Fujifilm has announced a series of firmware updates for its flagship X-T2 and X-Pro2 cameras that will bring upwards of 33 new features to the mirrorless cameras. The first update is due out before the end of March 2017.
Everyone knows Canon makes decent cameras and lenses, but T-shirts? And caps? And bibs for babies? The Japanese firm has just released all these and more in a bid to make some money out of merchandise.
Despite the impressive stabilization tech in today's cameras, there are times when you need a tripod. We've rounded up seven of our favorites, each of which has its own unique approach to keeping your camera steady.
Instagram is celebrating an advertising milestone with a teaser -- a new in-app booking feature is coming before the end of the year. More than 1 million businesses now actively advertise on Instagram.
Built to withstand the elements and survive a wide range of adverse conditions, Lexar's new JumpDrive Tough is waterproof, shockproof, and includes EncryptStick Lite software to provide 256-bit AES encryption
This Finland native would love to see landscape photos of Mars, but since that won't happen anytime soon, he created his own variation. Using images from NASA's HiRISE and 3D mapping techniques, he created an incredible fly-over…
Epson's latest $99 printer is an all-in-one with a number of connectivity conveniences, including mobile photo printing even without a wireless network in range and an app for editing printable photo projects.
If you're in search of a little more light in your life -- your photography life, that is -- you need a speedlight. For that, we've rounded up some of the most budget-friendly options for your convenience.
If you have ever attempted to take interior images of your living space, then you may know how difficult it is to get great results. These five simple and easy-to-follow tips can help you get great results.
The Grip Gear Movie Maker is a fun, simple way to create professional-looking videos with a smartphone or GoPro. Its lack of advanced features and a few quirks make it more of a tool for hobbyist filmmakers, however.