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Amazon now sells a DeepLens AI camera, but it's not for everyone
Amazon now sells a DeepLens AI camera, but it's not for everyone By Maggie Tillman

Amazon has a new device: a deep-learning AI camera called DeepLens. The company is now shipping the $250 camera, but this is a device primarily for developers. You see, it unveiled DeepLens in November as a way to help developers create AI image recognition... Read more

35 breath-taking images from the International Space Station
35 breath-taking images from the International Space Station By Adrian Willings

Space is an incredible place, not just for the breathtaking views from new angles, but no doubt for the sheer feeling of insignificance the visions of our universe must give for astronauts lucky enough to blast off up and out of the atmosphere. The International... Read more

Then and now: A photographic vision of the past
Then and now: A photographic vision of the past By Adrian Willings

As the years pass by, places and landscapes change, sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse. Over the decades, endless photos have been snapped from around our world. A small collection of history and photography buffs have sifted through these... Read more

Sony RX100 VI with 24-200mm lens will launch in July for £1,150
Sony RX100 VI with 24-200mm lens will launch in July for £1,150 By Maggie Tillman

Sony has updated its six-year-old series of RX100 cameras.The latest addition to the compact camera series is the RX100 VI, naturally, and it most notably comes with a new 24-200mm lens, which means the camera has the highest focal length lens within... Read more

PanoClip camera for iPhone lets you shoot 360-degree and "tiny planet" photos for just $49.99
PanoClip camera for iPhone lets you shoot 360-degree and "tiny planet" photos for just $49.99 By Rik Henderson

PanoClip is a new clip-on camera for iPhone that turns your phone into a 360-degree camera.In addition, you can shoot "tiny planet" style shots that effectively turn a 360-degree image into a round picture fitted in a square or rectangular frame.Traditional,... Read more

How to become an Instagram sensation without ever leaving the house
How to become an Instagram sensation without ever leaving the house By Adrian Willings

If you're an Instagram user, then you've probably seen holiday snaps in your feed and come across Instagram travellers showing off the wonderful sights you've never seen from all around the world. If you can't afford a holiday, can't get the time off... Read more

Incredible photos that flip your perspective of the world
Incredible photos that flip your perspective of the world By Adrian Willings

Instagram is awash with photographers who are obsessed with using depth of field techniques to create incredible shots and astound the eye. Throw in a few refractions, reflections and real-world locations and you've got a perfect mix to create some great... Read more

Fujifilm X-T100 combines powerful photo skills and retro looks in an affordable package
Fujifilm X-T100 combines powerful photo skills and retro looks in an affordable package By Max Langridge

Fujifilm has announced the X-T100 as the latest addition to its ever-growing X-series of mirrorless cameras, combining retro looks and a lightweight body, with a high-quality image sensor and some trickle-down technology from its flagship siblings, it... Read more

Incredible photographer tricks the eye without Photoshop
Incredible photographer tricks the eye without Photoshop By Adrian Willings

Some artists use a camera to create their works of art by simply capturing the world around them. Others use Photoshop to masterfully manipulate photos to transform an image into something new. Others still, use photographic wizardry to create images... Read more

18 incredible images of our world snapped from space
18 incredible images of our world snapped from space By Adrian Willings

Sometimes the world can be a much more revealing place if you take the time to see things from different angle. These incredible angled images captured by Planet Labs SkySat satellites reveal the world from 280 miles up, showing off the contours of our... Read more

Fujifilm's Instax SQ6 camera turns you into a walking Instagram feed
Fujifilm's Instax SQ6 camera turns you into a walking Instagram feed By Max Langridge

Fujifilm has announced the launch of the Instax Square SQ6 camera, the world's first square format analogue Instax camera.  Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 combines instant photo printing with a digital image sensor The Instax SQ6 prints out instant 1:1,... Read more

Panasonic Lumix FT7 is a go-anywhere, do-it-all compact digital camera
Panasonic Lumix FT7 is a go-anywhere, do-it-all compact digital camera By Max Langridge

Panasonic has announced the launch of the Lumix FT7 tough digital camera, which boasts an impressive feature set that allows it to be taken virtually anywhere.  Best compact cameras 2018: The best point and-shoot-cameras available to buy today The FT7... Read more

Lost and Found - The missing NYC Parks Photos
Lost and Found - The missing NYC Parks Photos By Max Langridge

40 years ago, several New York City newspapers went on a three-month strike, including the New York Times. Sensing an opportunity to document life in the City's parks, then-Commissioner Gordon Davis recruited eight photographers from the New York Times... Read more

