The new camera has a lot of the same basic specs as the iPhone 5S, but gets some new tech for better photos and video.
Didn't feel like sitting through the two-hour press event? Here's what you missed.
In an interview with CNET, photographer and videographer Dan Chung shares his thoughts on photojournalism, the shrinking industry and the importance of storytelling.
CNET takes the LG G Pro 2's slow-motion (120FPS) and fast-foward recording features out for a spin at a water fountain in San Francisco.
Packing a 13-megapixel shooter on its backside, the G Pro 2 features plenty of photo and video tools to keep you shutterbuggin' along.
A fun, flexible action cam, the iOn Air Pro 3 keeps things simple without sacrificing video or build quality, making it an excellent option for those who just want to go out and shoot -- in or out of the water.
BASE jumpers, snorkelers, and skate punks rejoice: The new models bring smaller size, better battery life, new video modes, and faster Wi-Fi.
Over the weekend, videographers uploaded many slow-motion video clips shot with the iPhone 5S. Crave's Christopher MacManus shares a few amusing -- and cool -- clips that show off the potential of the new slow-mo feature found on Apple's latest smartphone.
Apple's Phil Schiller shows off the new iPhone 5S camera, which uses a larger aperture, larger sensor, and bigger pixels. The new device also sports a new burst mode feature and a 120fps slow-motion camera.
Early iPhone 5S and 5C adopters are eagerly subjecting the smartphones to torture. Do the new iPhones take a licking and keep on ticking?