name of low-light performance. The Casio EX-FR110H is an oddball camera designed to get the most light in dim conditions.
How do you photograph a mountain range with a medium that weighs nearly 90 pounds? Photographer Kurt Moser is capturing rugged scenes on glass plates by converting an old military truck into a camera and darkroom on wheels.
The portable Yuneec Breeze drone can now be flown with physical controls and first-erson view goggles instead of just a touchscreen app. The new optional accessory promises enhanced control and an immersive flight experience.
Generate, a creative photo editing and remixing app, is now compatible with the Adobe Creative Cloud and several mobile apps. Users can open their reimagined photos inside Photoshop Mix or Photoshop Express, and save the Creative Cloud.
Ricoh Innovations has released a new service designed to bring all of your photos together into a single location accessible from anywhere, supported by apps for Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, and desktop computers.
BenQ updated its U.K.-based website with a listing for the SW320 display, a new panel sporting an Ultra 4K resolution and Adobe RGB color space support. However, the panel also appears to be one of the first desktop displays supporting HDR.
Sigma may be known for its lenses, but its latest mirrorless camera has a unique layered sensor design. The Sigma SD Quattro H uses a 51-megapixel layered APS-H sensor and offers Adobe compatibility with DNG files.
Flickr's annual trend report shows 46 percent of uploads were from an Apple, yet the platform's top images were shot with DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. The annual report shows trends in images uploaded during 2016.
LuMee's original smartphone case designed to light selfies and video chats is getting s big upgrade with both front and rear-facing lights. The company says the dual sided lights provide soft, red-eye free lighting.