Photo editing made easy: How to remove backgrounds, unwanted objects and edit images in seconds
Photo editing made easy: How to remove backgrounds, unwanted objects and edit images in seconds By Pocket-lint Promotion

Photo editing can be a tricky business. There are plenty of software options out there for people looking to transform their photos, but they're often hard to use and unnecessarily complicated for beginners.  The good news is it doesn't have to be that... Read more

The 24 most expensive photos that sold for millions
The 24 most expensive photos that sold for millions By Max Langridge

Most of us will be aware that paintings can fetch tens, even hundreds of millions of dollars, but digital photos can be just as collectable and demand similar prices at auction.Collectors will even pay big bucks to own a piece of a photograph: in February... Read more

The best GoPro 2018: Which GoPro should you buy today?
The best GoPro 2018: Which GoPro should you buy today? By Cam Bunton

When it comes to the best action camera, GoPro is pretty much the only company to in this day and age. It's still the best all-round experience for both professional video makers and the average consumer. GoPro offers an array of accessories, from small... Read more

Entry-level GoPro Hero could be all the action-cam you ever need
Entry-level GoPro Hero could be all the action-cam you ever need By Max Langridge

GoPro CEO Nick Woodman has previously promised a new entry-level camera would arrive in 2018, and backed up those claims at CES 2018.  Best GoPro: Which GoPro should you choose? Today, we're seeing his promise ring true, as GoPro has announced the Hero.... Read more

GoPro's camera tech might power future robots and self-driving cars
GoPro's camera tech might power future robots and self-driving cars By Elyse Betters

GoPro has embraced a new way to grow its bottom line: licensing deals.The action camera maker has entered into a new licensing partnership with Jabil, a manufacturing services company. The idea is that Jabil will use GoPro's design and intellectual property... Read more

Meet the Photoshop artist you'd want to be trolled by
Meet the Photoshop artist you'd want to be trolled by By Adrian Willings

We all have our flaws and features of our body that we'd love a professional to edit out of our photos. Or maybe the perfect selfie that's been ruined by a photo-bombing pet or random stranger in the background. A skilled Photoshopper might be able to... Read more

Light L16: This 16-in-1 camera is a real product you can buy. No, really.
Light L16: This 16-in-1 camera is a real product you can buy. No, really. By Mike Lowe

Don't fret, your eyes haven't crossed; you're not looking at a Photoshopped image of a smartphone from the future. Nope, you're looking at the Light L16: a 16-in-one camera that is, well, every bit as barmy as it looks.So what exactly is it? The L16's... Read more

Snow pictures: How to take beautiful photos in the snow
Snow pictures: How to take beautiful photos in the snow By Stuart Miles

The UK is covered in snow, this time thanks to the "Beast from the East" and Storm Emma which many might curse as they have to trudge to work, but it can also present some fun opportunities too, especially for photographers.Trains will be cancelled as... Read more

Sony's new A7 III is a "basic" mirrorless camera that's anything but
Sony's new A7 III is a "basic" mirrorless camera that's anything but By Max Langridge

Sony has announced the A7 III mirrorless cameras as successor to the three-year-old A7 II. It combines some of the best features of the A9 and A7R III into an affordable $2,000 package (body only). Sony A7 II review: Mostly alpha, some beta One of the... Read more

It's about time: Google Clips AI camera is finally available to buy
It's about time: Google Clips AI camera is finally available to buy By Elyse Betters

Do you remember Google's Clips camera?Shortly after announcing the new Home Max and Home Mini speakers, as well as the new Pixel phones last autumn, Google brought out a camera that uses artificial intelligence to capture moments you might otherwise miss.... Read more

Canon EOS 2000D initial review: Asserting DSLR's entry-level place in a smartphone world?
Canon EOS 2000D initial review: Asserting DSLR's entry-level place in a smartphone world? By Mike Lowe

The camera market is more divided than ever before. Hot off the heels of Samsung announcing its new flagship S9 smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2018 - with a dual aperture lens camera unlike anything in a phone before it - Canon, in a sphere all of... Read more

Canon EOS M50 initial review: Hooray for 4K
Canon EOS M50 initial review: Hooray for 4K By Mike Lowe

Since Canon launched its mirrorless camera line-up - known as the EOS M range - we've failed to be too impressed. The EOS M50, however, could be the camera to change that.Why? The M50 is the first time we've seen a number of things in this range: there's... Read more

Canon ups its budget DSLR game, intros EOS 2000D and 4000D
Canon ups its budget DSLR game, intros EOS 2000D and 4000D By Mike Lowe

Looking to entice a new audience into the budget DSLR category, Canon has introduced a pair of entry-level EOS models: the 2000D and 4000D.The 2000D replaces the EOS 1300D, while the 4000D is an entirely new entry designed to include every possible cost-saving... Read more

