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Introducing TechHive's Digital Photography Superguide

TechHive's editors are proud to present the fifth edition of our Digital Photography Superguide. Whether you're a pro or someone looking to learn great photo basics, this book can help you get what you need.

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Canon develops CMOS sensor that captures video in low light

Camera manufacturer Canon has developed a large sensor chip for shooting full-frame video in extremely dim conditions.

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Toshiba demos 'Lytro chip,' converts phones to light-field cameras

The modules, which could be in phones next year, can accurately calculate depth and change focus points after photos are shot.

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Samsung promises more affordable Galaxy Camera with just Wi-Fi

If you've been interested in Samsung's Galaxy Camera, but don't want to deal with a monthly data plan, Samsung is promising offer a Wi-Fi alternative.

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Panasonic improves color capture by digital cameras

Panasonic has developed a new way to drastically increase the color and light sensitivity of digital cameras including those used in smartphones.

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Nikon's new long-zoom and rugged cameras add Wi-Fi

Connected cameras are a growing trend, and Nikon is adding Wi-Fi features to a number of new Coolpix models announced today.

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Nokia PureView to lead camera-phone tech, but where's everyone else?

According to The Verge, Nokia's next Windows Phone may have a 41-megapixel sensor to help with digital zoom.

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Picture this: Cars with cameras, projectors, and 3D safety tech

This isn’t your SUV’s rear backup camera. At the Detroit Auto Show, we’ve seen everything from traffic-monitoring systems to cars that double as displays.

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Gadget overload begins: Best of CES 2013 so far

We patrolled the press conferences to find the best gear and gadgets that could be seen in Las Vegas before the CES 2013 show floor opens. Here's what we found.

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Sony's new camcorders get steadier, and standard-def models are dead

Sony's new camcorders get steadier; some are able to be used as a pass-through projections for HDMI connected devices.

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