Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg covers high-end audio news and reviews.
Casio's announced two compact cameras that aim to win over novice photographers with a predilection for all things purple
The EX-FR10 is capable of switching from a normal shooting mode to a selfie camera, and even splitting into two for remote shooting.
The budget-friendly Casio Exilim EX-S7 offers a slim design and a better-than-basic feature set, and its photo quality is good for the price, too.
Through the end of 2013, those who bought Photoshop CS3 or later can use Adobe's photo-editing tools for $10 a month, but not everyone is pleased. Also: Lightroom 5.2 ships with new "smoothness" adjustment.
Laurel and Hardy. Abbott and Costello. Cannon and Ball. The latest thin/fat double act is the paring of the Casio Exilim EX-S200 and EX-Z800
Adobe's image editing and cataloging software supports 25 new cameras and addresses image-quality problems on Fujiflm's X-Trans and EXR sensors.
The software for editing and cataloging photos supports raw image formats from 20 new cameras, corrects lens flaws with Leica and other lenses, and supports Apple's high-resolution displays.
Support for high-resolution displays is available when editing photos but not cataloging them. Also: Adobe supports for raw photos from the Canon S110 and a dozen new cameras.
Sony has gold-plated 15 of its mid-range Android handsets for an over the top giveaway.
At CES 2011, Casio announced five point-and-shoot cameras, including the unusual Tryx and the high-power EX-ZR100 compact megazoom.