How can Apple take the already excellent iPhone camera to the next level? How about being able to refocus images after you’ve taken them, just like the Lytro camera.
The Moto X’s biggest flaw could soon be a thing of the past.
The new camera is packed with lots of useful upgrades, most notably for people who suck at taking pictures.
The era of “smart cameras” might be dead before it fully arrives thanks to Sony’s new line QX Smart Lens, which the company announced today.
As we all become videophiles, Sony has a different camcorder for every purpose.
The Moto X, Motorola’s first smartphone designed under Google, isn’t shying away from minimalist interfaces.
Socialmatic is trying to jump start a new revolution of instantly printed photos with its new Polaroid-branded camera, which will allow people to get prints of their shots that have photo filters similar to what Instagram uses.
Okay, we get it Nokia, your Lumia cameras are pretty darned great for low-light shooting.
When it comes to 3D imaging cameras, such as those used in video games and for 3D printers, your options are kind of limited unless you want to spend tens of thousands of dollars on multiple pieces of equipment. This fact alone makes the $1,800 Lynx A Camera from Austin-based startup Lynx Laboratories all the more impressive.
Guest Post Two once-great analog companies, Polaroid and Fujifilm, have struggled with the transition to the digital economy — but with different results.
Fujifilm showed off its old-school Instax Mini 8 and the powerful new X100S and X20 cameras today at CES.
Damian Dinning, the company’s head of camera technology, is leaving the company at the end of the month.
Sony’s investment gives it a stronger foothold in one of its core businssess and gives Olympus a much-needed cash infusion.
Apple’s certainly keeping in line with its ability to pay attention to the smaller details in its new iPhone 5, and this is absolutely true for the device’s camera.
Samsung’s Galaxy Camera combines the best parts of camera and smartphone in one crazy package.
Editor's Pick For geeks, small head-mounted cameras streaming to iPhones seem like cool, sci-fi inspired gadgetry. For cops, they may be the best way to record incidents, avoid lawsuits, and stay one step ahead of disastrous PR and public outrage.
Kodak, the beleaguered company that invented the handheld camera, is slashing its product lines in an attempt to survive a rapidly changing consumer electronics landscape.
We spent hours combing the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to sleuth out the most compelling tech trends and the most exciting new products of the coming year.
After secretly making phone cameras better for the last decade, Swedish software company Scalado announced today that its mobile photo technology is now featured in over 1 billion devices.
Apple’s fast-selling iPhone 4S is now the second-most used cameraphone on the popular photo-sharing service Flickr, according to the site’s Camera Finder page.
Photography lovers will surely be delighted to hear the mission of the new startup Lytro. The company, which made itself known Tuesday, said it will to bring a new kind of camera to the consumer market and that its launch later this year will be “the start of a picture revolution.”
French researchers have managed to develop glasses-free 3D technology for the iPad 2 and iPhone 4 based entirely on how you’re looking at their screens.
Expect to see Apple’s iPad 2 in April — a year after the original iPad hit store shelves — according to a report by Digitimes, which points out that Apple has also added five new printed circuit board (PCB) suppliers for the tablet.
Just when you thought cellphone cameras couldn’t squeeze in any more megapixels, Sony announces a new cellphone camera sensor that supports 16MP photos and 1080p high-definition video.
Contour is introducing a hands-free video camera today that can mark your location as it records high-definition video.