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HTC claims that the imaging chip on its new trio of HTC One phones will allow the camera to take shots at 0.7 second. I didn't time it, but I will say this: it's FAST.
MIT researchers concoct a camera that captures so many frames per second it can track the movement of photons. Photons! And it could even help you take better pictures, eventually.
Learn how to solve some common photography problems that beginners often come across.
We tour the French capital to see how the new phone's raw-shooting camera fares in a variety of conditions -- and how it compares to the Galaxy S6 Edge and iPhone 6.
With a few simple tips, sharp photos from your smartphone are within easy reach.
If you're braving the frigid Arctic weather to see the aurora borealis, make sure you have the correct camera settings right to avoid fumbling around in the dark and cold.
Tired of wobble in your aerial video? These lightweight ND and polarized filters might just do the trick.
Learn how to set up your kit just right and use slow shutter speeds to take surreal long exposure photographs.
Planning a trip away this year? Our guide to camera gear will help you capture some glorious shots.
Going somewhere nice? Make sure you read our guide for the best tips on how to come back with gorgeous pictures.