The bi-annual camera conference arrives in Cologne, Germany. CNET brings you all the latest news.
Now VueZone users can get a camera that can see in darkness.
The ready-to-fly camera-carrying quadcopter can now be controlled from more than 2,000 feet away, while a new three-axis gimbal keeps your shots nice and steady.
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The Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 delivers the app and connectivity options of your smartphone, but with the shooting flexibility of a long zoom lens.
Belkin's NetCam HD+ is a fantastic option for budget-minded DIY security enthusiasts, but you'll need to pay the monthly fee to get the most from this entry-level IP camera.
For less than $35, this SD-card-size adapter lets you connect mobile devices and computers to your camera for wireless viewing and transferring of pictures and videos.
The Samsung Smart Camera WB350F is a good package if you want to add an affordable long-zoom point-and-shoot to supplement your smartphone photography.
The Project Ray operating system can turn a modest Android phone like the Huawei Vision into a device for the seeing-impaired. Get CNET's first impressions of the reenvisioned smartphone here.
Due out in November, the new iCamera Keep will work with existing systems or on its own, and features built-in motion and sound sensors, HD quality video, and night vision.
The Arcsoft Simplicam takes on popular Wi-Fi cameras like the Dropcam Pro with its multiple alert options and low cloud storage fees, but a couple of glitches could keep it from greatness.
Outside of its relatively high cost of ownership and average point-and-shoot picture quality, the Samsung Galaxy Camera definitely delivers the shoot-and-share experience of a smartphone with the features of a compact camera.