Canon Built An Image Sensor That Sees In the Dark

The one thing we always wish our cameras did better is take better pictures in low light. It looks like Canon is attacking the problem guns a'blazing, because its new 35mm image sensor spits in the face of darkness. Read More >>

The Coolest Cameras at CES 2013

Camera manufacturers announced so many awesome cameras this fall. We honestly weren't expecting much from them at CES this year. But some big manufacturers delivered the gear anyway. Here are four amazing new shooters that all surprised the megapixels out of us. Read More >>

Canon Powershot N Hands On: What a Cute Little Thing

We spent a short time with the new Canon Powershot N and found that though it's a little different to use because of the square body, it's pretty fun at the same time. As a full-time camera, the cute gimmicky form factor is definitely limiting but as a little secondary camera? Definitely a good time. Read More >>

Canon PowerShot N: The Future of Tiny Cameras Is Eco-Friendly Touchscreen Squares?

The new Canon Powershot N includes a lot of the features that Canon (and other companies) have been adding to tiny point-and-shoots over the years, like Wi-Fi connectivity and touchscreen controls. What makes it new and refreshing—at least aesthetically—is the new design, which is more square. It's noticeably different, but does that make it better? Read More >>

How Long Until High-Res Video Stills Replace Photography Altogether?

A big part of photography is being at the right place at the right time, and of course having your camera ready to capture a fleeting moment. But what if you were able to just capture every single moment? That's what 4K video capable DSLRs like the new Canon EOS-1DC promise, and the folks at Untitled Film Works put one to the test to see if motion image photography is officially here yet. Read More >>

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Canon EOS 6D Review: Beautiful Full-Frame Stills, Crummy Full-Frame Video

The full-frame sensor, usually reserved for only top-of-the-line DSLR cameras, represents the finest standard of DSLR picture-grabbin.' It doesn't come cheap. But Canon fit a full-frame sensor into its new 6D—and offered camera buyers a pro-level detail at a price tag we've never seen before. Does it make the 6D worth buying? Read More >>

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This Is What Happens When a Lion Steals Your Camera

We all worry from time to time about having our tech stolen. But when Ed Hetherington travelled to Zimbabwe for a wildlife photography adventure, he probably didn't expect to have his camera snatched by a lion. Read More >>

An Xbox 250GB, Halo 4 and Xbox Live For Just £150 Is Your Scorching-Hot Deal of the Day

Here's an Xbox 360 deal that is so astounding that it made us convulse like electrocuted foxes and cry actual tears of snake blood when we saw it. Read More >>

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Canon G15 Review: Fast Lens, Small Sensor — What Gives?

Canon's "G" line of cameras have always appealed to point-and-shooters looking for more of a pro experience. The new G15 has some great details — is it a £330 camera worth considering? Read More >>

Canon S110 Review: The Best Camera You Can Fit in Your Pocket

The Canon S110 is the most refined little pocket camera Canon has ever made. The core design of the S110 remains unchanged from previous iterations. But with a little streamlining and some key new features, it's inched one step closer to perfection. Are you looking for the highest quality possible in a small point-and-shoot? Check out your new camera. Read More >>

Watching This Polar Bear Smash a £1,500 Camera Lens Is Surprisingly Cute

This polar bear is probably a really big Nikon fan that just loves to destroy expensive things because he was caught chomping, throwing and smashing a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8 IS telephoto lens. It's pretty hilarious to see a giant polar bear play around with a camera lens, it looks like he tries to smoke it, drink it, eat it and even flick it. Read More >>

Today's Smartphone Cameras Are Already Better Than Point-and-Shoot Cameras from 5 Years Ago

The saying is that the best camera is the one that's with you and that's more than often your phone. But phone cameras are getting so good that they may eventually just became the best camera period (DSLRs notwithstanding). And it might be sooner than you think. Already, phone cameras are better than a 5-year-old compact camera. Read More >>

An Action-Packed Bond Double-Pack Blu-Ray Is Your "Shaken Not Stirred" Deal of The Day

Bond is back! Soon. Yes, it’s almost time for the new 007 movie to be spewed on to cinema screens around the world. It’s called Skyfall, but we’re pronouncing it ‘Skiffle’ – and we’re certain that you won’t be able to resist doing the same now that you’ve read that. Read More >>

Canon PowerShot S110: A Hot Touchscreen Is Exactly What Canon's Best Point-and-Shoot Needed

For years we've bee raving about Canon's S-series PowerShot cameras. They're fantastic, versatile pocket cameras. Well the PowerShot S110 is the upgrade to last year's pretty darn great S100—now it's got new capacitive touchscreen controls and Wi-Fi connectivity. Read More >>

Canon EOS 6D: The Cheapest Full-Frame DSLR Ever

At just £1,799 for the body, the Canon EOS 6D it's the cheapest full-frame camera you can buy new. It's got one hell of a lineage, but how will it measure up to Nikon's crazy new D600, which costs just a smidgen more? Read More >>

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Canon 650D (T4i) Review: The Best Budget DSLR Is Kind of a Bummer

More than two years ago, the Canon 550D aka the T2i set the standard for beginner DSLRs. The camera proved, for £700-odd, that you could get beautiful photos and slick HD video. It was incredibly popular, as was Canon's 2011 follow-up, the 600D (T3i). Read More >>


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