DJI's newest handheld smartphone gimbal adds some welcome improvements for a lower price.
Insta360's camera can fold in half, letting you take both 360-degree as well as 180-degree stereoscopic photos and video.
Ricoh returns with the third generation of its popular pocket shooter, the GR III. Here are some first impressions on this premium compact camera.
Red's hyped-up holographic Hydrogen One is not the futuristic phone of your dream. But it just might be the best phone yet for aspiring filmmakers.
With Pixel Buds and the Clips camera, Google is extending its ecosystem for the Pixel 2 phone in a very smart and Apple-like way.
If you're looking for better controls while you're out snapping pics, the Pictar grip could offer a super simple solution that will make an iPhone feel like a DSLR.
If you've always wanted to put out professional-looking multi-camera broadcasts, the new Sling Studio makes that possible for a fraction of the price of traditional setups.
To get the best out of the iPhone 7, Moment went and created a new lens and two new cases in order to reach a new level of smartphone photography.
Sporting newly built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and touch-based controls, Nikon's D5600 is a timely refresh to our favorite DSLR under $1,000.
The new Canon Powershot G9X Mark II packs a 20.1MP sensor, a 3X optical zoom and Bluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi into a tiny point-and-shoot body.
We look at how Apple's new portrait mode beta in iOS 10.1 performs and how it stacks up against a mirrorless camera.
FujiFilm's $200 Instax Share Printer 2 gives you the best thing about old school Polaroid pictures in an easy-to-use device that works with your smartphone.
Toss the Hover Camera drone in the air and it will stay suspended and film you in 4K anywhere you go.
Panasonic's new Lumix GX85 features a new dual 5-axis IS system, powerful post focus photo mode and 4K video, but without breaking the bank at $799.
We test out the dedicated camera controls the LG Cam Plus brings to the upcoming G5 smartphone and discover some welcome additions for smartphone-toting photographers.
With its high-res quality and compact design, the Samsung Gear 360 could make taking VR selfies the next big thing.
The new GoPro integration for Periscope could make livestreams so much better and more interesting, but a few key bugs still stand.
At CES 2016, Polaroid showed off an updated version of its cute and fun instant camera: The Snap+. It features a 13-MP sensor, new touchscreen and app support.
We go hands-on with Sony's Alpha 7S Mark II: A full-frame mirrorless camera that offers 4K video recording at 30 fps.
Seek has made a new standalone rugged camera called the Reveal, adding durability and increased resolution to its line of heat-seeing cams.
With a 10-megapixel camera and an onboard instant photo printer, Polaroids Snap can capture your favorite moments and spit them out all in one device.
The Panono takes 36 pictures at the same time, and stitches them together to create 360-degree panoramic photos.
The Olympus Air lens-style camera has a micro four-thirds sensor, can use a wide range of lenses and uses your smartphone as a viewfinder.
The second-generation Flir lets you take selfies with predator-like thermal vision via a compact phone accessory.
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