29 of the most famous alien and monster photographs ever taken
29 of the most famous alien and monster photographs ever taken By Adrian Willings

Since the dawn of time, the human race has seen mystery and intrigue around every corner. Mysterious events have been put down to the supernatural, the paranormal and even the extra-terrestrial.One things for sure, there have been a lot of unexplained... Read more

Incredible award-winning aerial photos from the Skypixel photo contest
Incredible award-winning aerial photos from the Skypixel photo contest By Adrian Willings

Skypixel, in partnership with DJI, has announced the winners of its competition marking "The Best Aerial Photos of 2017". This contest is now the largest and most well-known aerial photography contest in the world and brings a range of breath-taking submissions.These... Read more

Panasonic Lumix GX9 initial review: Compact but powerful
Panasonic Lumix GX9 initial review: Compact but powerful By Chris Hall

The Panasonic Lumix G Series has grown considerably over recent years and with the announcement of the new Lumix GX9, there's now a new compact model for those interested in quality and control.While this camera really updates and replaces the GX8, in... Read more

Fujifilm X-H1 initial review: Does the most advanced X-series live up to its potential?
Fujifilm X-H1 initial review: Does the most advanced X-series live up to its potential? By Mike Lowe

In 2018 it's certainly the turn of mirrorless cameras to really up the pressure being put on DSLR cameras. We've already seen the excellent Panasonic Lumix G9 deliver strong in performance, stills and video. Now Fujifilm wants a piece of the pie, with... Read more

Fujifilm X-H1 vs Panasonic Lumix G9: What’s the difference?
Fujifilm X-H1 vs Panasonic Lumix G9: What’s the difference? By Mike Lowe

It's battle of the mirrorless big guns, with the new Fujifilm X-H1 posing some considerable questions for Panasonic's formidable Lumix G9. If you're looking for a pro-spec interchangeable lens camera, minus the DSLR bulk, which makes best sense for you?Fuji... Read more

Fujifilm X-H1 mirrorless camera marries pro-spec stills and 4K video thrills
Fujifilm X-H1 mirrorless camera marries pro-spec stills and 4K video thrills By Mike Lowe

Looking for a high-performance mirrorless interchangeable lens camera? Fujifilm just unveiled the X-H1, which is gunning to be king of the hill.With a robust build - it's weather-resistant and scratch-resistant - this mirrorless marvel wraps a magnesium... Read more

41 of the most unusual cameras ever made
41 of the most unusual cameras ever made By Adrian Willings

Camera technology has come a long way since the early days of the camera obscura. Manufacturers and inventors have tried and tested a multitude of different camera designs some quirky, some bonkers, some incredibly successful. Over the years, there have... Read more

Panasonic TZ200 extends to 15x optical zoom for all your travel close-ups
Panasonic TZ200 extends to 15x optical zoom for all your travel close-ups By Chris Hall

Panasonic has announced an update to its popular travel camera, resulting in the Lumix TZ200.The new model keeps to this line's style with a compact body, but packing an impressive 15x optical zoom Leica lens onto the front. This lens is 24mm at the wide... Read more

Panasonic Lumix GX9 puts shooting power into a compact body
Panasonic Lumix GX9 puts shooting power into a compact body By Chris Hall

Panasonic has announced the new Lumix GX9, slimming down the 2015 GX8 model for a more compact but powerful interchangeable lens system camera that look more like the GX80 in style.At its heart is a 20.3-megapixel Live MOS sensor without a low-pass filter,... Read more

Olympus Pen E-PL9 initial review: Modest updates for the mirrorless selfie snapper
Olympus Pen E-PL9 initial review: Modest updates for the mirrorless selfie snapper By Timothy Coleman

The entry-level Olympus Pen sees a new update for 2018: the E-PL9, which is aimed at newbies and smartphone users looking to upgrade to a user-friendly mirrorless interchangeable lens camera for the first time.  The E-PL9's pared-down design should... Read more

How to take pictures of the ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’
How to take pictures of the ‘Super Blue Blood Moon’ By Dan Grabham

Tonight sees a big lunar event called the "Super blue blood moon" with three lunar phenomena taking place across the globe. In the UK, the moon is closest to us in its orbit so the moon will be around a third bigger than usual.Landscape and travel photographer... Read more

Fujifilm X-A5 is the company's smallest mirrorless camera to date
Fujifilm X-A5 is the company's smallest mirrorless camera to date By Mike Lowe

