Adobe Lightroom has now been updated to version 4.2. Included in the update are bug fixes and small improvements, most notably the addion of support for the Nikon D600.
An unbelievable DSLR at an unbelievable price widely available almost immediately after an announcement? This surely cannot be true. While many waited months for the D800 & 5D mark III and others waited the better part of the year for the D4 and 1DX, this ever important camera is now available after only a few weeks. And at first glance, the results are amazing. Stay tuned for this full review. It will be updated daily with new information, impressions, sample photographs, and results.
Learning Cameras goes over the basics of flash and how to control the amount, power, and cycle time of your flash.
We go hands on for a review of the Yongnuo YN-560 Flash & RF-603 Trigger. Can this inexpensive flash & trigger hold up to our tests and are they worth your money or will they simply become your next door stop.
Canon has just announced a new mirrorless camera system! The EOS-M, a first for Canon, has a large APS-C sensor backed with the latest Digiv V processor for great quality photos and videos, even in low light.
We take a look at the new HP Envy 15 and give a full look at everything good and bad in the current model. We also compare it hands on with the 2011 HP Envy 14 to give a full perspective on what has changed, what is better, and what could be better. Spoiler: it has a great looking screen.
The Canon 5D Mark III details keep pooring in. Check past the break for the latest details.
With Nikons introduction of the D800, I have now begun to wonder if the megapixel race is still on. What will the new focus be for Canon & Nikon's base full frame cameras.
In an interesting move, Canon has brought 3 new lenses to market. While the anticipated 24-70mm f/2.8 II has been talked about for some time, the 24mm f/2.8 IS & 28mm f/2.8 IS were not.
Nikon has just announced an impressive 36MP camera boasting an unbelievable metering system, 51 point AF system, at a relatively low price point of $3,000. Unfortunately for many, the cost of this beastly sensor may be too great a loss.
Nikon has just thrown itself into the ring of mirrorless cameras with the Nikon V1 & J1 complimented by several lenses and other accessories. Both cameras have a 10MP sensor, a bit low for today's standards, 10fps shooting, 1080p video with high speed modes at reduced resolution, and a new high quality AF system.