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Olympus Stylus 1 Review
image of the Olympus Stylus 1 digital camera Interested in a high-quality 28-300mm eq. constant f/2.8 zoom lens mounted in front of a sensor that is larger than conventional all-in-one long zooms, but that fits comfortably in a coat pocket and won't break the bank? Read our in-depth Olympus Stylus 1 review to discover all of the great (and a few not-so-great) things this one-of-a-kind little digital camera has to offer!

Res: 12.0mp
Zoom: 10.7x
Storage: SD, SDHC, SDXC
Compare Price: $616-700
Nikon Df Review
image of the Nikon Df digital camera The full-frame, FX-format Nikon Df takes the same great sensor and processor pairing of the professional Nikon D4, and places them in a weather-sealed, retro-styled body that's rich with external controls. (And it does so at half the price of the pro camera.) It's arguably the best available-light shooter around, but is it the right camera for you? Read our Nikon Df review, and find out!

Res: 16.2mp
Storage: SD, SDHC, SDXC
Compare Price: $2,997-3,000
Panasonic GM1 Review
image of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 digital camera Panasonic's "micro" Micro Four Thirds camera, the tiny Panasonic GM1 gets our full review treatment. The tiny camera features the same sensor and processor as its larger sibling, the GX7, but Panasonic has done some innovative engineering to pack all that power into such a small and pocketable digital camera. Check out our Panasonic GM1 review to see why this camera was voted the Best Pocket Interchangeable Lens Camera of 2013!

Res: 16.0mp
Zoom: 2.7x
Storage: SD, SDHC, SDXC
Compare Price: $698-750
Canon G16 Review
image of the Canon PowerShot G16 digital camera Canon's updated their powerful and nearly-pocketable flagship PowerShot with the new Canon G16. We've just completed our review of this high-end compact digital camera, and while it's not strikingly different from the previous model, it does bring a big update to the table: speed. With vastly increased AF speed and continuous shooting frames per second -- plus built-in Wi-Fi -- the Canon G16 seems like a surefire upgrade, but is it significant enough to make G15 owners yearn for the sweet '16? Read our Canon G16 review to find out!

Res: 12.1mp
Zoom: 5.0x
Storage: SD, SDHC, SDXC
Compare Price: $435-651

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Medium format, thy name is Ricoh; Pentax 645Z has no competition (Update: Now with full tech info)
Featured Story Apr 14, 21:00 EDT Back in early 2010, Pentax launched the 645D, a medium-format digital SLR that leap-frogged full-frame rivals in terms of sensor area, and simultaneously set a new benchmark in terms of affordability compared to existing medium-format options. Today, the Pentax 645Z follows in its footsteps and aims even higher, putting medium-format rivals... (more)

Sony A6000 Image Quality Analysis -- our take on how this hot camera stands up to the competition
Featured Story Apr 11, 16:30 EDT You've been beating our doors down for information and images on the wildly popular Sony A6000, and we love it! Bringing you timely analysis and information is our raison d'etre, and all the more so for these more popular models. We therefore present to you the next in our series of posts for the A6000: our Image Quality Analysis. Here... (more)

Sigma announces price for 50mm f/1.4 Art lens. It's official: Sigma owns the 50mm space.
Featured Story Apr 10, 22:19 EDT We've never seen an SLRgear lens review get the kind of response that our recent one for the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art lens did, not even Sigma's own wildly popular 18-35mm f/1.8 zoom. With the competition from camera makers and Zeiss ranging from $1,300 to $4,000, there's been a lot of speculation about what price Sigma would bring the 50/1.4... (more)

Already exhausted your holiday budget? Come travel to Doha, Qatar in this amazing hyperlapse video!
Apr 15, 16:24 EDT Travelling the world is a dream many of us share, but only few ever see come true. What keeps most of us from simply dropping everything and setting out on a journey across the globe, besides job and family commitments, is the sheer lack of financial resources to do so. But even if our holiday budgets are already exhausted, there's still an easy way to get to see... (more)

