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Nikon Announces US Release of D5600 at CES2017

Entry-level DSLRs are a fantastically reliable way to capture high-quality images and have remained the go-to choice for photography enthusiasts on a budget. In recent years, mirrorless cameras have b

Nikon’s New D5600 DSLR Amps Up Its Photo Sharing

Contributing writer: Dan Tennant For too long, it’s been easier to share the photos you take with your smartphone than those grabbed with your trusty DSLR. No matter how great your DSLR might

Hands-On With Fujifilm's GFX Mirrorless Medium Format Camera

Mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras have been revolutionizing the camera industry for years now with slimmer, lighter designs and image quality and performance that has grown to rival that of the

SVP Aqua 5800 Review

When we reviewed the SVP Aqua 5800, we had this incredible sense of déjà vu. Then we realized, except for a few differences in features, this is the exact same camera as our 10-ranked wa

HD Camcorders vs. Smartphone Cameras

Whether you want to film your child’s school play, your family’s vacation or holiday get-togethers, there’s no shortage of options when it comes to camcorders. We reviewed the best HD camcorders and e

Pocket Camcorders: Perfect for Preteens

Almost every American carries a camcorder around with them in their pocket in the form of a smartphone. In 2011, Apple released the iPhone 4, which could record video in 1080p at 30 fps. The iPhone 4

Top 5 Accessories for Your Entry-Level DSLR

Entry-level DSLRs enable you to capture professional-quality portraits, actions shots and more. In order to get the most out of your camera, it's a good idea to invest in some quality accessories. To

How to Use the Manual Settings on your Point and Shoot Camera

In order to unlock the true potential of your point and shoot camera, it's important to understand how to shoot using the camera's manual settings. Shooting in manual gives you total control over how

Which HD Camcorder Settings Are Best for You?

If you've gone through the menus of your HD camcorder, you probably noticed all of the adjustable settings and modes that you can use, but do you know when to use each of these settings? There are man

Going Dark: Invisible-Flash Game Cameras

The design of the standard game camera is fairly predictable. A passive infrared sensor detects motion and triggers the camera. During the day, a game camera will capture full-color images. At night,

The Top Ten GoPro Mounts

The GoPro Hero 3+ Black is the best action camcorder on the market. But without well-designed mounts, action cams are practically useless. Check out our list of the top 10 GoPro mounts that will help

Cellular Trail Cameras: The Future of Video Scouting

Cellular trail cameras are a new development in the game camera industry. They use a SIM card from a cellular carrier to transmit captured images to a cell phone or email inbox. This means that, unlik

Ways to Capture the Fall Foliage with Your Professional DSLR Camera

Autumn is one of the best times of the year. The weather cools down and it gets closer to my birthday, but best of all, there are oodles of colors. Both professional and amateur photos of fall colors

Digital Cameras: 5 Tips for Great Close-Up Shots

Although the world is full of gorgeous landscapes and epic backdrops, you can find small scale yet equal beauty in your own back yard. Here are some tips for capturing the smaller things in life usin

Snap, Flash, OOPS! Teaching Your Child the Art of Photography

A photograph taken today is a lifetime of yesterdays preserved for all the tomorrows. - Unknown While we don't know who penned this sentiment, it doesn’t ring truer than when a parent takes the painst

Waterproof Cameras: The Perfect Adventure Travel Companion

Waterproof digital cameras have many features and qualities that make them ideal traveling companions for your outdoor adventures. Whether your itinerary includes bobsledding in the Alps or swimming w

10 Sites to Capture with Your Point and Shoot Camera

Some of the best vacations are the ones close to home. Sure, an escape to the Ishinca mountain peak of Peru would be amazing. However, the good ol’ United States has several great destinations that wi

Taking Better Pictures: Handy Tips for Your Entry-Level DSLR Camera

Now that you have taken the plunge and put down the money for an entry-level DSLR camera, you might be thinking, "Now what?" Granted, these cameras often include many of the features of point-and-shoo

ProDRENALIN Action Camera Video Editing Software

Whether it's the best aerial ski jump of your life or your toddler's first step, you only have one chance to catch it on video. So, if your filming skills aren't as great as your big moments, ProDRENA

Composing Excellent 3D Photos

Your eyes are 3D camera lenses, and your brain is their image processor. That's backward, actually. Camera lenses are modeled after your eyes, to capture light that can be processed into an image. But

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