Tim MoynihanTechHive

Why iPhone photographers should get Camera Awesome right now

Here are four reasons why SmugMug's free, do-everything iPhone photo app is a must-have beyond its extensive photo filters.

CameraTron 2000: A choose-your-own-adventure camera selector

Everybody wants to know what kind of camera they should buy. This choose-your-own-adventure-style decision tree will help narrow down your options based on your budget and your photography style.

Nikon's New Entry-Level D3200 DSLR Packs a 24-Megapixel Sensor

A faster burst mode, a new image processor, a microphone input jack, and an optional wireless adapter highlight the Nikon D3200's new features.

on techhive.com

Canon PowerShot Elph 520 HS Review: Ultracompact Camera With 12X Optical Zoom

The PowerShot Elph 520 HS is a very compact 12X-optical-zoom camera designed for casual shooters. It offers decent performance, but not at the level we're used to seeing in Canon's cameras.

on techhive.com

Panasonic Overhauls Touch Interface With Swappable-Lens Lumix GF5

An interchangeable-lens camera built for casual users, the mirrorless Lumix GF5 will have a dramatically redesigned touchscreen interface.

on techhive.com

Sony Bloggie Live Review: Live-Streaming Pocket Camcorder Performs Well

The Sony Bloggie Live is an excellent pocket camcorder with groundbreaking wireless features, but it's a tough sell in the age of do-everything smartphones.

Sony Alpha A57 Focuses on the DSLR Sweet Spot

Priced to compete with the Canon EOS Rebel T3i and the Nikon D5100, Sony's translucent-mirror A57 will shoot quickly and offer impressive video options.

on techhive.com

The New iPad, Mobile World Congress Recap, and Windows 8 Consumer Preview on PCWorld Podcast #133

The third-generation iPad with Retina display is here, plus we wrap up the cool announces at Mobile World and talk about life with Microsoft's downloadable Windows 8 Consumer Preview.

How Lytro Can Realize Its Full Potential

Lytro's first light-field camera is capable of amazing things, but in its current state it comes up short of revolutionizing photography. Here are six things that could make the next Lytro device the only compact camera you'd ever need.

on techhive.com

Sony Focuses on Long Zoom, Low Light, and Fast AF With Nine New Cameras

With seven Cyber-shot cameras that offer optical-zoom ranges of 10X and greater, Sony has its sights set on the megazoom market in 2012.

on techhive.com

HDTVs Get More Interesting

This year, 3D is taking a backseat. Upcoming developments in television are more varied, and offer a lot more mainstream appeal.

on techhive.com

Olympus OM-D E-M5: A Mirrorless Camera Built to Compete With DSLRs

Olympus's new Micro Four-Thirds camera is based on a wish list from photographers in Japan, and the result is an interchangeable-lens model that shoots quickly, withstands water, and boasts outstanding maneuvers in the dark.

on techhive.com

Pentax Adds CMOS Sensors to LED-Equipped Rugged Cameras

The Pentax Optio WG-2 GPS and WG-2 have new low-light-optimized CMOS sensors and 1080p video capabilities to go along with their front-facing LED lamps.

on techhive.com

Canon Joins the Wi-Fi and 20X-Zoom Fray With New PowerShot Cameras

The 20X-optical-zoom PowerShot SX260 HS, ruggedized PowerShot D20, and two new Wi-Fi-enabled compact cameras headline the latest round of Canon point-and-shoot announcements.

on techhive.com