It might not be the best camera, but if you simply must have the longest zoom lens available for the least amount of money, the P900 wins.
Pop-up flash isn't all bad. Here are three ways for beginners to get better photos from the pop-up before buying an external flash.
Photographers loyal to the Canon brand may now have a higher-resolution option than Nikon customers, but Nikon's scores in DxOMark -- a core part of image quality -- remain well ahead.
We welcome the 16-80mm f2.8-4 lens, but at $1,070 it's sadly out of the reach of a lot of advanced amateurs.
Are you ready to step up to a more sophisticated model, or are you thinking about stepping down to something smaller than a dSLR? These are for you.
Google I/O might have dominated the headlines this week, but CNET's valiant editors still saw a host of stuff cross their desks. Here's some of what struck their fancy.
It's as good as its predecessor the D5300, but one of the few tweaks in the D5500 may not please everyone.
Grizzler the dog may not be Ansel Adams, but he captured some charming photos with a chest-mounted Nikon that takes a picture whenever he's excited.
Other dogs, cats and food figure prominently in photos taken by a dog set up with a Nikon camera triggered by a heart-rate monitor. Squirrel!
The J5 is the most traditional-looking of the Nikon 1 series thus far.
D7100 owners will see few visible differences in the new model.
For everyday action photography, the D7200 promises longer bursts and built-in Wi-Fi.
Light bulbs you shouldn't buy
There are plenty of dimmable LED light bulbs, but make sure you don't buy the ones that flicker when you dial them down.