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How to shoot a city at night with a compact camera: Antonio Olmos gives his 5 festive photography tips

How to shoot a city at night with a compact camera: Antonio Olmos gives his 5 festive photography tips

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Renowned documentary photographer Antonio Olmos has a reputation for taking pictures of everyday life around the world, including in Afghanistan, Angola, Palestine and Nicaragua. And recently he has been touring the globe with a Sony Cyber-shot RX100... >>

You don't need a selfie stick when you can use the Zano nano drone instead

You don't need a selfie stick when you can use the Zano nano drone instead

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We've all seen them: happy-go-lucky tourists, with a pole in one hand and a smartphone attached to the end, stretching their arm out just take a selfie of themselves standing in front of a monument or a building or maybe event a plate of food.While a... >>

Panasonic Lumix TZ60 vs Canon PowerShot SX700 HS: What's the difference?

Panasonic Lumix TZ60 vs Canon PowerShot SX700 HS: What's the difference?

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For when your smartphone camera isn't enough you'll want a do-it-all compact camera with a significant zoom. Here we pitch two of our favourites head to head: the Panasonic Lumix TZ60 and the Canon PowerShot SX700 HS.Both models pack in a 30x optical... >>

Fujifilm X100T review: Naughty but niche
4.0 stars

Fujifilm X100T review: Naughty but niche

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It only takes one glance at the Fujifilm X100T to know it's a special little camera. Or, perhaps more to the point, a specialist camera. The retro design, physical control dials, fixed 35mm f/2.0 (equivalent) lens, and a hybrid viewfinder make that pretty... >>

GoPro might debut a drone with a high-definition camera as soon as next year

GoPro might debut a drone with a high-definition camera as soon as next year

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GoPro is planning to step outside of the action camera market and into the high-flying world of drones, it's claimed.The Wall Street Journal has reported that GoPro is currently making consumer drones, in an attempt to expand its core business. Described... >>

Art portraits turned into smartphone selfies, the photo gallery

Art portraits turned into smartphone selfies, the photo gallery

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The art of the selfie has become as common as any traditional photo, but it's still not a true art form. At least it wasn't until one clever person decided to reimagine classic portrait art from a selfie perspective.Danish designer Olivia Muus had the... >>

Sony Alpha A7 II is first full-frame camera to bring 5-axis optical image stabilisation

Sony Alpha A7 II is first full-frame camera to bring 5-axis optical image stabilisation

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Sony has announced its latest Alpha A7 II interchangeable lens compact system camera with full-frame sensor smarts. And it has a world first: it's the first camera with a sensor of this size to feature a 5-axis image stabilisation system (OIS).But this... >>

Prynt is a smartphone printer case that also turns your hard-copy photos into videos

Prynt is a smartphone printer case that also turns your hard-copy photos into videos

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A startup called Prynt has made a case for smartphones that can print photos from the case itself...and then some.After presenting at HAXLR8R Demo Day, Prynt showed of prototype of its Prynt case to TechCrunch. It revealed the case has a built-in printer... >>

Asus Zenfone Photo Challenge winners announced: Celebrities lose out to Big Ben

Asus Zenfone Photo Challenge winners announced: Celebrities lose out to Big Ben

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The people have voted. We can now reveal the winners of the Asus Zenfone Photography competition in association with Pocket-lint. The photographs were judged by ASUS, LCC, @London and voted for by readers via the website hosted on Pocket-lint.The winners... >>

Samsung Project Beyond announced, a camera that snaps 360-degree views and in 3D

Samsung Project Beyond announced, a camera that snaps 360-degree views and in 3D

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Samsung's working on a new product for Gear VR. It's a camera that looks like a robot vacuum mounted to a tripod.During its second annual developers conference in San Francisco, Samsung announced Project Beyond, a camera that not only captures 360-degree... >>

Vote now in the ZenFone Photography Challenge and you could win a ZenFone 5!

Vote now in the ZenFone Photography Challenge and you could win a ZenFone 5!

