Don't-Miss Camera Stories
The 20X-optical-zoom PowerShot SX260 HS pocket megazoom does a lot of things--and it does many of them well, thanks to very good image quality, great creative modes, and manual exposure controls.
The Lumix ZS20 is a top-tier travel camera, thanks to a far-reaching zoom lens, built-in GPS with mapping, extensive shooting options, and good (but not great) image and video quality.
Sony's latest interchangeable-lens cameras offer a lot of unique features for $600 as a kit, including fast burst shooting, manual video controls, and impressive in-camera AI.
The Samsung WB150F is one of the first Wi-Fi-enabled cameras we've seen to offer impressive specs outside of its wireless tricks. However, it may not go far enough into manual-control territory to please seasoned shooters.
Your next smartphone also wants to be your next point-and-shoot camera. We tested seven of the hottest smartphones available right now to see which took the best still images and video.
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.
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.
Tely’s new videoconferencing system packs a high-def camera and Skype support into a cylinder that perches on top of your TV, enabling family-friendly, PC-free video conferencing on a big screen.
From $6000 full-frame DSLRs to Wi-Fi-enabled pocket camcorders, here are the most interesting digital-imaging devices announced at the show.
Fujifilm announced a complete overhaul of its fixed-lens lineup for CES 2012, including 20X-zoom pocket cameras, ruggedized models, and a premium X-series megazoom.
From the Flip to Google Health, these tech losers showed promise--just not enough to keep them alive.