Don't-Miss Camera Stories
Four new Panasonic point-and-shoots were unveiled today, including the 20X-optical-zoom Lumix ZS20 and the durable Lumix TS4, which is packed with a barometer, an altimeter, and full manual controls.
MicroOLED develops a 5.4-megapixel, 2560 by 2048-pixel resolution 0.61-inch display that could be used in cameras as an electronic-viewfinder.
One of three new Cyber-shot cameras announced today, the waterproof TX200V packs a fast autofocus system and an OLED touchscreen behind a glass faceplate.
Sony shrinks back-illuminated CMOS technology into camera phone-sized sensors that can shoot in low-light and take HDR movies.
What's drawing Eye-Fi's ire is the fact that the SDA has announced a spec called iSDIO that seems mighty similar to the wireless technology synonymous with the Eye-Fi brand name.
Pentax's new 20X pocket megazoom camera has a pair of shutter buttons and tripod mounts, designed for easier operation when the camera is held vertically.
Wi-Fi-card maker Eye-Fi has serious concerns about the SD Association's proposed iSDIO spec, which CEO Yuval Koren says infringes on his company's intellectual property and represents a 'disregard' for the SDA's own processes.
The executive chairman of Lytro--a small company doing big things in the world of photography--discusses the technology behind a light-field sensor, the possibility of licensing its camera tech to phone manufacturers, and the future of sensors.
Sony said Monday it has developed new technology for the tiny imaging chips that power cameras in portable devices, which will allow for clearer photographs...
The Eastman Kodak Company bankruptcy filing highlights a struggle to keep up with a world where smartphones are more handy than point-and-shoot cameras.
A blog post by Eye-Fi CEO Yuval Koren claims that the storage-card standards body has ignored its own processes in announcing a new Wi-Fi-enabled card spec, and that the proposed standard infringes on Eye-Fi's intellectual property.
Photographer Dennis Manarchy builds a 35-foot-long film camera to take 6-foot-tall negatives that eventually become two-story-tall prints.
Struggling Eastman Kodak said Thursday that it and its U.S. subsidiaries have filed for Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to reorganize its business.