Your iPad or Android tablet can be used as an instant photographic light. CNET's Lexy Savvides shows you how to use a tablet for light painting, as a creative backdrop and as a softbox.
The HDR-AZ1 delivers great video in a lightweight splashproof body that you can mount places other cameras can't go.
Got a tablet? Turn it into a DIY photo light for illuminating portraits, macro shots and dreamy light paintings.
The sci-fi-looking camera can capture panoramic photos in a single shot as well as video that can be endlessly manipulated with your fingertips on your iOS or Android device.
With excellent video quality, a long list of video, still and time-lapse options and a built-in touchscreen, the Hero4 Silver is the GoPro we'd pick to shoot with.
With some excellent video performance and an equally good feature set, the penultimate GoPro gets CNET's editors' choice award.
Some Android handsets have the capability to act as an infrared remote for a dSLR. CNET's Lexy Savvides shows you how to get started.
Some Android handsets can act as an infrared remote for a dSLR. Here's how to get started.
Here are five household items you can use as do-it-yourself lens filters to add a different look and feel to photos.
Have some DIY fun with these lens filters made from items found around the house.
Learn how to use a wine glass, cellophane and cling film for fun and unexpected photographic results.
This full-frame camera costs a little more, but it's worth it.
MacBook Pro running slow?
Speed up your MacBook by adding more RAM with these quick and easy steps.