Another camera giant has filed a lawsuit over 'gray market' products

Fujifilm is seeking damages from over 50 defendants alleging the sale of "gray market" products -- and it's not an uncommon occurrence. So what's up with the Fujifilm lawsuit, and how can consumers avoid a counterfeit?

Forget XQD, CFexpress is on the way with speeds of 8GB per second

As if the memory card market wasn’t confusing enough already, the CompactFlash Association (CFA) has officially announced its new initiative: CFexpress. In theory, the new format can reach a blazing transfer speed of up to 8GB per second.
Product Review

Garmin Virb Ultra 30 Review

Any action cam captures your crash, but Garmin's Virb knows how hard you fell.

Live infographic shows the most-used cameras and lenses worldwide

Photo search engine ExploreCams has created an all new infographic showing off the 50 most-used cameras and lens combinations using metadata gathered from more than 12 million photographs shared online.

Canon looks to the final frontier with new 5D Mark III-based imaging satellite

In March, Canon will launch a prototype imaging satellite into space on a two-year test mission. While details remain scarce, the satellite’s imaging capabilities are based on the tech found inside company's EOS 5D Mark III DSLR.
Social Media

Instagram just came to Windows 10 tablets — will the iPad be next?

Filter fiends, get excited. Instagram has just made its Windows 10 debut. On Thursday, the Facebook-owned photo editing and sharing app announced its arrival on tablets running Windows 10.

BenQ adds high dynamic range to 4K monitor it designed with photographers in mind

BenQ is expanding its line of monitors designed for creative professionals with several new options, including the addition of HDR among the options designed for photographers and a more budget-friendly option for videographers.

Modified camera creates clear pictures of the sky thanks to cooling mecahnism

Long exposures heat up a sensor and introduce more noise -- this modified Nikon D5500 designed for shooting the night sky solves the issue with a cooling back. That modification comes at a pretty hefty price tag, however.
Home Theater

PlayStation VR adds support for 360-degree videos and photos

The PlayStation 4 will soon support 360-degree videos and photos courtesy of a forthcoming update for the console's built-in Media Player that will allow users to view 3D content while wearing a PlayStation VR headset.

Google Photos finds your ‘best memories’ using artificial intelligence

Google just one-upped Facebook's "Friendiversary" by using artificial intelligence to pull up all the old photos that have the same person who is in your latest photo -- even the photos not shared publicly.
Virtual Reality

Nokia updates its $45,000 OZO Camera with new firmware features, improved software

Nokia's Mick Perona said that new firmware and software is available for the OZO Camera. The firmware includes a new web-based interface and remote monitoring over a wireless network. The company also released beta software for Windows 10.

Sleek and simple, the new Ricoh Theta SC aims to bring 360 to the masses

Ricoh's simplified version of its 360 camera offers the same image quality but drops a few usability features to shave the price tag. The $300 device has a shorter video recording time and axes live-streaming.