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Pocket-lint has teamed up with the Asus and the London College of Communication for the ZenFone Photography Challenge, and we've got some handsets to give away.Over 80 students on the BA (Hon) Photography course at the London college were given the Asus... >>

Canon EOS 7D Mark II review: King of quality
5.0 stars

Canon EOS 7D Mark II review: King of quality

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To pinch the well-known slogan: good things come to those who wait. And wait we have. For the Canon EOS 7D Mark II is a DSLR that has shunned the typically frequent product cycle, instead taking five whole years to calculate its position in the market.It... >>

You won't believe these photos came from a camera you can fit in your pocket

You won't believe these photos came from a camera you can fit in your pocket

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This weekend was the Mexican festival, the Day of the Dead. Sony sent documentary photographer Antonio Olmos out there to capture the event on its latest Sony Cyber-shot RX100 III camera - a snapper so small it'll sit in your pocket.The results are very... >>

Kodak PixPro SP360 action cam lets you shoot 360-degree views, now available

Kodak PixPro SP360 action cam lets you shoot 360-degree views, now available

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J.K. Imaging, a licensee of the Kodak PixPro camera brand, is finally shipping the SP360 360-degree digital action camera that it unveiled earlier this year.Pocket-lint had hands-on time with a concept version of the camera in March 2014, and at that... >>

Fujifilm X30 review: Bigger and better, but beleaguered
4.5 stars

Fujifilm X30 review: Bigger and better, but beleaguered

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It's been a strong year for high-end compact cameras, with well-established manufacturers honing their craft and new additions also appearing. It's made for a bustling market, but one that also makes that purchase decision all the harder.The Fujifilm... >>

Nikon D750 review: Tilt-angle tricks
4.5 stars

Nikon D750 review: Tilt-angle tricks

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The camera market is changing and the Nikon D750 is the epitome of that. A full-frame DSLR with a tilt-angle screen? People wouldn't have even considered that not so many years ago because the technology just wasn't nearly up to it.So why now? The proliferation... >>

Panasonic Lumix LX100 review: High-end highs and lows
4.5 stars

Panasonic Lumix LX100 review: High-end highs and lows

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When we first saw the Panasonic Lumix LX100 we were impressed that the company had finally squeezed a large-size Micro Four Thirds sensor into a compact camera. It's the exact thing photo enthusiasts have been calling on for years now; a nod to high-end... >>

Pet perspective: The best animal actioncam videos

Pet perspective: The best animal actioncam videos

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We've all seen the amazing actioncam footage of surfers or base jumpers, but what about from the point of view of man's best friend, or a bird?In what appears to be a growing trend, companies like GoPro are launching dedicated accessories to attach your... >>

22 amazing Autographer photos that show why wearing a camera is cool

22 amazing Autographer photos that show why wearing a camera is cool

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Wearable still cameras have been overshadowed by the GoPros and Sony Action Cams of this world, but there is good reason to hope that they will become more mass market soon. In the right hands or, more accurately around the right necks, they can capture... >>

Lomography Lomo'Instant hands-on: Instant film camera gets retro makeover

Lomography Lomo'Instant hands-on: Instant film camera gets retro makeover

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After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the first batch of Lomography Lomo'Instant cameras have arrived in the UK and Pocket-lint was on hand at the company's store in London's Carnaby Street district to have a play.The camera, which is fairly large,... >>

Canon PowerShot G7 X review
4.5 stars

Canon PowerShot G7 X review

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The rise of the high-end compact camera has been gathering pace, with oodles of models well worth a look in 2014. Despite already offering plenty of quality products, it's taken Canon a little longer to get into the groove and deliver a large-sensor yet... >>

These accessories reveal the Re camera lifestyle HTC wants you to have

These accessories reveal the Re camera lifestyle HTC wants you to have

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HTC unveiled a camera at the Double Exposure event in New York. A camera, it says, that rethinks things.Called Re, this connected, highly portable, device will be a companion to your smartphone, looking to capture your life in pictures and video unobtrusively. Jason... >>

Ricoh WG series adds waterproof WG-30 and WG-30W digital compacts

Ricoh WG series adds waterproof WG-30 and WG-30W digital compacts

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If you've always wanted to shoot underwater photography, you now have more camera options available to you. Ricoh has introduced two new compact digital cameras for its WG series, and they're called the WG-30 and WG-30W.Not only are the new cameras ideal... >>

HTC Re camera: Previewing the new connected camera

HTC Re camera: Previewing the new connected camera

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HTC has announced the Re camera at its Double Exposure event in New York, expanding its offering beyond the smartphones the company is known for.It's a standalone camera, although you need your Android or iOS device running the Re app to get to the full... >>

