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.
Pop a microSDHC card up to 32GB into this adapter, stick it in your camera, and you'll be able to use a smartphone, tablet, or computer to wirelessly view and transfer your shots.
As long as you respect its limitations and keep the camera steady, the Polaroid XS100i is a good easy-to-use budget-friendly option for dabbling in hands-free video.
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.
Want to use an iPad to wirelessly control your dSLR or send shots straight to your smartphone for easy sharing on the go? Here's what you need to give you and your camera some freedom from wires.
A few of the security cameras we've reviewed have come close to perfection, but we still think there's room for improvement.
Browse our list of reviewed cameras to see if do-it-yourself home security is right for you.
Check out the UK prices for Nikon's new compact Coolpix cameras, including the S6800 and S5300 with built-in Wi-Fi.
Though there's nothing extraordinary about it, the SX600 HS is a solid choice for snapshooters wanting a simple step-up from a smartphone without sacrificing on-the-go sharing.
At this year's show, we learned that wearables aren't just for fitness and phones, action cams are plentiful, and camera lineups are thinning out, and that's probably for the better.