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Digital cameras changed photography, and now smartphones are changing digital cameras. There’s never been more interesting ways to take a picture or record a video, and there’s also never been more ways to view those images. We’re focused on finding the most interesting innovations happening in all parts of photography.

Samsung caught (again) using DSLR photo to advertise smartphone camera

DJI’s Osmo Pocket is a tiny handheld gimbal that shoots 4K footage

Google’s Night Sight is subtly awesome in the daytime, too

How to build a camera kit for adventure photography

Google Photos for iOS adds portrait depth editing

Color Pop will give your images more punch

How to choose the best camera for you

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Nikon’s Z6 mirrorless camera launches on November 16th for $2,000

Google gives the Pixel camera superhuman night vision

Moment debuts new 58mm telephoto lens for smartphone cameras

Flickr promises it won’t delete Creative Commons photos when it limits free storage

This mirrorless camera runs Android and works with Canon lenses

Flickr will end 1TB of free storage and limit free users to 1,000 photos

Google’s Night Sight for Pixel phones will amaze you

Panasonic, Leica, and Sigma will all use the same full-frame camera lenses

Fujifilm’s next medium format camera has 100 megapixels and in-body stabilization

Fujifilm’s Instax Square SQ20 can print photos and shoot video

Fujifilm’s GFX 50R puts a medium format sensor in a rangefinder-style body

Fujifilm shows off world’s first f/1 lens for mirrorless cameras

The XF33mm F1 R is the new lens to look forward to

Photokina 2018: all the best camera and photography news

Panasonic’s first full-frame mirrorless cameras promise a lot for 2019

Leica teases 64-megapixel S3 medium format camera for spring 2019

Ricoh’s ‘ultimate compact’ GRIII is coming next year

How scientists captured a stunning, hellish menagerie of half-dissolved creatures

The Hero 7 is GoPro’s shot at a comeback

GoPro’s Hero 7 Black sets a new bar for video stabilization

The iPhone XS camera beats the iPhone X, but not the Pixel 2