Cast your votes for winners in 11th annual Smithsonian Photo Contest
Apr 15, 13:56 EDT What’s not to love about a photo contest where the people get to vote for their favorites? The finalists in the 11th annual Smithsonian Photo Contest were announced last week, and voting is open through May 6, 2014. A total of 60 photos were nominated for awards in six categories, including... (more)

Flash-photography guru Joe McNally shares lighting tips in Nikon video series
Apr 15, 13:00 EDT We’re in an era where cameras can almost see in the dark, and as a result, the art of adding light to a scene is under-appreciated. But when the student is ready to turn down that ISO dial, the teacher will appear. Nikon just posted the second in a series of lighting tutorials with brand ambassador and flash-photography guru Joe McNally.... (more)

Photographs of the 'Oldest Living Things in the World' collected in new book
Apr 15, 11:25 EDT Looking at a photograph is a bit like traveling back in time. The time-travel might be to the moment when the photo was taken—or might be even further back, to some unspecified instant in the course of the subject’s time on earth. Artist Rachel Sussman takes us back at least 2,000 years with her new book, The Oldest Living Things in the... (more)

Is Canon feeling the heat? For the first time, Sony sells more system cameras in South Korea
Apr 14, 14:57 EDT Sony has been working hard to establish itself as a major camera manufacturer, and now it seems the work is finally paying off. For the first time in the company's relatively young history as a camera maker it has sold more interchangeable lens cameras in South Korea than its rival, the photography behemoth Canon. Though only by a very slight margin – 0.1% as Sony... (more)

Redditor shares his process for making stunning starscapes
Apr 14, 11:50 EDT While we’re on the topic of space today, have you ever wondered what it takes to make one of those surreal star-scape photos? You know, the kind of thing that shows up on the front page of Reddit every now and then? Well, here’s a quick lesson from somebody with first-hand experience. Last week, Brisbane-based Redditor and photographer... (more)

Moon photo 101: Get prepared for tonight's total lunar eclipse!
Apr 14, 11:46 EDT Want to add a great lunar eclipse photo or two to your portfolio? Tonight's blood moon presents the best opportunity in the next few years in the Americas, at least if the weather plays ball and you're willing to forego some sleep. But shooting an eclipse isn't something we do every day, so it merits a little preparation. A blog post from... (more)

Battery charger promises full power after 30 seconds
Apr 14, 10:54 EDT A dead smartphone is a hassle, but a dead camera battery is a catastrophe if you’re in the middle of a shoot—that is, only as long as batteries still charge at a glacial pace. Startup firm StoreDot is working on a way to almost eliminate charge times. Last week, they unveiled a prototype that can fully charge a Samsung Galaxy S4 in 30... (more)

Pentax, Sony variants of Sigma USB dock on the way; full-time MF coming for 50mm f/1.4 lens
Apr 11, 18:44 EDT Alongside its headline-grabbing announcement of the pricetag for its 50mm f/1.4 Art lens, Sigma also revealed a couple of other tidbits today. One actually relates to that lens, and a new feature which will be available soon if you own the company's clever USB dock accessory. (We highly recommend putting some of the money you're saving... (more)

Tamron prices impressively-compact 16-300mm superzoom lens
Apr 11, 18:10 EDT Last February, we told readers about the brand-new 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro lens. At the time, we knew quite a bit -- that it had a far-reaching 18.8x optical zoom range, was only 3.9 inches long when retracted, and offered a way to turn your SLR into a large-sensor alternative to a superzoom bridge camera -- but there was... (more)

Firmware Friday: Nokia talks you into taking more selfies
Apr 11, 14:23 EDT After a brief hiatus last week because we'd already covered the sole firmware news -- Olympus' shutter-slap fix for the E-M1 -- Firmware Friday returns this week, but with a twist. Technically, neither of the updates this week are for dedicated cameras, but we found them interesting nonetheless. Let's take a look at what's new for Nokia Asha... (more)

As Windows XP fades away, photographer talks origin of famed 'Bliss' wallpaper
Apr 11, 14:20 EDT Earlier this week, Microsoft ended its support for the legendary Windows XP operating system. As part of the farewell tour, the company released a video interview with photographer Chuck O’Rear, the man behind the default background image on XP, known as “Bliss.” In the clip, O’Rear tells the story of how he captured the image one day... (more)

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