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Nikon Mystery Camera Sparks D800 CES Speculation

Is Nikon cooking up a DSLR surprise for the Consumer Electronics Show to sit alongside the recently announced Nikon D4 full-frame DSLR?

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Camera and Camera-Phone Trends to Expect in 2012

Both smartphone cameras and stand-alone cameras will become much more versatile next year, and it should be fun to watch. Here are the major photography trends to expect in 2012.

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CMOS Is Winning the Camera Sensor Battle, and Here's Why

CCD sensors have long been associated with better image quality, but speedy CMOS resides in the majority of today's cameras, from DSLRs to iPhones to Lytro.

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10 Tech Holiday Gifts You Didn't Get, But Wish You Had

From slim smartphones to massive TVs, here's the tech that didn't arrive by reindeer express this year.

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Canon EOS Rebel T2i DSLR, $655

Buy.com has the 18-megapixel Canon EOS Rebel T2i DSLR on sale for only $655, with free shipping.

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How to Buy a Camera Lens

Are you looking to buy a new lens for your digital SLR? Check out our handy guide to help find the one that best meets your needs.

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Sony Unleashes New Interchangeable-Lens Camera Lineup

With nine announcements spanning its Alpha, NEX, and Handycam lineups, Sony is betting big on interchangeable-lens cameras for the 2011 holiday season.

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Sony Alpha A77 Is About to Beat DSLRs at Their Own Game

The translucent-mirror-equipped Sony Alpha A77 supports shooting speeds and focus skills that put DSLRs to shame, making it an exciting newcomer to the camera world.

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5 Accessories to Take With You (and Your Camera) on Vacation

Whether you have a compact point-and-shoot or a digital SLR, here's the gear you need to pack to use your camera safely and intelligently on a trip.

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The Incredible Shrinking Interchangeable-Lens Camera

Since the dawn of the Micro Four-Thirds system in 2008, compact interchangeable-lens cameras have quickly been getting smaller and stronger. Join us on a journey through camera-miniaturization history.

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