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Nikon D90 gets custom paint job

If any of you are savvy with soldering irons, understand electrical components well, and feel like painting your camera a bright shade of pink, this might be a good weekend project.

By June 24, 2010


Panasonic reveals Wi-Fi'd Lumix FX90 camera

The FX90 is a simple ultracompact that can use your smartphone to upload to Facebook and YouTube.

By August 25, 2011


iPhone stays No. 1 in Flickr popularity

Flickr highlights summer trends gleaned from its 7.2 billion uploaded photos, and the iPhone 4 is the most used camera -- again.

By June 27, 2012


Adobe's Lightroom 4 catches up to video revolution

Want a sepia-tone video? The "Sprockets" beta can do it. Also in LR4 are editing refinements and support for geotagging, book printing, and soft proofing.

By January 9, 2012


iPhone 4S camera is superpopular on Flickr after only a month

According to a keen eye from MacRumors, the iPhone 4S, in just over a month after its release, has become the second most popular camera phone on Flickr, trailing only the iPhone 4.

By November 22, 2011


Aussie series Shutterbugs is comedy for photo geeks

A new web series filmed in Melbourne showcases the quirky and often obsessive nature of photographers who are into everything from analog cameras to time-lapse shooting.

By September 22, 2011


Nikon D90

The much-rumored and even more longed-for update to the Nikon D80 has arrived. The Nikon D90 doesn't replace the popular D80, which moves down Nikon's dSLR product line, and unsurprisingly, provides some significant enhancements over that 2-year-old model. Most notably, the D90 is the first digital SLR to support movie capture.

October 10, 2008


iPhone 4 tops Flickr camera stats: A closer look

To nobody's surprise, the iPhone 4 has topped Flickr's popularity charts. The phone fits into people's social lives the way today's ordinary cameras don't.

By June 22, 2011


Photos: Nikon D90

A discussion of the design of the Nikon D90.

7 Images By September 2, 2008


Apple's WWDC photo ops

At WWDC, Apple announced cloud-based photo syncing and new camera-friendly features for the iPhone.

By June 6, 2011