Watch the HTC's Desire Eye event live stream here (video)

Watch the HTC's Desire Eye event live stream here (video)

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Excited about HTC's new camera focused announcements? Bitting your nails as to what the company will announce at its Double exposure event in New York City? We've got you covered, not only with the chance to watch the live stream here on Pocket-lint,... >>

Adobe Max 2014: These are the free iPhone and iPad apps that will change the way you work

Adobe Max 2014: These are the free iPhone and iPad apps that will change the way you work

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As part of its opening keynote for its developer and creative conference, Adobe will be announcing a more integrated desktop and mobile strategy, which centres around several new iPhone and iPad applications and some rebranded old favourites.At Adobe... >>

Watch stunning drone's-eye videos of an erupting volcano in Iceland

Watch stunning drone's-eye videos of an erupting volcano in Iceland

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Have you ever wondered what it looks like inside of an active volcano?You're not alone, if you have. Eric Cheng, director of aerial imaging at drone manufacturer DJI Innovations, has apparently thought about it as well, because he recently went to Iceland... >>

Epson EcoTank printers promise to last 2 years before needing an ink change

Epson EcoTank printers promise to last 2 years before needing an ink change

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Epson has announced a new range of EcoTank printers which it claims will go a full 2 years before the ink needs to be changed.Of course claiming 2 years is tough as it all depends on how much a person uses the printer. But it's a bold claim that certainly... >>

See in the dark using your iPhone with Seek Thermal imaging

See in the dark using your iPhone with Seek Thermal imaging

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Thermal imaging was once a treat reserved for those in the military, or perhaps the odd rich paintball fan. Now it's becoming affordable on the iPhone thanks to Seek Thermal.The hardware add-on allows you to turn any iPhone into a thermal imaging camera.... >>

Ever wondered what the inside of an active volcano was like? GoPro Hero4 video gets it in 4K clarity

Ever wondered what the inside of an active volcano was like? GoPro Hero4 video gets it in 4K clarity

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The new GoPro Hero4 range has arrived bringing with it 4K video that runs at 30 frames per second, so it's actually useable this time. The first video released by GoPro, shot entirely on a GoPro Hero4 in 4K, is a stunner.Shot all over the world the video... >>

GoPro Hero4 preview: Filming Danny MacAskill with the new Hero4 Black and Hero4 Silver action cameras

GoPro Hero4 preview: Filming Danny MacAskill with the new Hero4 Black and Hero4 Silver action cameras

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As we press the big red and black record button of the new GoPro Hero4, Danny MacAskill, pro trials and stunt cyclist, leaps into action jumping onto a picnic bench in a pub garden before launching himself through the air onto a large concrete pipe. He... >>

GoPro Hero4 Silver Edition vs GoPro HD Hero3+ Silver Edition: What's the difference?

GoPro Hero4 Silver Edition vs GoPro HD Hero3+ Silver Edition: What's the difference?

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GoPro hasn't just updated the GoPro HD Hero3+ Black Edition. It also gave the GoPro HD Hero3+ Silver Edition a major upgrade.Everyone from daredevils to sports athletes use GoPro's devices in order to capture the most extreme and action-packed footage.... >>

GoPro has three new Hero4 cameras: Here's how to tell them apart

GoPro has three new Hero4 cameras: Here's how to tell them apart

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GoPro has announced three new GoPro cameras dubbed the GoPro Hero4 Black, the GoPro Hero4 Silver, and the GoPro Hero. Designed for action fans across the globe whether they are jumping out of a spaceship or merely catching a wave, the cameras all look... >>

GoPro Hero4 Black Edition vs GoPro HD Hero3+ Black Edition: What's the difference?

GoPro Hero4 Black Edition vs GoPro HD Hero3+ Black Edition: What's the difference?

