Nikon's D810 DSLR is all about filmmaking

Nikon has been trying to take the throne from Canon as the champion of DSLR video, and today it’s unveiling a new camera designed to step up the fight: the Nikon D810. The D810 is the successor to the D800, Nikon’s first real shot at taking down Canon’s highly regarded 5D series. The D800 made a...

The best camera you can buy for $250

Most people take photos with their smartphones today, but what if you need a little more? A real camera can give you much more zoom range, greater control, and better image quality. We've picked the best camera you can buy for under $250, because beating your smartphone doesn't always require...

Review

The best camera you can buy for under $250

For the vast majority of people, the compact camera is dead. Today’s smartphones take good enough pictures, easily fit in our pockets, and are always with us. But there are situations where the fixed lens on a smartphone just doesn’t cut it.

I...

The Amazon Fire Phone comes with free unlimited photo storage

Amazon just announced its long-awaited Fire Phone, and the company is taking a shot directly at one of Apple's perceived weaknesses by offering free unlimited photo storage on Amazon Cloud Drive. It matches what appears to be an impressive camera on the new phone, and is an easy way for the company to immediately differentiate itself from the competition. With smartphones having become a de facto way for people to take photos, storage has become a real issue, particularly when they're not...

AirDog tracking drone could be the ultimate GoPro sidekick

If you're heavy into GoPro and the world of live-action video, you may want to start saving up for AirDog. It's a new flying drone that promises to automatically track its owner with the help of a massive wrist-worn remote. You simply strap your...


Photo Essay

The most amazing iPhone photos of the year

Other phone cameras may have bigger sensors or more megapixels, but the iPhone's combination of reliable image processing, speedy performance, and vast selection of editing apps have made it the choice of countless photographers — and it's a big...

Inside the real-life 'Blade Runner' replicant lab

What About the Heart is a project by London-based photographer Luisa Whitton, created in collaboration with Hiroshi Ishiguro, a scientist renowned for his work in the Japanese robotics industry. Ishiguro, a professor at Osaka University, has been involved in the creation of androids for over a decade, but he's perhaps most famous for his "Geminoids," lifelike robotic twins.

Since first creating the Geminoid, he's worked tirelessly to improve...

Judge Instagram friends with Pic Nix, a robot-powered shame machine

Anonymously judging other people on the internet is easy, but doing it well can be difficult. Enter Pic Nix, a free service that lets you casually (and anonymously) shame a fellow Instagram user for over-posting one of "16 offenses" like too many photos of beer, cats, food, lattes, or dreaded selfies. Ad agency Allen & Gerritsen, which came up with the project, has put together a warning image for each of these that can be posted on a @...

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