Snapchat is replacing its auto-advance function with a new Story playlist feature that’s all about personal curation. It is also introducing a design change that won't please its Discover media partners, but should be welcomed by users.
A startup is working to ensure photographers never arrive at a shoot without an SD card again. GearEye is a new system that checks your gear bag to make sure nothing is left behind: drones, lenses and anything you can slap a sticker on.
Prisma's filters that use artificial intelligence to create painting-like effects can now be applied to videos with a new iOS app update. Android users will have to wait -- but they can now access filters offline.
Polaroid's latest official app turns iPhone shots into actual white-framed polaroids. The new app includes options from traditional prints to canvas -- but the service has so far only launched in the U.K.
Instagram Stories is establishing itself as a viable alternative to Snapchat, hitting 100 million daily views a mere two months since it was introduced, according to the company's founder and CEO Kevin Systrom.
The camera used by both Ansel Adams and Liliane de Cock Morgan could be yours -- if you're the higest bidder at a New York auction later this month. The 4x5 Arca-Swiss is believed to be the only view camera owned by Adams to come up for…
If you've ever noticed that TVs and video cameras run at 29.97 FPS and wondered why this is, check out this video from Matt Parker of Standup Maths who explains why the slight drop from 30 was necessary based on past technological…
Sony's flagship APS-C mirrorless camera is built around the same 24-megapixel sensor as the A6300, but gains a faster processor, larger image buffer, and -- most importantly -- five-axis sensor-shift image stabilization.
Wacom has announced a new graphic tablet that is actually a full-fledged Windows 10 PC boasting some impressive specs, including a 4K display, up to 16GB of RAM, as well as options for Intel's Core I7 and Nvidia's Quadro Graphics.
Chris Niccolls of The Camera Store TV shows how the gear inside your camera bag on back country adventures could potentially save your life in an emergency. The video is a bit tongue-in-cheek, but the tricks are still impressive.