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TechHive: Scouting Report on Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 Digital Camera

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Usually, a compact camera like the DSC-RX100 presents compromises when it comes to image quality and performance, but the RX100 looks like it will excel in both those areas.

TechHive: How to Download Your Photos From Popular Sharing Sites

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This guide will cover batch-downloading images from Facebook, Google+, Flickr, Instagram, Picasa Web Albums, SmugMug, Photobucket, Shutterfly, and Snapfish.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100: Possibly the Best Pocket Camera of All Time

With a much larger sensor than its compact competitors, an F1.8 lens, 1080p/60-fps video capture with manual controls, and Sony's interesting in-camera modes, the pocketable Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 is a beast. But it'll cost you.

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Canon PowerShot SX260 HS Review: Another Top-Notch Canon Pocket Zoom

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.

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Use the Aperture to Control the Background in a Photo

Your camera's aperture setting gives you creative control over the look and feel of your photos--learn how to use it properly.

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Photo Contest: Hot Pics for May

Subscribers to Dave Johnson's Digital Focus newsletter took these award-winning shots.

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Scanning Negatives, Shooting the Moon, Fixing the Colors in a Photo

Dave answers questions about white balance, shooting action photos, scanning old negatives, and more.

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Flash and Lighting Tips From the Pros

Flash photos don't have to be harshly lit--here's what you need to know to get better photos when using your camera's flash.

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Snap Concert Pics, Even Away from the Show

YouTube's Frontrow camera app lets you play director by zooming in and out to change views, applying filters, taking photos during the live video stream, and sharing those images via social networks.

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You May Like Facebook Camera, But You'll Still Love Instagram

You may Like (or un-Like) Facebook Camera, but here's why Instagram should still have a place in your heart.

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