Sony is expanding the capability of its latest professional camcorder without needing accessories. The HXR-NX5R has built in Wi-Fi for live broadcasts and file transfers, as well as an adjustable video light.
Alongside DIY Photography, photographer Bassam Sabbagh explains what that little black rubber piece is on your Canon camera strap. Spoiler: It’s a cap to prevent light leaks during long exposure shots.
With quadcopters dominating the consumer drone market, Parrot is hoping its unusual fixed-wing offering will prove a hit. The camera-equipped Disco, which launches next month for $1300, can reach speeds of 50 mph and stay airborne…
Prisma, the photography app that retouches your pics to resemble the work of famous artists, has updated its iOS app to allow for offline image processing. The company says the update will free up server capacity, boosting the app's speed.
Traditional video sliders are rather bulky, but the Wing uses a seemingly simple folding design to get a 16-inch range from a 5.5-inch device. While the tiny slider can only handle 3.3 pounds, that's three times the tiny slider's…
The newest members of the University of Kansas football team are actually camera drones, and they're helping to eliminate the blind spot in practice videos. Using four DJI Phantoms, the team now has a bird's-eye-view replay to analyze.
Are you distracted by your appearance on company teleconference calls? Simple tips can help you look better, even on bad hair days. The video call "appearance barrier" can cause you to lose focus and not fully engage with other…
Chinese manufacturer Gionee announced the S6s, a slightly improved version of the S6 it announced a few month ago. Much like the original, the S6s focuses on the selfie lover crowd with a strong front-facing sensor.
Instagram has become just the 19th app to hit a billion downloads on the Google Play Store. The milestone marks Facebook's fourth entry on the exclusive list, further cementing its dominance in the mobile app market.
Earlier this morning, photo hosting service Picturelife announced it was shutting down. To save the nearly 200 million photos users uploaded to its service, it partnered with SmugMug to keep users from being left in the dark.