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GoPro is king when it comes to action cameras. Those little silver boxes are being put to use by daredevils and extreme sports athletes in places where normal video cameras just wouldn't survive. Capable of shooting high-quality, ultra wide-angle footage,... >>

HTC teases an action camera: Here's what it has to beat

HTC teases an action camera: Here's what it has to beat

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HTC is developing an action camera, or at least that is what the company seems to tease through a newly-published website and video.The take-home message is that HTC might unveil a GoPro-rival product on 8 October, the very same day it has scheduled a... >>

Pentax K-S1: Built-in LED light displays distract from some interesting tech (hands-on)

Pentax K-S1: Built-in LED light displays distract from some interesting tech (hands-on)

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Pentax isn't one for the norm. In addition to its multi-colour DSLR cameras, the company was also showing off its latest K-S1 DSLR at Photokina - a camera that has coloured light indicator lamps said to guide operations. We thought the fade-in, fade-out... >>

Sony Alpha A7S review
4.0 stars

Sony Alpha A7S review

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In 2013 the Sony Alpha A7 convinced our team and a panel of tech-savvy judges that it was system camera of the year. Not because it had the most lenses available, was the fastest, nor because there weren't other great new cameras coming out, but because... >>

Olympus interchangeable lens mount for smartphones incoming, 'open platform' camera module revealed

Olympus interchangeable lens mount for smartphones incoming, 'open platform' camera module revealed

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Tucked away in the corner of the Olympus stand at Photokina 2014 was what could be described as a digital box Brownie with a Micro Four Thirds lens mount attached and a smartphone to its side. That's the fun of a show - you never know what you're going... >>

Hands-on: Canon PowerShot SX60 HS superzoom review: Massive zoom is great, but not always super

Hands-on: Canon PowerShot SX60 HS superzoom review: Massive zoom is great, but not always super

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There was a time when superzooms were content with focal lengths maxing out in the triple figure department. No so the Canon PowerShot SX60 HS, an all-in-one complete with a 65x zoom lens (21-1365mm equivalent) that encompasses a versatile range. Wide-angle,... >>

Olympus OM-D E-M1 silver adds updated firmware in addition to spangly exterior (hands-on)

Olympus OM-D E-M1 silver adds updated firmware in addition to spangly exterior (hands-on)

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Olympus held off from releasing any major products at Photokina 2014, but did unveil the OM-D E-M1 in a rather lovely silver finish.The E-M1 is exactly what it sounds like: a silver-colour version of the original black model, but one that also delivers... >>

Hands-on: Leica M Edition 60 is the digital rangefinder camera with no LCD screen. No, really

Hands-on: Leica M Edition 60 is the digital rangefinder camera with no LCD screen. No, really

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Want all the benefits of digital with all the "is it, isn't it?" fun of film? If you have a healthy bank account and a penchant for camera oddities then the Leica M Edition 60 may be just right for you then.Because this gorgeous slice of German engineering,... >>

Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition: Matte finish somehow looks flat and plasticky (hands-on)

Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition: Matte finish somehow looks flat and plasticky (hands-on)

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When we first heard about the Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver Edition we were enthusiastic. After all, the X-T1 was one of our favourite cameras of the year, so when a manufacturer starts talking about a "luxury multilayer coating" what's not to like?Indeed,... >>

Eyefi launches own cloud service to store pictures taken on Mobi SD cards

Eyefi launches own cloud service to store pictures taken on Mobi SD cards

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Eyefi has announced that it will be offering users of its Wi-Fi-enabled SD cards a dedicated photo-centric cloud service where they can instantly store pictures taken on their cameras.Eyefi Cloud is available for smartphone and tablet users who download the... >>

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix CM1 review: Is it a camera, is it a phone? It's a bit of both

Hands-on: Panasonic Lumix CM1 review: Is it a camera, is it a phone? It's a bit of both

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When we first heard the rumour that Panasonic was going back into the phone business we didn't think it could be true. But, sure enough, at Photokina 2014 the Panasonic Lumix CM1 appeared.Thing is, the CM1 isn't a phone. The clues are in the above sentence:... >>

Canon Cross Media station teased as a new way to transfer, save, and share photos wirelessly

Canon Cross Media station teased as a new way to transfer, save, and share photos wirelessly

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Canon is working on something that it described as a "new-concept photo-storage device".Tentatively called the Cross Media Station, the device will chiefly let you save photos and videos captured by cameras. It acts sort of like a hard drive, but it has... >>

Canon EOS 7D Mark II unveiled, new 65-point focus system has a lot to shout about

Canon EOS 7D Mark II unveiled, new 65-point focus system has a lot to shout about

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One of the biggest deals in Canon's DSLR lineup just got a re-work: the EOS 7D Mark II is official, as announced on stage at Canon's Photokina 2014 press conference. This is the DSLR to revamp the already excellent original 7D model with a host of new... >>