We've long harped on about Fujifilm's image quality prowess from its mirrorless X-series cameras. Well, now you can get the utmost quality in the smallest-and-lightest package to date: the X-A5.Fuji's latest interchangeable lens snapper introduces the... Read more

Google starts selling its Clips AI camera on Google Store... sort of
Google starts selling its Clips AI camera on Google Store... sort of By Elyse Betters

Do you remember Google's Clips camera?Right after announcing the new Home Max and Home Mini speakers, as well as the new Pixel phones last autumn, Google brought out a camera that uses artificial intelligence to capture moments you might otherwise miss.... Read more

Fujifilm FinePix XP130 is a compact, rugged, point-and-shoot camera
Fujifilm FinePix XP130 is a compact, rugged, point-and-shoot camera By Max Langridge

Fujifilm has taken the wraps off its latest waterproof, rugged camera, the FinePix 130. It's the successor model to the XP120 and retains many of the outgoing camera's specs, including a 16.4-megapixel image sensor with an f/3.9-4.9 aperture range and... Read more

GoPro Fusion review: The 360-degree camera you've been waiting for
4.0 stars GoPro Fusion review: The 360-degree camera you've been waiting for By Cam Bunton

GoPro has finally launched the Fusion action camera. Like the Hero and Session, it's designed to be strapped to virtually any part of you of your kit - your bike, shoes, car or any number of other objects via accessory mounts. The Fusion is just as much... Read more

Intel's new RealSense cameras add 3D depth-perception to virtually any device
Intel's new RealSense cameras add 3D depth-perception to virtually any device By Max Langridge

Intel has announced a couple of new RealSense cameras as part of its D400 product family. The D415 and D435 are available to order now in the US and are fully plug 'n' play, meaning you simply need to connect them to all manner of devices via USB and... Read more

Hasselblad made a 400-megapixel, €48,000 camera because why not?
Hasselblad made a 400-megapixel, €48,000 camera because why not? By Max Langridge

Swedish camera manufacturer Hasselblad is already known for its expensive but powerful cameras, but its latest takes things to a whole new level. That's because the H6D-400c Multi-Shot camera is capable of taking 400-megapixel photos, giving photographers... Read more

GoPro: 'We will still produce new cameras later this year'
GoPro: 'We will still produce new cameras later this year' By Dan Grabham

GoPro says that it will still produce new “camera and software” products this year and will return to profitability. Pocket-Lint was present at GoPro’s CES 2018 press briefing where the main topic was not product, but instead the current financial... Read more

Panasonic Lumix GH5S initial review: The 4K Cinema pro
Panasonic Lumix GH5S initial review: The 4K Cinema pro By Mike Lowe

Thought the Panasonic Lumix GH5 was the 4K capture king? Think again, for the new GH5S comes with more pro-spec video magic than you can shake a stick at, without the sky-high price point.Designed around the very same body as the GH5, the GH5S only presents... Read more

Amazing Images from a Small World. The winning images from Nikon's photomicrography competition
Amazing Images from a Small World. The winning images from Nikon's photomicrography competition By Max Langridge

Camera manufacturer Nikon has been running the International Small World Competition since 1975. Now in its 42nd year, the competition celebrates the very best in photomicrography. A photomicrograph is a digital image taken through a microscope to magnify... Read more

Sony A9 initial review: Phenomenal speed from the full-frame mirrorless master
Sony A9 initial review: Phenomenal speed from the full-frame mirrorless master By Timothy Coleman

Many DSLR users are either debating whether they should switch to a mirrorless system (it's less so the other way around). That's not been the case so much with professional sports and wildlife photographers because there was no real alternative to a... Read more

Sony A7R III initial review: Giving the Nikon D850 a run for its money
Sony A7R III initial review: Giving the Nikon D850 a run for its money By Timothy Coleman

In the A7R III, Sony has built on the already impressive full-frame Mark II model, by creating a high-resolution and high-speed camera. Think of this Sony as part A7R II and part A9, all rolled into one.It does for mirrorless what the Nikon D850 does... Read more

The best GoPro photos in the world, prepare to lose your breath
The best GoPro photos in the world, prepare to lose your breath By Max Langridge

GoPro has recently released its sixth-generation action camera, the Hero 6 Black.  The company has even released the Fusion, a camera capable of taking 360-degree photos. The Hero 6 Black is the more feature-packed of the two, and can take HDR photos... Read more

Tips for low light photography: Capture every Christmas moment
Tips for low light photography: Capture every Christmas moment By Britta O'Boyle

Christmas tends to be a time of pretty lights and low-lit rooms to take full advantage of those lights, which in turn results in images full of random shadows and colours.To help you out, we have compiled a few tips to give you better photo results when... Read more